Protecting Flora, Fauna and Humans in the Caribbean Biological Corridor

By Maya Bell

Protecting Flora, Fauna and Humans in the Caribbean Biological Corridor

By Maya Bell
A University of Miami anthropologist is working to study and protect the unique native flora and fauna-and the people that depend on these environments-in the Caribbean Biological Corridor, which includes Haiti, Dominican Republic, and Cuba.
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