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Parque Nacional Del Este, Dominican Republic

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This national park is situated on the southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic. The park's 190,267 acre intact coastal ecosystem is prime terrestrial and marine habitat that provides nesting sites for four species of turtles: loggerhead, green, hawksbill and leatherback. Funds raised will support ecological monitoring, research and protection for the park. click here to read more




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