It’s only natural!
A pristine swath of Puerto Rico’s north coast that developers have long coveted is now a nature reserve, ending a bitter and lengthy battle between the government and environmentalists. The new reserve makes up 66 percent of what is known as the Northeast Ecological Corridor, just north of El Yunque rain forest, a popular tourist attraction. The reserve also is considered one of the prime nesting sites for the endangered leatherback turtle.
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