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Port Moresby
August 8, 2020

Rainforest Expansion at Nature Park

Over 80 rainforest trees were planted in the Port Moresby Nature Park recently.

The Park’s five acres of rainforest is a safe haven for wildlife with the Nature Park’s conservation efforts.

This includes wildlife rescue and rehabilitation services that saves up to 100 animals per year that have been orphaned, injured, or surrendered by concerned citizens from market places or roadsides, or surrendered as unwanted pets.

PNG has the third largest rainforest in the world and it is everyone’s responsibility to recognize that this is their contribution to the world, to be the lungs of the earth.

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