As part of the actions of the ICC to conserve native fish species from Southern Guatemala, more than three thousand native juvenile breams were released on Friday in the Mudo River, La Gomera, Escuintla.

This activity was carried out with the help of students from the communities El Brito and El Terrero, as well as people from those communities, who released the fish. Reproduction of the juveniles was in charge of professionals of the Pantaleon Sugar Mill and the Private Institute for Climate Change Research -ICC-, who used specialized tanks to achieve their reproduction. The activity was supported by La Union Sugar Mill and the municipality of La Gomera.

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