Area allegedly deforested illegally to establish Eucalyptus timber plantation in Caserio Puma Yacu

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September 14, 2020 - Ucayali, Peru

The Regional Forest and Wildlife Management of Ucayali (GERFFS) confirmed the illegal deforestation in Caserio Puma Yacu, Campo Verde about 10 kilometers interior from kilometer 50. Felled tree species included Shihuahuaco, Copaiba, and Marupa. The company allegedly responsible for the deforestation reportedly intended to plant Eucalyptus trees.

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Area allegedly deforested illegally to establish Eucalyptus timber plantation in Caserio Puma Yacu

Photo: GERFFS

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