Hi everyone, I know it's been so long since I last wrote :( , I finally got some exams over with so I have some free time again to write.
I want to write about this amazing episode of the PBS show Nature titled Cuba: Accidental Eden.
|A Cuban Toby.|
I saw the episode on On Demand, and I HAD to watch it. I was born in Cuba, but left when I was very little so never had the chance to explore the beautiful nature of Cuba. It hurts many of us to know of what the people of Cuba go through on a daily basis, but this shows how they are at least blessed with such amazing unspoiled nature and wildlife.
Here is a preview:
The show calls Cuba " The Jewel of the Caribbean" I couldn't agree more!
I was specially impressed by the Cuba biologists and marine biologists who make an effort to research and conserve with the little they have. You will see in the episode a man who has made it his life's mission to safely hatch green turtle eggs and safely get them back in the ocean.
|Here is a picture of a baby green turtle which will be released into ocean. |
Picture from pbs.org
I really recommend everyone to watch! Don't think about politics, as the show doesn't get into it much. Its about how beautiful nature is when it's healthy and unspoiled, and how it's something we are all missing out on with the little concern we put into the environment.
You can watch the full episode at pbs.org. Here is the link:
I hope you enjoyed :) And if you watch the documentary let me know what you thought of it.