Children from La Noria marvel at the exhibits at Acuario Mazatlán

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With the program “A window to the sea for the rural area”, the institution receives primary and kindergarten students from this syndicate.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – To learn more about animal life and care for the environmentstudents from the Venustiano Carranza Elementary School and the Juan Amos Comenio Kindergarten, from the La Noria union, arrived this morning at the Mazatlán Aquarium, where they were amazed by the exhibitions.

Through the “Aquarium, a window to the sea for the rural area” program, carried out by the paramunicipal and the Government of Mazatlán, the little ones enjoyed this benefit that is totally free.

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The director of Acuario MazatlánPablo Rojas Zepeda, said that he is convinced that childhood is a fundamental part in promoting the care and preservation of species, so in the commitment to achieve it, he added that this center gladly welcomes little students.

Likewise, he urged the directors of rural schools not to let go of the disposition of the Municipal Government, in cultivating in the infants the awareness of preservation.

The objective of this program is for children to learn and have fun with activities that can leave a lot of learning about nature.

From the beginning of the program, children at the preschool and primary level were thought of, who to date have been benefited, since the objective of the program is that the young students get to know the enclosure to have a broader vision of marine life.

The little ones were able to enjoy their tour of the penguin, the fish tanks, the exhibition of sharks, sea lions and other attractions that Mazatlán Aquarium has.

Teacher, if you are interested in your students being part of the beneficiaries of the “Aquarium, a window to the sea for rural areas” program, call 669 981 7815 or visit the website www.acuariomazatlan.com .

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