Yes. It is very common for bordering countries, particularly in the developed world, the work together to protect mutual waterways, ecosystems and overall environment through treaties, agreements and the enactment of similar laws. One of the best examples of this comes from the developing South American continent. In recent years, Peru and Brazil have worked tirelessly with one another to reserve the plants, animals, people and ecosystem of the deep amazon through joint research and protection.
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