Despite the fact that much of Costa Rican forests have been destroyed, the country protects a larger proportion of land than any other country in the world. This plan to help save the wilderness became strong in 1970, when there came a “growing acknowledgment that something unique and lovely was vanishing.” That year, a national park system was created, and the Costa Rican government set aside 17 percent of land as forest reserves, “buffer zones”, wildlife refuges, and Indian reservations.
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