Our Planet | Endangered species protection

UPPER IMAGE: National Park Service diver Paul O’Dell hang out with an Atlantic Goliath Grouper at Dry Tortugas National Park off Key West, Florida. Photo Brett Seymour. IN THE SECOND IMAGE: An Atlantic Goliath Grouper in southern Pinar del Rio, Cuba, was caught off guard by Soviet Russians, who were guests of the Castroism.

National Park Service diver Paul ODell hang out with an Atlantic Goliath Grouper at Dry Tortugas National Park off Key West Florida Photo Brett Seymour
National Park Service diver Paul O’Dell hang out with an Atlantic Goliath Grouper at Dry Tortugas National Park off Key West Florida. Photo Brett Seymour

Cuba: Protection of the endangered species?

Yes, the Cuban revolutionary “law” prohibit to nationals of the Cuban Archipelago practicing underwater fishing and exploring due to national security concerns.
An Atlantic Goliath Grouper in southern Pinar del Rio, Cuba was caught off guard by Soviet Russians who were guests of the Castroism
An Atlantic Goliath Grouper in southern Pinar del Rio, Cuba, was caught off guard by Soviet Russians, who were guests of the Castroism.

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