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Chile rejects iron mine to protect penguins
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22 August 2017
On 22 August 2017 BBC News reported:
The Chilean government has rejected plans for a billion-dollar mining project because it would disrupt sea life, including endangered penguins. A Chilean company, Andes Iron, had wanted to extract millions of tonnes of iron in the northern Coquimbo region as well as building a new port. Ministers said the project did not provide sufficient environmental guarantees. The area is home to 80% of the world's Humboldt penguins as well as other endangered species, including blue whales, fin whales, and sea otters.
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