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Marine Biological Station Dos Mosquises, Los Roques Scientific Foundation
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Los Cayos Dos Mosquises son dos cayos que forman parte del Archipiélago Los Roques, administrativamente forman parte de las Dependencias Federales de Venezuela, y se encuentran localizados en las Pequeñas Antillas en el Mar Caribe..

El Cayo Dos Mosquises Norte, a diferencia de otros cayos de los Roques, posee la particularidad de albergar una Estación de Investigación de Biología Marina construida en el año 1976 y manejada por la Fundación Científica Los Roques. Además de contar con diversas instalaciones para la investigación, poseen un programa de crianza y protección de tortugas marinas, que hace que el cayo sea visitado por especialistas de varios lugares del mundo.

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dos_Mosquises

http://www.fundacionlosroques.org

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