The Cycle International School conducted a study of the envitonment on Friday in Indian Village “Toca da Raposa”, in Juquitiba. Through the school project “Minha Marca no Mundo”, the students of K4A, K4B, K5A, K5B and E1 they had the opportunity to learn more about environmental issues and environmental preservation.
The “Toca da Raposa”, is located in a of the largest forest cover in the world, the Atlantic Forest, and was founded in 1995 by educators, in order to bring entertainment and culture for all visitors.
Today the village houses in your space, a Conservationist Nursery of Wild Animal (duly authorided by the “Instituto Brasileiro do Meio Ambiente” – Ibama). At the local visitors can have contacts with mammals, birds and reptiles of diverse species.
Check our photo gallery, all the things group of children readied in this activity