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Isolated marine/desert museum with interesting displays

It is a small museum off the beaten path near Puerto Penasco, Sonora, MX. It has a small indoor... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
ivgotit2
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Oracle, Arizona
CEDO - A Lesson in Saving our Deserts and Oceans

CEDO, in Spanish, means Centro de Estudios de Desiertos y Oceanos. In English, it means... read more

Reviewed 25 November 2013
KELA4sisters
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Puerto Penasco, Mexico
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Owned jointly by a Mexican and U.S. non-profit organization, this research center advances and shares knowledge of the Sonoran Desert region.
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15 Aug 2016
“Isolated marine/desert museum with interesting displays”
25 Nov 2013
“CEDO - A Lesson in Saving our Deserts and Oceans”
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

It is a small museum off the beaten path near Puerto Penasco, Sonora, MX. It has a small indoor museum with marine related displays as well as educational displays regarding the marine environment in desert areas. The fully constructed whale skeleton is it's biggest attraction...More

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Reviewed 25 November 2013

CEDO, in Spanish, means Centro de Estudios de Desiertos y Oceanos. In English, it means Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans. This is a non-profit organization with three main goals: Research, Education and Conservation, working with local businesses, the government, and local...More

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Reviewed 8 November 2012

This is a great place to visit - the main field station is free to wander round, but the best times to visit are Tuesday and Saturday when the natural history talks are being conducted (in English). Tours are also available to the amazing local...More

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