Godzilla Returns

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With partial material damages, members of the San Carlos Ecological Group recovered a sculpture made with used tires, which had been stolen a few days before in the interpretive trail that is located in the Maneadero delegation, Jorge Antonio Soto Rodríguez reported.

The creator of the iguana-shaped piece mentioned that it was abandoned in the middle of a plot, next to a new gas station, a few meters from the site recently rehabilitated for the amusement of visitors in general.

It was last November 12, between 13:00 and 15:00 hours, when the theft of the structure was committed, committed by at least two people due to the weight and size of the materials with which it is built.

Although the work was broken by those responsible for theft, the sculptor said that he has already started with works to repair it, because like the other sculptures, it represents a great attraction for the ecological park located on the stream San Carlos.

TERMINATES REHABILITATION
As was previously reported, at the beginning of last October, work was completed to rehabilitate the site with resources from the Federal Temporary Employment Program, through the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT).

In addition to the iguana, the area exhibits pieces in the form of bighorn sheep, boa, hare and tortoise; Also has an interpretative trail, in which people can walk and learn about endemic species.
Soto Rodriguez called on citizens to help preserve the free access site. In case of vandalism, robbery or any irregularity, they must be communicated to line 911 or to the telephone number of the grouping (646) 177-41-68.
In case of vandalism, robbery or any irregularity in the ecological space, call 911 or call the San Carlos Ecological Group (646) 177-41-68
The creator of the iguana-shaped piece mentioned that it was abandoned in the middle of a plot, next to a new gas station.

We reported Godzilla on the Loose last week.

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