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Descriere: epa08837429 General view of the Mirador Ponta das Caracas, in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil, 13 November 2020 (issued 23 November 2020). Fernando de Noronha resists the proposal of the president of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro to open this archipelago to mass tourism and clings to environmental conservation to preserve this set of Brazilian islands declared Natural Heritage of Humanity. With lush vegetation, rock formations and beaches with crystal clear waters with colorful fish, sea turtles or rays, Noronha has entered the sights of Bolsonaro, who has expressed his desire that the cruise ships now return to this volcanic archipelago located in Pernambuco (northeast). The reopening of the archipelago for cruises of up to 600 passengers, banned since 2012, has been harshly criticized by biologists and specialists in marine fauna and flora, but also by the inhabitants of the islands, despite being another source of income. EPA/WALDHEIM MONTOYA