Jardín Botánico (Botanic Garden) from the UNAM - Mexicocity
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Directions to Jardín Botánico (Botanic Garden) from the UNAM
Visit us and discover why Mexico is a country full of diversity in plant species and botanical history. Browse our collections and over 1,600 known species of plants growing in forests, deserts and Mexican jungles. Meet more than 300 species that are threatened or endangered. It is how you can contribute to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and learn how scientific research is a basis for knowledge and sustainable use of our plant resources.
The Botanical Garden of the Institute of Biology, UNAM is the second oldest botanical garden in the country and has a national character by the diversity and representativeness of their collections. Besides maintaining collections of living plants, the Botanical Garden of IB-UNAM conducts outreach and education as well as research and conservation of the Mexican plant diversity.
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