FMCN brings marine giants to Mexico City
Whales, sharks, dolphins, and turtles are just a few of the species that are part of the photography exhibit “Route of Giants,” which can be seen in Terminal 1 of the Mexico City International Airport until January 25, and from that date on will be displayed on the fence of Chapultepec Park and in the Mexico City Metro.
Thanks to the alliance between the Mexican Fund for the Conservation of Nature (FMCN) and Albatros Media Foundation, the international photography exhibit “Route of Giants” traveled to Mexico City, where it will remain until March 2014.
Through photographs of marine giants that live in Mexico’s oceans, the exhibit promotes sustainable whalewatching, and also educates city dwellers about the beauty of these animals and the importance of conserving them.
FMCN is proud to support this initiative in which art leaves museums and meets people in their day-to-day.
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