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More than 30 students from Spain visit Loro Parque, during the Campus Science Program for the summer 2011, which organizes the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology FECYT in collaboration with the distinguished Spanish Universities as Campus of Excellence, in this case the ULL and ULPGC. They were received by Dr. Javier Almunia, deputy director of Loro Parque Fundación, who guided them during the visit and explained in detail the various research and conservation activities of the foundation to protect the different animal species and specially, the bioacoustic research programs with marine mammals developed with a research team of the ULL. Until the end of the day, they also visited the clinic and laboratory of Loro Parque, as well as the first orca baby born in Spain and cared by human.