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Rare ‘bamboo rat’ photographed at Machu Picchu – Environment …

A rare rodent species known as a “bamboo rat” that lives around the Inca ruins at Machu Picchu in Peru has resurfaced after a decade of absence and been photographed for the first time. A specimen of the rodent Dactylomis peruanus was spotted by guards among bamboo trees at the …

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The Shark Week 2018 Schedule Includes Guy Fieri & Ronda Rousey, So You Don’t Want To Miss It

While some people spend their summers surfing in the shark-populated ocean, others prefer to have any potential shark interactions come strictly from surfing channels. That’s where Discovery Channel‘s Shark Week comes in. Premiering on Sunday, July 22, the schedule for Shark Week 2018 mixes nostalgia with fresh programming for the …

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Science: Rare ‘bamboo rat’ photographed at Machu Picchu [Report]

A rare rodent species known as a “bamboo rat” that lives around the Inca ruins at Machu Picchu in Peru has resurfaced after a decade of absence and been photographed for the first time. A specimen of the rodent Dactylomys peruanus was spotted by guards among bamboo trees at the …

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Patagonia Is Building Parks. Pay Attention.

“No hay sinónimo para Dios más perfecto que la Belleza.” John Muir’s dictum, originally published 80 years ago, rolls nicely off the tongue in Spanish. (Translation: No synonym for God is so perfect as Beauty.) The words are carved on the back of a wooden sign hanging at the entrance …

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Darwin’s theory of evolution owes more to his garden than the Galápagos

It’s one of the greatest stories in science, right up there with Neil Armstrong’s small step on the moon and Jane Goodall’s overhaul of ideas on non-human relationships. When naturalist Charles Darwin first set foot in the Galápagos, an archipelago of volcanic islands in the eastern Pacific Ocean, he was …

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From Tango to politics: My summer exploring Argentina

This article is part of our Summer Sojourns 2018 series highlighting the summer adventures of FIU students. Earlier this summer, a group of students packed their bags and headed to Buenos Aires for the Politics and International Relations in Argentina study abroad program. The program is led by the Kimberly …

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Empire State Building, Niagara falls lit-up in tricolour for India’s Independence Day

The iconic Empire State Building and Niagara Falls were illuminated with the tricolor to mark India’s 72nd Independence Day with the Indian diaspora in the US celebrating the occasion, showcasing the country’s rich cultural heritage and history through a plethora of events. A special ceremony was organized at the world-famous …

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‘What Tinder is for’: Man found not guilty of raping woman he met online

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Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution owes more to his garden than the Galápagos

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A Train Collision Near Peru’s Machu Picchu Has Injured Several Tourists

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