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Amazon forest fire threatens natives, wildlife in Peru
Borneo Post Online

Amazon forest fire threatens natives, wildlife in Peru

The fire is in the region known as VRAEM, an acronym for the Apurimac, Ene and Mantaro river valleys -AFP photo LIMA: An enormous fire is destroying vast stretches of the Amazon rainforest in Peru, threatening natives and wildlife, officials said, ... Borneo Post Online, 3 days ago
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Amazon River Stingrays May Chew Up Prey Like Mammals | Video

Scientists once thought just mammals chewed up their meals. Now they've found stingrays from the Amazon River also may chew up their insect prey. (video looped) credit : M. Kolmann and K. Welch Shows MORE Real-Life Climate Change Stories - ...
 LiveScience.com1 week ago This Stingray Chews Its Food  LiveScience.com1 week ago Stingrays Chew? Who Knew?  National Geographic1 week ago

Backroads Keeps On Adventuring With More Than 40 New Active...

New Itineraries Include Bermuda, Munich to Salzburg, Basque Country, Japan, Galápagos, Andes & Amazon River Cruise and More Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) September 13, 2016 As summer vacations are winding down, Backroads, the world's leading active ...
 San Francisco Chronicle1 week ago
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Four Reasons to Visit the Brazilian Amazon Jungle Between September and February

Between September 2016 and February 2017, the water level of the rivers in the Amazon forest drops considerably due to the sunny weather and little rainfall. This is called the dry season, and it offers visitors new landscapes and unique ...
 EGlobal Travel Media2 weeks ago Brazilian bishops denounce lawlessness in Amazon basin  Catholic World News2 weeks ago Amazon burns as Brazil signs Paris climate pledge  OneClimate.net2 weeks ago
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Copepod assemblages in a highly dynamic equatorial estuary on the Brazilian Amazon Coast

Abstract This study describes the spatial and temporal dynamics of the copepod fauna in the estuary of the Caeté River, a highly dynamic environment characterized by a unique set of hydrological and hydrodynamic attributes. This ecosystem is part ...
 Journal of Marine Ecology1 day ago

Rivers Angels seal women's Federation Cup final spot

Rivers Angels have sealed a place in the 2016 Nigeria Women's Federation Cup final after a 1-0 victory against Nasarawa Amazons on Wednesday Oshinachi Ohale's strike helped the six-time champions overcome the Lafia Ladies in the keenly contested ...
 Uncova3 days ago News24.com.ng | Fed Cup: Rivers Angels await opponents for final  News24 Nigeria2 days ago Federation Cup: Rivers Angels book final berth  Ng.Newshub.org2 days ago Federation Cup: Rivers Angels await opponents for final  EagleOnline.com.ng2 days ago

Flowing with inspiration: From India's holy waters to the Amazon rainforests - the choice of river cruise is yours

A river cruise can be a glorious experience, offering a constant stream of scenery on both sides of the boat and easy access to fine cities. Here are some of the best... Enchanting India The Ganges, India's holiest waterway, may garner all the ...
 Brief Report.co.uk4 days ago

Richard Hammond's Jungle Quest: Ep 2

Richard leaves the relative comfort of the Amazon River and heads deep into the rainforest. To complete the set of photos he needs for his exhibition, Hammond faces up to biting ants, giant spiders and vertigo-inducing climbs into the forest canopy.
 Enhance TV1 week ago

Patterns of Transcript Abundance of Eukaryotic Biogeochemically-Relevant Genes in the Amazon River Plume.

Zielinski BL, Allen AE , Carpenter EJ, Coles VJ, Crump BC, Doherty M, Foster RA, Goes JI, Gomes HR, Hood RR, McCrow JP , Montoya JP, Moustafa A, Satinsky BM, Sharma S, Smith CB, Yager PL, Paul JH PloS One. 2016 Sep 01; 11: e0160929. External ...
 J. Craig Venter Institute2 weeks ago

Fish for food

Image Fernando M. Carvajal-Vallejos A Bolivian fisherman on a tributary of the Amazon River paddles back to shore with his catch of paiche. Bolivia has the lowest per-capita consumption of fish among South American nations, but that ...
 International Development Research Centre2 weeks ago
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