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Impunity runs amok: 'title deeds' for water tower

IT is not for nothing that the Mau Forest Complex has been described by the American Wildlife Foundation as Africa's water tower. The AWF also identifies the complex as the largest indigenous montane forest in East Africa, a critical water ... The Star (Kenya), 1 week ago
DailyTech

Campbell's Monkeys Found to Use Different Dialects to Describe Local Threats

Linguistic differences arose out of threats facing particular populations Found along coastal forests of Western Africa,Campbell's monkeys ( Cercopithecus campbelli ) exhibit one of the most complex communication reperoires outside of mankind ( ...
 DailyTech1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Perth, Western Australia: Travel guide and things to do

WA remains the country's top performing economy. Introduction Perth has changed dramatically in the last few decades. With a population around the million mark Perth, quite correctly, sees itself as a modern, dynamic city. Perth is known for its ...
 Melbourne Age4 days ago

Do We Take the Beauty of the Open Road for Granted?

I grew up in the West where traveling long distances on highways seems to be a part of life. It is not unusual for westerners to travel an hour to go to a doctor or stock up on groceries. Long, open and empty stretches of highway are a part of our ...
 Huffington Post4 days ago

Australia's best pet-friendly holidays

Top pet friendly hotels include the Langham in Sydney. Source: Supplied HOLIDAYS can be complicated for millions of Australian pet owners. Do you organise a pet-sitter, board the dog or cat, or take the furry family member along? Pet-friendly ...
 Herald Sun6 days ago
Japan Times

Tottori's golden sandbox and fog-shrouded mountains

The region north of the Chugoku mountains in western Honshu is known as Sanin — the shadow of the mountain. In Tottori Prefecture, these craggy mountains give way to stretches of fertile farmland that butt up against the icy Sea of Japan. The ...
 Japan Times2 weeks ago
NPR

Why Pygmies Aren't Scared By The 'Psycho' Theme

Men from the Mbenzele Pygmy ethnic group listen to Western music for the first time while an anthropologist measures their vital signs, such as heart rate and skin perspiration. University of Montreal hide caption i toggle caption University ...
 NPR3 weeks ago

Checking in: Four Seasons Hong Kong

The Four Seasons Hong Kong is a gleaming newish-build tower on the western fringes of the city's Central District in the heart of Hong Kong Island with panoramic views of Kowloon just across Victoria Harbour. The property will celebrate its 10th ...
 New York Post1 month ago
New Indian Express

Bison Caught, Released into Forest

KASARGOD: Residents went wild on spotting a gaur or Indian bison in Kidoor, a village nearly 12 km from Kumbla, on Sunday. Kasargod Forest Range Officer Rajeevan M said the male gaur, aged around four to five years, might have strayed from ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Beyond coffee and spices

Kodagu, along the Western Ghats, is blessed with emerald landscapes, misty mountains and enchanting waterways. Chitra Ramaswamy visits the rural expanse and returns with evergreen memories The aroma of coffee, cardamom, herbs and spices waft through ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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