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How to Spot a Jaguar in the Peruvian Amazon

How to Spot a Jaguar in the Peruvian Amazon

Natural Habitat Adventures November 14, 2016 0

Elusive, stealthy and stunningly beautiful creatures, jaguars are a sight that many people hope to see when they venture into the Amazon rain forest. The Amazon is one of the most probable places on

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The Yellowstone National Park-Ebola Connection: Could It Help Protect More Natural Places?

The Yellowstone National Park-Ebola Connection: Could It Help Protect More Natural Places?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 18, 2014 8

Recently, when a drone crashed in Grand Prismatic Spring in Midway Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park, it sparked a public debate about the use of such devices in our jointly owned, national treasures

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Nature Finally Talks Back — And It Has Some Tough Words for Us

Nature Finally Talks Back — And It Has Some Tough Words for Us

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 21, 2014 9

I’m not sure when the conversation about keeping our air and water clean and conserving our natural resources and wildlife became such a political, polarizing issue. I do know that it happened within the

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Moths’ Open-Weave Cocoons Adapted to Handle Heavy Forest Rains

Moths’ Open-Weave Cocoons Adapted to Handle Heavy Forest Rains

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 8, 2013 9

In the rainforests of Peru, the average annual rainfall measures 79 inches. That not only creates lush, green jungles filled with a diversity of life but dangerous environments, too — especially if you’re a

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