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Ingham's World: Dormice sleep for six months – no...
A pair of cuddly door mice sleeping And no animal does a better impression of a teenager. Dormice sleep for six months each year, retiring in mid-October when the thermometer drops below 59F (15C)...
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Tiger increase in India 'proof of the benefits of...
But he also argued that the figures are proof of the good that tourism can do in protecting endangered species, a point he felt needed to be made after authorities banned tourists from tiger parks in...
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Straight shooter finally bows out
OBITUARY Mompati Merafhe (1936 – 2015) Botswana’s former vice-president Lieutenant General Mompati Merafhe was a no-nonsense straight shooter who graduated from the military to civilian...
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Botswana Defence Force
Tribespeople illegally evicted from tiger reserve
Tribespeople illegally evicted from tiger reserveThursday, 15 January 2015, 10:02 amPress Release:
Tribespeople illegally evicted from ‘Jungle Book’ tiger reserveTribal peoples...
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‘Before They Pass Away’ slammed as ‘patronizing’
... They Pass Away’ slammed as ‘patronizing’ Thursday, 8 January 2015, 7:50 amPress Release:
PRESS RELEASEJanuary 7, 2015‘Before They Pass Away’...
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Stay away from the Sentinelese. Either you’ll kil...
This screengrab shows a boy from the "uncontacted" Sentinelese tribe. Despite the risks, they've managed to survive thanks to a foreign policy that mainly involves spears and arrows. (...
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Indian Coast Guard
Brazilian Indians secure nationwide land victory
Tribes across Brazil have secured a historic nationwide victory, preventing Congress from seizing control of the future of their lands. A proposal to change the constitution and give Congress power...
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Channel Seven loses legal battle after 'racist po...
Channel Seven has lost a three-year legal battle with broadcasting authorities over a current affairs program it aired in 2011 which was deemed to be an inaccurate and racist portrayal of a Brazilian...
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