Nomad Jellyfish Colonize Mediterranean

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SUEZ CANAL – For marine scientists, the stinging jellyfish that have colonized Mediterranean shorelines, ushering bathers from tepid vacation waters and clogging cooling plants in Israel, are more than a passing nuisance. Their arrival, sometimes in swarms up to 110 miles long, sounds an alarm. The nomad jellyfish – Rhopilema nomadica – are the frontrunners in […] Continue Reading »

Machismo y la propagación del VIH

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El papel que juegan los roles de género y el estigma en la epidemia que se esparce por el estado mexicano de Chiapas. Por: Eva Hershaw Portando un top rosa brillante, una falda negra y tacones de ocho centímetros, Sandra Villarreal Martínez caminó con paso seguro al frente de un pequeño grupo de mujeres, todas […] Continue Reading »

brazil’s historic 7-1 loss to germany

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For Brazilians, dreams of a World Cup championship ended in tears. It has already been deemed the most painful loss in 100 years of Brazilian soccer. The national team’s 7-1 loss to Germany marks the worst loss a hosting team has ever suffered in the World Cup and the worst that the Brazil national team […] Continue Reading »

world cup protesters promise to stay in streets.

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Original article ran in VICE News on Friday, May 16. With a scant 28 days left before the World Cup, the streets of Brazil have been filled with burning barricades, armored military vehicles, and thousands of indignant citizens demanding that their voices be heard. In São Paulo, an estimated 1,200 protesters gathered Thursday evening on […] Continue Reading »

o pantanal.

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the pantanal, the world’s largest tropical wetland and the home of the world’s largest jaguars. in the last five years, an interesting story is unfolding, one that pits ranchers as the protagonists in an effort to conserve the habitat of jaguars, animals that were once their biggest enemies.

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