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August 21, 2017
It is a fact that there are living creatures that remain hidden in darkness, in the depths of the ocean… Nonetheless, there are others as the noctiluca scintillans –also known as the sea sparkle- whose main ability is ‘shining’, thus creating a night show that’s almost impossible to forget for those lucky ones that get...
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Hurricane Kenneth reaches Category 4 force in Pacific
Hurricane Kenneth has rapidly grown into a monster Category 4 storm, but it’s centered far off Mexico’s Pacific coast and posing no threat to land. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Kenneth had winds of 130 mph (215 kph) early Monday and could strengthen further before weakening later in the day. The hurricane was centered...
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María del Consuelo Díaz Tlaltempa is one of the first Mexican women to be accepted to be part of an official brigade of the National Forest Commission (Conafor, for its acronym in Spanish), and the first to enter an international brigade. Originally from the state of Morelos, Consuelo Díaz complied with the international selection requirements...
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sea turtles
Between June and November, tortoise females reach the beaches of western Mexico to lay their eggs in the warm sand and ensure their reproduction. About 45 days later, hundreds of youngsters leave their nest to return to the sea, a cycle that specialists consider “normal” in the spawning season. However, this cycle is increasingly changing,...
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crocodile attack
The State Civil Protection and Fire Department of Jalisco confirms that a man in Puerto Vallarta was attacked by a crocodile in the Ameca River while fishing and was found dead. The man was identified as Gerardo Alvarez, 30, Corporal with the 41 Military Zone, who at the time was fishing in the river, located...
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