Un viaje verdaderamente mágico – “La Magia de la Amazonia Las aventuras de Meromi, una niña Yanomami” — Barbara Crane Navarro

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro: ilustración de “Amazon Rainforest Magic – Las aventuras de Meromi,una niña Yanomami” El segundo volumen de la serie Amazon Rainforest Magic narra el sorprendente viaje de Meromi, una niña Yanomami que se ve envuelta en una aventura inesperada en los ríos y selvas del Amazonas. Es un viaje verdaderamente… UnContinue reading “Un viaje verdaderamente mágico – “La Magia de la Amazonia Las aventuras de Meromi, una niña Yanomami” — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Bald-headed Uacari Cacajao calvus — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro

Red bald headed uakari (Cacajao calvus ucayalii) in tree carrying baby, Rio Yavari, Amazonia, Peru Bald-headed Uacari Cacajao calvus Vulnerable Brazil, Peru, Colombia With their long shaggy coats and striking bright red faces, Bald-headed Uacaris are true icons of the Amazon rainforest and are found in Brazil, Peru and Colombia. When an Uacari has a […]Continue reading “Bald-headed Uacari Cacajao calvus — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro”

What is palm oil? — EDUINDEX NEWS — Barbara Crane Navarro

Palm oil is an edible oil taken from the fruit of oil palms, from palm trees grown in the tropics. The crop provides a higher yield at a lower cost compared to other vegetable oils. This oil is used for cooking in developing countries, but also in beauty products, detergents, and biofuel. WWF says that […] […]Continue reading “What is palm oil? — EDUINDEX NEWS — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Did You Know {115} ~ Dolphins Have Actual Names — DiosRaw

Early in life, a dolphin creates a unique vocal whistle that allows it to be identified by other dolphins in its pod. A team of researchers at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland found that the animals responded when their specific call was played back to them. Did You Know {115} ~ Dolphins Have Actual Names —Continue reading “Did You Know {115} ~ Dolphins Have Actual Names — DiosRaw”

Un voyage vraiment magique – “La Magie de l’Amazonie Les aventures de Meromi, une fille Yanomami” — Barbara Crane Navarro

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro: illustration tirée de “La Magie de l’Amazonie Les aventures de Meromi, une fille Yanomami” Le deuxième volume de la série Amazon Rainforest Magic raconte le voyage surprenant de Meromi, une fille Yanomami qui est entraînée dans une aventure inattendue dans les rivières et les jungles de l’Amazonie. C’est un… UnContinue reading “Un voyage vraiment magique – “La Magie de l’Amazonie Les aventures de Meromi, une fille Yanomami” — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Channel-billed Toucan Ramphastos vitellinus — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro

Channel-billed Toucan Ramphastos vitellinus Vulnerable Brazil; Colombia; French Guiana; Guyana; Suriname; Trinidad and Tobago; Venezuela Channel-billed #Toucans are spectacular rainforest birds of #SouthAmerica #vulnerable due to rapidly growing #palmoil #soy #meat #deforestation throughout their range. Join the #Boycott4Wildlife to help save them! Tweet The primary threat to the Channel-billed Toucan is accelerating deforestation in the […] […]Continue reading “Channel-billed Toucan Ramphastos vitellinus — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro”

An integrative analysis uncovers a new, pseudo-cryptic species of Amazonian marmoset (Primates: Callitrichidae: Mico) from the arc of deforestation | Scientific Reports – Nature.com — — Barbara Crane Navarro

An integrative analysis uncovers a new, pseudo-cryptic species of Amazonian marmoset (Primates: Callitrichidae: Mico) from the arc of deforestation | Scientific Reports – Nature.com https://ift.tt/37eidmt An integrative analysis uncovers a new, pseudo-cryptic species of Amazonian marmoset (Primates: Callitrichidae: Mico) from the arc of deforestation | Scientific Reports  Nature.com Superforest via “deforestation” – Google News https://ift.tt/2tI2HiE An integrative […]Continue reading “An integrative analysis uncovers a new, pseudo-cryptic species of Amazonian marmoset (Primates: Callitrichidae: Mico) from the arc of deforestation | Scientific Reports – Nature.com — — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Soy is a “self-defeating” crop: Deforestation-linked cultivation damages productivity, study warns – FoodIngredientsFirst —

Soy is a “self-defeating” crop: Deforestation-linked cultivation damages productivity, study warns – FoodIngredientsFirst https://ift.tt/3xP5K4c Soy is a “self-defeating” crop: Deforestation-linked cultivation damages productivity, study warns  FoodIngredientsFirst Superforest via “deforestation” – Google News https://ift.tt/2tI2HiE Soy is a “self-defeating” crop: Deforestation-linked cultivation damages productivity, study warns – FoodIngredientsFirst —

A truly magical journey – “Amazon Rainforest Magic The adventures of Meromi, a Yanomami girl” — Barbara Crane Navarro

Originally posted on Barbara Crane Navarro: illustration from “Amazon Rainforest Magic – The adventures of Meromi, a Yanomami girl” The second volume of the Amazon Rainforest Magic series recounts the surprising voyage of Meromi, a Yanomami girl who is swept into an unexpected adventure in the rivers and jungles of the Amazon.  It is a… AContinue reading “A truly magical journey – “Amazon Rainforest Magic The adventures of Meromi, a Yanomami girl” — Barbara Crane Navarro”

Baird’s Tapir Tapirus bairdii — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro

Baird’s Tapir Tapirus bairdii Endangered Extant (resident): Belize; Colombia; Costa Rica; Guatemala; Honduras; Mexico; Nicaragua; Panama Extinct: El Salvador Presence Uncertain: Ecuador Baird’s tapirs may look like they are relatives of elephants, but they’re actually closer kin to horses, donkeys, zebras, and rhinoceroses. Although they look like elephants, Baird’s Tapirs are more closely related to […] […]Continue reading “Baird’s Tapir Tapirus bairdii — Palm Oil Detectives — Barbara Crane Navarro”

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