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What are the symptoms? How can I prevent high altitude sickness? What to do when symptoms occur? Is there any medical treatment?
Approaching its nest located inside a crevasse in the rocks, a Puna Ground Tyrant, Muscisaxicola juninensis briefly pauses on top of a boulder with a beakful of insect prey that will be fed to its offspring. 27 more words
I decided to write my blog in Spanish this week because I’m fun and cool… (Don’t worry Mum, there’s an English translation below!)
Cuando estaba pensando en pasar la primera parte de mi tercer año en Chile, uno de mis profesores me dijo de inmediato “Jaj, buena suerte con el español allá. 1,548 more words
Meet the gentle and scholarly cousin of the bear family, the spectacled bear.
Named for their light coloured markings on their faces, which often look like reading glasses, the spectacled bear is the lone representative of their family present in South America, and is technically the largest carnivore on the continent. 307 more words