Galapagos Islands, Ecuador Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Working across borders to protect the Eastern Tropical Pacific gemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 25 | World Heritage Centre News

    For decades, UNESCO has worked to protect cultural and natural treasures on land and sea by facilitating cooperation across borders. World Heritage is built on the premise that some places are so special that all of humankind should work together to protect them.

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  2. National Geographic 'Nature Photographer of the Year'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | Daily Mail

    Submissions to the National Geographic 'Nature Photographer of the Year' contest showcase stunning mountain vistas and up-close animal shots Submissions from all over the world showcase stunning mountain landscapes in Austria, a rainbow over the Faroe Islands and seals in Denmark, to name a few. Shanof K took this photo in Hallstatt, Austria and titled it 'A Beautiful Morning in Hallstatt'.

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  3. Restaurant review: Enjoy tastes of Honduras and Ecuador in LawndaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 26 | The Daily Breeze

    Islas de la Bahia is a modest Lawndale restaurant that draws dedicated local diners looking for their favorite Honduran tastes - and an opportunity to catch up with friends.

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  4. Young soldiers to set out on an international voyageRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 26 | Portsmouth Today

    OVER the next 12 months 180 soldiers will be embarking on an epic voyage in a test of endurance and stamina. Her Majesty's Sail Training Craft 'Discoverer' will cast off from the Joint Services Adventurous Sail Training Centre in Gosport on Exercise PACIFIC LONGBOW.

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  5. (US shark fin ban) Conservation group supports total shut downRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 24 | The Standard

    Marine conservation group Oceana is suporting a proposal, by a US lawmaker to ban shark fins, said Lora Snyder, a campaign director for the group. Shutting down the fin trade is akin to getting the U.S. out of the ivory business, she said.

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  6. US shark fin ban may harm sustainability efforts, scientists claimRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 24 | The Standard

    As lawmakers propose banning the sale of shark fins in the U.S., a pair of scientists is pushing back, saying the effort might actually harm attempts to conserve the marine predators. Shark fins are most often used in a soup considered a delicacy in cities including Hong Kong, Singapore, as well as China and Taiwan.

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  7. April 26: Iss. 17Read the original story

    Friday Sep 22 | The Brooklyn Paper

    Tucker Reed, who spent the last two years fixing potholes, handing out energy-efficient lightbulbs and keeping the peace between DUMBO's warring factions, is heading to Iraq to do, basically, the same thing. Comment Five Brooklyn nightlife mini-moguls have taken over the Galapagos site in Williamsburg and turned it into Natural Selection.

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  8. 3 costly small business loan mistakes entrepreneurs makeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2017 | Biznology

    When it comes to launching a startup, entrepreneurs know that the most precious thing in the business universe isn't customers, products, brand equity, or even patents: it's capital. can steer their startup around obstacles, and exploit opportunities.

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  9. Drug runners stopped in Pacific to be tried in ColumbusRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | WLVQ-FM Columbus

    The federal prosecutor in Columbus says a case against four alleged overseas cocaine traffickers will be tried in Ohio's capital city under a new initiative. Ben Glassman, the U.S. attorney for the southern half of Ohio that includes Columbus, announced charges Wednesday against three men from Ecuador and one from Mexico taken into custody by the U.S. Coast Guard Aug. 18 in the Pacific Ocean about 475 miles northwest of the Galapagos Islands.

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  10. Money Manners: Could auction end estranged siblings' problem with upcoming vacation?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 21 | SiliconValley.com

    Q: For reasons I won't go into, my sister and I haven't spoken for years. Now, through our cousin "Tom," I've learned that my sister and her husband have, by sheer coincidence, booked the same tour of the Galapagos Islands as my wife and I. My question is: How do we decide who should cancel? I think my sister should, because she travels a lot, and this trip is no big deal for her.

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  11. The Coast Guard is detecting a new trend among high-seas narco...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | SFGate

    Since June, Coast Guard vessels patrolling the US's southern approaches have stopped seven low-profile smuggling vessels - stealthy ships that ride low in the water to spirit illicit cargos from South America to Mexico and the US. Akin to self-propelled semi-submersibles used by smugglers for the same purpose, low-profile vessels are boats designed to run near or at surface level to present the smallest possible radar signature.

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  12. What I learned about photography on my National Geographic vacationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | Rookie Moms

    In 2016, I was the lucky winner of an all-expense paid Family Odyssey to the Galapagos Islands with National Geographic among attendees at the Mom 2.0 Summit. This summer, we took the trip.

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  13. Suspects in $25 million cocaine seizure near Galapagos Islands to be prosecuted in ColumbusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 20 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Three Ecuadorian nationals and one Mexican national are expected to arrive in Columbus today to face federal charges in the Southern District of Ohio after they were caught near the Galapagos Islands with more than 1,584 pounds of cocaine valued at $25 million. The islands are 2,870 miles away from the city, which may leave some wondering why the local federal office is prosecuting a case that originated barely north of the equator.

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  14. Feds in Ohio to prosecute alleged overseas drug traffickersRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 20 | WXIX-TV Cincinnati

    A federal prosecutor says a case against four alleged overseas cocaine traffickers will be tried in Ohio's capital city under a new initiative. Ben Glassman is the U.S. attorney for the southern half of Ohio that includes Columbus.

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  15. A study switches from genetic to metabolic analysis to reconstitute evolutionary processRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 18 | EurekAlert!

    A new method for analyzing a living being chemical compositions is tested in Andean plants and attest the genesis of species by means of geographic isolation IMAGE: A new method for analyzing a living being chemical compositions is tested in Andean plants and attest the genesis of species by means of geographic isolation. view With 72 species currently identified, Espeletia is a plant genus endemic to the paramo, a moist alpine biome unique to the northern Andes.

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  16. Bebej named Professor of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2017 | Bureau County Republican

    Stay connected to us wherever you are! With bcralerts, get breaking news updates along with other area information sent to you as a text message to your wireless device or by e-mail. Keep up with what's going on in your community by reading the bcrbriefs.

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  17. Nonfiction: Survival of the PrettiestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2017 | The New York Times

    For readers, Charles Darwin, born in 1809, apparently never gets old. Books by Darwin number 25. Books about Darwin, according to the global library catalog WorldCat, number about 7,500, with production ever rising.

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  18. Student speaks out after being cleared of fiancee assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 16, 2017 | Mail on Sunday

    My fiancee cheated... then left me ruined: In his own words, the Cambridge lecturer cleared of attacking unfaithful girlfriend tells of the shattering ordeal that left him 'shunned like a leper' Cambridge PhD student Matthew Baron, 26, has been cleared of attacking his former fiancee. But he fears the claims could still wreak havoc on his once promising future The medieval courtyards and mullioned windows of 15th Century Christ's College, in the heart of Cambridge, create an atmosphere of learned calm and quiet beauty.

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  19. Scientists hope to restore extinct turtle speciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2017 | The Columbian

    The Chelonoidis elephantopus lived on Floreana Island and was captured by seamen in large numbers for food during long journeys across the Pacific. The species is thought to have disappeared shortly after Charles Darwin's celebrated visit to the treasured archipelago.

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  20. This very rare bird in Edmonds is 4,000 miles from homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2017 | HeraldNet

    It has all the appearances of Hollywood paparazzi - clusters of people with cameras with long lenses mounted on tripods, others using binoculars, and some just waiting in anticipation. All this has been happening on beaches from Seattle to Edmonds to Everett, not in search of a movie star, but a swallow-tailed gull , a bird nearly 4,000 miles from its home in the Galapagos Islands off the coast of South America.

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