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CORUMBÁ DE GOIÁS, Brazil (Reuters) - The caged jaguar, hit by a tranquilizer dart, rises with a pained growl on to her bandaged, burned paws.
POCONÉ, Brazil (Reuters) - A fire has been burning since mid-July in the remote wetlands of west-central Brazil, leaving in its wake a vast charred desolation bigger than New York City.
POCONÉ, Brazil (Reuters) - The world's largest wetland is ablaze, but the fire is often invisible.
Covering your face with a mask is as much a fashion thing, as it is about being socially responsible. Even 'Vogue' magazine is tracking the trend.
SANTIAGO/LIMA (Reuters) - Indigenous leaders are calling for help to stop oil companies drilling in the headwaters of the Amazon river in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, warning that encroaching on their homelands would destroy a bulwark against climate change.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters/variety.com): Roy Uwe Ludwig Horn, whose collaboration with Siegfried Fischbacher created the well-known animal training and magic duo Siegfried & Roy, died of complications from COVID-19 Friday in Las Vegas. He was 75.
(Reuters) - The National Football League holds its annual draft on Thursday and while the lockdown version means it will be online rather than the planned glitzy show in Las Vegas, there will be plenty of fans outside of the United States following along.
SAN LUCAS MOUNTAINS, Colombia (Reuters) - In a clearing around his modest smallholding, farmer Arcadio Barajas stands before a sea of coffee plants, cloaked in the shadow cast by a wall of verdant forest that covers the San Lucas mountains of northern Colombia.
NEW DELHI: At least 10 endangered species were added to a list of animals considered in need of greater protection by a UN wildlife conservation convention held in the western Indian city of Gandhinagar on Sunday (Feb 23) including the Asian elephant, the jaguar, the oceanic white-tip shark and birds including the great Indian bustard, the Bengal florican, the little bustard and the antipodean albatross.