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It may or may not be a new species, but this crazy-haired bug is an eye popper of a planthopper.
Each day on Tafelberg, the team is encountering new and little known species of plants and animals.
The Tafelberg team moves camp through several dangerous waterways to the interior of the tepui to continue their exploration.
The biological inventory of Tafelberg gets underway as we open the trail system on the summit.
Climate change is the result of not behaving in the right way, according to the isolated Trio, an indigenous people living in Suriname’s Amazon forest near its border with Brazil. “They see climate change as big problem. They say their forests are changing, deteriorating,” said Gwendolyn Smith, a project director for the non-profit organization Amazon Conservation…