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Saffron Harvest in Greece - in Pictures
Offbeat  (tags: saffron harvest, Greece, photos, pictures )

Cher
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
Saffron - the spice so expensive itâEUR(TM)s called red gold - has brought jobs and money to a region better known for coal mines and unemployment. Most are young people who were shut out of the job market during Greece's economic downturn.
The 20 Photographs of the Week
Offbeat  (tags: humans, environment, pictures, photos )

Cher
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
The migrant caravan in Mexico, wildfires in California, the armistice centenary and a symbolic funeral prayer for Jamal Khashoggi - the week captured by the worldâEUR(TM)s best photojournalists
Celebrations as India Unveils World's Tallest Statue - in Pictures
Offbeat  (tags: humans, environment, tallest statue, India )

Cher
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
India has inaugurated the worldâEUR(TM)s tallest statue, a £314m effigy of the independence hero Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel that is nearly twice the height of New YorkâEUR(TM)s Statue of Liberty. The 182-metre Statue of Unity in Gujarat is part of Narendra Modi's
Why Komodo Dragons Don't Stray Far From Home
Offbeat  (tags: komodo dragons, environment, wildlife, protection )

Cher
- 1 day ago - nationalgeographic.com
With impressive navigation skills and athleticism, Komodo dragons seem like they could spread anywhere-scientists now know why they haven't.
Indigenous Peoples Defend Earth's Biodiversity-But They're in Danger
Green Lifestyle  (tags: humans, biodiversity, earth, protection, humans )

Cher
- 1 day ago - nationalgeographic.com
Comprising less than 5% of the world's population, indigenous people protect 80% of global biodiversity. Their role is under discussion by world leaders this week.
How Zoos Protect-and Evacuate-Animals During Wildfires
Offbeat  (tags: animals, zoos, fires, protection, environment )

Cher
- 1 day ago - nationalgeographic.com
Not all animals can be safely evacuated. With fires in the West becoming increasingly common, zoos must prepare for disaster.
Asia Can Contribute 15 Per Cent Increase in Global Tiger Population
Offbeat  (tags: tigers, wildlife, protection, environment )

Cher
- 1 day ago - devdiscourse.com
Wild tiger populations in key tiger recovery sites across Asia, including in India, have the potential to triple, contributing up to 15 per cent increase in the global tiger population, a new study said Wednesday.
 
 
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