The Pulse - Episode 13
The Pulse • 13m
This week - the latest data shows that the January figures for deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon are five times higher than the previous January. In Gabon, west Africa, Chimpanzees have been observed treating each others wounds with insects and off the coast of baja california, Mexican scientists working with local fishermen have discover that attaching green lights to fishing nets significantly cuts down the catch of non targeted species
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