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Irma: Recovery continues as Florida Keys reopens to tourists


2017-10-02
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Florida Keys residents say they feel a strong sense of community and see a fast recovery as restaurants reopen and cleanup crews remove debris caused by the powerful storm that struck the state on September 10.

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In Provence, the lavender rush of millions of bees


2020-06-30
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The buzzing of the bees, the smell of lavender, the glow of a summer morning...in Provence, beekeepers are in the midst of a migratory season, a race against time that will produce more than a thousand tons of highly desired honey.

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Mara the ex-circus elephant retires to Brazil


2020-05-15
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Mara, an Indian elephant who spent much of her life as a circus attraction in Argentina, arrives at an animal sanctuary in Brazil to start a new life at 50-something -- beginning with a celebratory frolic in the dirt.

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What's the buzz? Happy locked-down Roman bees to tell all


2020-05-14
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While most Romans found Italy's coronavirus quarantine a real buzz-kill, the city's bees had a field day. Even as Rome endured a recently ended two-month lockdown, some lucky bees residing in hives atop the headquarters of Italy's forestry unit of carabinieri were thriving.

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Booming business of the booty-ful nut of the Seychelles


2020-02-27
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It is the world's largest seed, and with a shape suggestive of a woman's hips and myths of love-making powers, the coco de mer is an icon of the Seychelles.

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Aussie croc wrangler joins Indonesia bid to save tyre-tied reptile


2020-02-14
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An Australian television personality has thrown his hat in the ring to help capture a giant Indonesian crocodile and remove a motorcycle tyre stuck around its neck. Matt Wright, host of National Geographic's "Monster Croc Wrangler" show, was on the island of Sulawesi Thursday with a team using traps baited with duck, a drone and even a harpoon in a bid to reel in the reptile.