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Species Profile: Maned Wolf

Posted by on 12:56 pm in South America, Wildlife & Nature | 1 comment

Species Profile: Maned Wolf

The sole species in its genus, the maned wolf is unlike other canids. It has extremely long legs making it the tallest of the wild dogs. Also known as the skunk wolf, it terriorial marking has a pungent odor.

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Why I Hate Machu Picchu

Posted by on 8:22 am in Featured, Fossils & Archaeology, South America | 41 comments

Why I Hate Machu Picchu

The backdrop of Machu Picchu has become something like a “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign where tourists continue to take the monotonous iconic selfie in front of the long lost city which is now heavily dotted with the brightly colored clothing of tourists much like the lights on a Christmas tree. The whole Machu Picchu experience has sadly become no more authentic then shaking hands with Elvis in Sin City.

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