Rapidly breeding ‘Cocaine Hippos’ a real threat, scientists say

Scientists say Colombia must cull its so-called “cocaine hippos” that roam the Magdalena river basin.

First hippo born in the Animaya zoo

Mérida, Yucatán (April 13, 2020).- Near the 10th anniversary of Animaya, the zoo was happy.

Rethinking Invasives: How Escobar’s Colombian Hippos Help Reevaluate Introduced Species

When thinking of the term, ‘invasive species’, it’s unlikely that you imagine innocent, harmless creatures.

Pablo Escobar’s hippos become a danger in Colombia

These animals that weigh three tons can be aggressive and in Africa, they kill more.

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Prisms of Light and Health: Live the experience Monday, Dec. 6 at Palacio de la Musica

InnovandoportuSalud in collaboration with Arca de Noé Therapeutic Community present the concert "PRISMA DE LUZ Y SALUD DE ATHELLA"! by…

Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Illinois receives thousands of pilgrims every year

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British newspaper The Guardian says drug gangs fight have turned Cancun into a battlefield

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Mexican airline Interjet plans to restart in 2022 with 10 airplanes

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COVID cases found on Norwegian Cruise ship returning to New Orleans

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