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Life in water and mud: Colombians fed up with constant flooding

Rosiris Berrio moves around her flooded home, where beds and furniture has been placed on a system of raised planks. The Berrio family moves around their home on raised planks, upon which their beds and furniture have been raised, to avoid the knee-high, murky waters that have invaded their modest brick house. For the fourth

How much of Venus’s atmosphere is coming from volcanoes?

Editors’ notes This article has been reviewed according to Science X’s editorial process and policies. Editors have highlighted the following attributes while ensuring the content’s credibility: fact-checked trusted source proofread by Andy Tomaswick, Universe Today Credit: NASA There’s a lot we don’t know about the planet nearest to us. Venus is shrouded in clouds, making speculation

Analyzing cost and profitability of specialty coffee in Central America

Specialty-conventional (SC) and organic coffee cost production structure by activity (excluding overhead noncash costs) in Honduras and El Salvador. Credit: HortTechnology (2022). DOI: 10.21273/HORTTECH05028-22 In Honduras and El Salvador, coffee (Coffea arabica) is one of the leading agricultural exports, and the share of specialty coffee is growing each year. However, despite the importance of specialty

Wild Asian elephants display unique puzzle solving skills

A camera trap screenshot captured a bull elephant interacting with one of the puzzle boxes in the Salakpra Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand. The configuration of the puzzle box is a push door at the top, pull door in the middle, and a slide door at the bottom. Credit: The Comparative Cognition for Conservation Lab, Dept of

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