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12 Years a Slave wins Best Picture Oscar - Movie Balla

12 Years a Slave wins Best Picture Oscar - Movie Balla | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

The film - based on the real life account by Solomon Northup, a free man who was sold into slavery in 1841 - took home the most coveted prize of the night, and was accepted by an ecstatic cast and crew including director Steve McQueen, producer and actor Brad Pitt, and stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender and Lupita Nyong'o.
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14 Sophisticated Fall Decorating Ideas - Case Design/Remodeling Halifax

14 Sophisticated Fall Decorating Ideas - Case Design/Remodeling Halifax | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

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Maurice Meagher's curator insight, August 16, 12:29 PM

Decorating for fall doesn't only mean using pumpkins! There are plenty of sophisticated ways to decorate your home for autumn that use cozy texture and colour. Check out these sophisticated fall decorating ideas!

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Farewell to Nova Scotia - Michael Kelly - (Trad)

This popular traditional Maritime song was first documented in 1933, but is thought to have been written just before or during World War I. There are

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Farewell to Nova Scotia - Michael Kelly - (Trad)
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Chamomile: Benefits, Uses and Recipe

Chamomile: Benefits, Uses and Recipe | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
Learn more about chamomile and why it still remains an excellent choice for enhancing health and well-being.

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Recovering Intellectual Ancestors

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"Andrea Wulf's new book The Invention of Nature reveals the extraordinary life of the visionary German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) and how he created the way we understand nature today. Though almost forgotten today, his name lingers everywhere from the Humboldt Current to the Humboldt penguin. Humboldt was an intrepid explorer and the most famous scientist of his age. Perceiving nature as an interconnected global force, Humboldt discovered similarities between climate zones across the world and predicted human-induced climate change. Wulf traces Humboldt’s influences through the great minds he inspired in revolution, evolution, ecology, conservation, art and literature.  In The Invention of Nature Wulf brings this lost hero to science and the forgotten father of environmentalism back to life."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, April 19, 2016 4:55 PM

I was glad to find this biography of Alexander von Humboldt.  He has been described as the last great ancient geographer concerned with understanding an eclectic cosmography as well as the first modern geographer. He is honored far and wide throughout Europe and especially  Latin America for his explorations, but given that people are confused as how to categorize him and classify his contributions, today he is under-appreciated.  Geographers need to reclaim his memory and call his extensive, globetrotting work on a wide range of subjects ‘geography.’  Here are more articles and videos on the man that I feel geographers should publicly champion as their intellectual ancestor the way that biologists point to Darwin.  

 

Tags:  historicalbiogeography, book reviews.

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L'un des bracelets de la momie de Toutankhamon

L'un des bracelets de la momie de Toutankhamon | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
Ce somptueux bracelet appartenait au pharaon Toutankhamon, sorti en 1922 de l'oubli dans lequel les siècles l'avaient laissé... Le cabochon central est un magnifique lapis lazuli, de forme ronde et bombée, qui se décline dans les nuances si particulières de cette pierre semi-précieuse. "Les Égyptiens faisaient venir d'Afghanistan le lapis-lazuli, dont le bleu profond pailleté de métal évoquait le ciel nocturne étoilé mais aussi l'obscurité des eaux primordiales." La sobriété noble de la pierre se révèle - et semble même se réveiller - dans la douceur blonde du large cercle d'or dans laquelle elle est sertie. Cette "monture", d'une largeur parfaitement proportionnée, est décorée de motifs concentriques, finement et élégamment gravés. La première bande, composée de petites grenailles, est entourée de chaque côté d'une rangée "perlée" alors que lui succède un motif de vagues sans fin, qui fait scintiller la lumière de l'or. De chaque côté du cabochon se trouve une plaque d'or rectangulaire sur laquelle apparaissent clairement sept grenailles. C'est du dessous de ces plaques que partent à droite et à gauche dix rangs de sept perles d'or en forme de barillet. Afin de rompre la monotonie qu'aurait pu engendrer une suite continue de perles de même forme, elles sont séparées par une série de perles plus petites (3-4) qui mènent au fermoir d'or de forme rectangulaire également.


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DuoSkin:Functional, stylish on-skin user interfaces

DuoSkin is a fabrication process that enables anyone to create customized functional devices that can be attached directly on their skin. Using gold metal leaf,…

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This animated map shows the dramatic spread of agriculture over the last 300 years

This animated map shows the dramatic spread of agriculture over the last 300 years | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
The map, produced by Radicalcartography.net shows the amount of land given over to agriculture around the world over the three centuries leading up to the year 2000.
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Lorraine Chaffer's curator insight, July 6, 2016 4:18 AM

NSW Syllabus
Sustainable Biomes

Content focus
Students

- examine the correlation between the world’s climatic zones and spatial distributions of biomes and their capacity to support food and non-food agricultural production

-  analyse the impact humans have on biomes in an effort to produce food and increase agricultural yields

 

GeoWorld 9 NSW
Chapter 2 Biomes produce food and non food products

Chapter 3 factors affecting agricultural yields

Chapter 4 Challenges to food production and management 

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Té vs café: la rivalidad mundial de la hoja y el grano (MAPA)

Té vs café: la rivalidad mundial de la hoja y el grano (MAPA) | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
¿Qué países toman más café y cuáles más té?
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Megacities, not nations, are the world’s dominant, enduring social structures

Megacities, not nations, are the world’s dominant, enduring social structures | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

"Cities are mankind’s most enduring and stable mode of social organization, outlasting all empires and nations over which they have presided. Today cities have become the world’s dominant demographic and economic clusters."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, May 2, 2016 3:22 PM

This map is a sneak peek preview from the new book Connectography by Parag Khanna.  This main point of the book and article is that economic and social connectivity is the new driving force is of geopolitics, not just global economics.  Supply chains matter more than borders and the largest cities are the controlling nodes of those supply chains.  

 

Tags: political, globalization, urbaneconomic.

Caitlyn Scott's curator insight, June 14, 2016 1:22 AM
Rare insight into the changes of the economic climate of the world. Fantastic for use in unit focused around mapping and the changing distributions of the world by asking students to think outside the boundaries of traditional maps and what future maps could possibly look like and have them map their ideas as to why their maps look the way they do with research to enforce their ideas.
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French woman aged 91 gets PhD after 30 years. “Immigrant workers in Besancon in the second half of the 20th century.”

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Colette Bourlier, who awarded a high distinction for her thesis on immigrant workers, said it took so long because she ‘took breaks’

 

A woman aged 91 has become one of the oldest people in France to gain a PhD after she completed a thesis that she had begun three decades earlier.

Colette Bourlier was awarded the mark of “high distinction” for her work, which she successfully defended on Tuesday before a jury of the University of Franche-Comte in Besancon, eastern France.

 

“It took a bit of time to write because I took breaks,” Bourlier said, explaining the decades it took her to complete her work.

The thesis was entitled “Immigrant workers in Besancon in the second half of the 20th century.”

It drew on her own experience as a teacher in literacy programmes for immigrants in the eastern French city.

She became interested in a PhD after she retired in 1983. Normally, a PhD in France is written in three years, but Bourlier was “an extremely atypical” student, said her professor, Serge Ormaux.

“She is probably the only person who knew all the aspects in such detail and who was able to weave everything together. She backed it up with statistical analyses.”


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NUNCA ES TARDE!!! DOCTORADA A LOS 91 AÑOS Colette Bourlier ha sido calificada con «alta distinción» por su trabajo, que defendió con éxito el martes 15 de marzo ante un jurado de la Universidad de Franche-Comté en Besançon, al este de Francia.
La tesis se titula «Los trabajadores inmigrantes en Besançon en la segunda mitad del siglo XX» 
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Human impact has pushed Earth into the Anthropocene, scientists say

Human impact has pushed Earth into the Anthropocene, scientists say | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
New study provides one of the strongest cases yet that the planet has entered a new geological epoch

 

Tags: Anthropocene, development,  land use, environment, environment modify.  


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Un nuevo estudio dice que el planeta está entrando en una nueva era geológica.

El impacto humano ha empujado a la Tierra hacia el Antropoceno, dicen los científicos.

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Sally Egan's curator insight, February 21, 2016 4:30 PM

Good discussion for syllabus dotpoint Human impacts on ecosystems within the HSC topic Ecosystems at Risk.

Andrea J Galan's curator insight, February 22, 2016 6:58 PM

I chose to add this article into my folder because it talks about earth entering a new geological epoch. This is exciting yet scary news because it's mostly pollution that justifies /proves the new epoch. The news is exciting because it's something that we are currently experiencing. The evidence that proves the geological epoch on the other hand is terrifying. It just goes to show how awful we have been treating our planet like if the next generation is going to be finding fossils in plastic bags that is a problem.

nukem777's curator insight, June 2, 2016 7:21 AM
Thought we were still officially in the Holocene...did I miss a memo?
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Christopher Payne

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Christopher Payne specializes in architectural photography and the large format documentation of America's industrial heritage. Trained as an architect, he is fascinated by design, assembly, and the built form. His first book, New York’s Forgotten Substations: The Power Behind the Subway (Princeton Architectural Press, 2002), offered dramatic, rare views of the behemoth machines that are hidden behind modest facades in New York City. His second book, Asylum: Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals (MIT Press, 2009), which includes an essay by the renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks, was the result of a seven-year survey of America’s vast and largely shuttered state mental institutions. Payne’s new book, North Brother Island: The Last Unknown Place in New York City (Fordham University Press, 2014), explores an uninhabited island of ruins in the East River. Payne’s photographs invoke the former grandeur of the site over different seasons, capturing hints of buried streets and infrastructure now reclaimed by nature, while also providing a unique glimpse into a city’s future without people.

Payne’s recent work, including a series in progress on the American textile industry, has veered away from the documentation of the obsolete towards a celebration of craftsmanship and small-scale manufacturing that are persevering in the face of global competition and evolutions in industrial processes. Nearing completion is Making Steinway: An American Workplace, a tour through the famous Steinway & Sons piano factory in Astoria, Queens. Here a team of skilled workers creates exquisite instruments considered to be some of the finest in the world. Payne captures moments of the choreographies of production, and inspects the parts and pieces of the instruments that will never be visible outside of the factory, telling a story of intricacy, precision, and care he fears is becoming all too rare in the American workplace.

Payne has been awarded grants from the Graham Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the New York Foundation for the Arts. His work has been featured in publications around the world and several times in special presentations by the New York Times Magazine.

 


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Lost Mozart-Salieri Composition Found in Prague | LUXUO

Lost Mozart-Salieri Composition Found in Prague | LUXUO | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

This discovery might shed more light on the music world's most famously hyped rivalry - and offer some lessons for current pop stars.


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Este descubrimiento podría arrojar más luz sobre la rivalidad más famoso de traída y llevada al mundo de la música - y ofrecer algunas lecciones para las estrellas del pop actuales

.Hush Ahora, Kanye West. A diferencia de la autoproclamada "genio de la música" y los compañeros Taylor Swift y Wiz Khalifa, nunca vamos a tener que leer sobre este maestro compositor y su rival en 140 caracteres o menos (que seguiremos Twitter este cabo, aunque!). Cree que se han perdido, un esfuerzo de colaboración de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart y enemigo muy publicitado Antonio Salieri ha llegado recientemente a la luz en la colección de reserva del Museo Nacional Checo. El documento original debe ser vale mucho más que su peso en oro, pero no hay una palabra en ese momento.

"Es una composición conjunta de Mozart y Salieri, un libreto de Lorenzo Da Ponte puso a la música", dijo la portavoz Checa Museo Nacional Sarka Dočkalová, añadiendo que se llevaría a cabo el martes en una conferencia de prensa en Praga. Es la colaboración sólo se conoce entre los supuestos rivales y es sin duda el único que sobrevive.

El descubrimiento es especialmente interesante a la luz de una leyenda descontado por los historiadores: el italiano Salieri se decía que fatalmente envenenado a Mozart por celos sobre el talento del niño prodigio de Austria. La leyenda probablemente surge de la rivalidad entre las escuelas de Alemania e Italia de la música en la corte del imperio austrohúngaro.

Apareció por primera vez en el drama poético del siglo 19 de Alexander Pushkin Mozart y Salieri, el rumor fue ofrecido más adelante en el juego y la película de 1984 de Amadeus, que los historiadores dicen que la rivalidad muy exagerada de Salieri con Mozart.

La película fue rodada en la capital checa, donde Mozart pasó un tiempo considerable en el siglo 18 como lo era entonces parte del Imperio.

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MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY creates hyper-thin ‘minima | maxima’

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MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY has created ‘minima | maxima’, a site specific installation made of ultra-thin powdered aluminum in astana, kazakhstan.

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Fun #Murals by Reskate Contain Hidden #Glow-In-The-Dark #Surprises. #art #streetart 

Fun #Murals by Reskate Contain Hidden #Glow-In-The-Dark #Surprises. #art #streetart  | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
Here's a fun series of murals from Spanish art and design studio Reskate Arts & Crafts, each containing a hidden second artwork that appears only at night. The glow-in-the-dark pieces utilize a photoluminescent paint that glows for up to 12 hours. You can see more of their work over on Behance. (via

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George Michael ‎"Older"

Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou (25 June 1963 – 25 December 2016), known professionally as George Michael, was an English singer, songwriter, and record producer, who rose to fame as a member (with Andrew Ridgeley) of the music duo Wham!. He was best known in the 1980s and 1990s with his style of post-disco dance-pop, with best-selling songs such as "Last Christmas" and "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go". Michael sold more than 100 million records worldwide. His 1987 debut solo album, Faith, sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. Michael garnered seven number one singles in the UK and eight number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US, including "Careless Whisper" and "Freedom! '90". He ranks among the best-selling British acts of all time, with Billboard magazine ranking him the 40th most successful artist to ever live. Michael won numerous music awards throughout his 30-year career, including three Brit Awards—winning Best British Male twice, four MTV Video Music Awards, four Ivor Novello Awards, three American Music Awards, and two Grammy Awards from eight nominations. In 2004, the Radio Academy named Michael the most played artist on British radio during the period 1984–2004. The documentary A Different Story, released in 2005, covered his career and personal life. In 2006, Michael announced his first tour in 15 years, the worldwide 25 Live tour, spanning three individual tours over the course of three years (2006, 2007 and 2008). In 2016, Michael announced a second documentary on his life entitled Freedom, set to be released in March 2017. On 25 December 2016, Michael passed away at his Oxfordshire home at the age of 53.

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Manu National Park | Photographer: Charlie Hamilton James

Manu National Park | Photographer: Charlie Hamilton James | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

Manu was my second story for the year long National Geographic series on National Parks. Remote and inaccessible, Manu ranges from the Peruvian Andes down into lowland rainforest and is the world's most bio-diverse national park. The subject of the coverage however was predominantly Manu's indigenous people. I spent weeks inside the park living with the Machiguenga in the communities of Yomibato and Tayakome. The lead image was one of Yoina (age 9) with her pet saddleback tamarin on her head. Many of the people I met on the assignment had only come into 'contact' days before I shot their portraits (at left and others similar in the gallery). Manu was a passion project as I have been visiting it for over twenty years.


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Foto de una indígena del parque Nacional del Manu (Perú)
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Hallan en Israel un tesoro de monedas con nombres de los reyes macabeos

Hallan en Israel un tesoro de monedas con nombres de los reyes macabeos | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
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Un tesoro de monedas de cobre y plata con los nombres de los reyes macabeos, que data d…

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Embedded nanoparticles clear the way for smart glass devices

Embedded nanoparticles clear the way for smart glass devices | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
Scientists have incorporated light-emitting nanoparticles into glass so that it remains almost perfectly transparent, but glows brightly when stimulated. This new "hybrid glass" may one day be used to create new smart glass devices, including smart 3D displays and remote radiation sensors.

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Mark Warren's curator insight, June 9, 2016 9:51 AM
This new "hybrid glass" may one day be used to create new smart glass devices, including smart 3D displays and remote radiation sensors.
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Fallece Morley Safer, veterano corresponsal de CBS News

Fallece Morley Safer, veterano corresponsal de CBS News | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
Retirado la semana pasada después de 50 años en la cadena, tenía 84 años
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For First Time In 130 Years, More Young Adults Live With Parents Than With Partners

For First Time In 130 Years, More Young Adults Live With Parents Than With Partners | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it

"For the first time in more than 130 years, Americans ages 18-34 are more likely to live with their parents than in any other living situation, according to a new analysis by the Pew Research Center.  Less educated young adults are also more likely to live with their parents than are their college-educated counterparts — no surprise, Pew notes, given the financial prospects in today's economy.  Black and Hispanic young people, compared with white people, are in the same situation.  But the overall trend is the same for every demographic group — living with parents is increasingly common.  Still, young Americans are still less likely to live with their parents than their European counterparts, Pew says.


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I find that the best statistics have great explanatory power, make sense when placed in the right context, and STILL manage to leave you amazed.  These stats fit that bill for me and as the school year is ending, it's a milestone that doesn't mean what it did for generations past.  32.1% of young adults in the U.S live with parents, and 48.1% of young adults in the European Union Union live with parents.   

 

Questions to Ponder: What are some contributing factors to this trend in the United States and Europe?  What does this say about housing costs, economic, and cultural conditions? 

 

Tags: socioeconomic, housingstatisticspopulation, cultural norms, culture.

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Dr. Venus of the World Space Patrol Has Died - Amazing Stories

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Visualizing the Global Economy

Visualizing the Global Economy | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
The graphic above (Voronoi diagram) represents the relative size of each country’s economy in terms of nominal GDP: the larger the area, the larger the size of the economy. The areas are further divided into three sectors: services, industrial, and agricultural. The US economy is mostly composed of companies engaged in providing services (79.7% compared to the global average of 63.6%), while agriculture and industry make up smaller-than-average of portions of the economy (1.12% and 19.1% compared to averages of 5.9% and 30.5%).

 

Tags: globalization, industry, economic, visualization.


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VISUALIZANDO LA ECONOMÍA GLOBAL
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Ivan Ius's curator insight, March 4, 2016 10:18 AM
Geographic Thinking Concepts: Patterns & Trends; Interrelationships
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Quem e como está dentro?! 
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This Photographer Uses Real Animals for Her Surreal Portraits

This Photographer Uses Real Animals for Her Surreal Portraits | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
Katerina Plotnikova is a photographer based in Moscow, Russia, who creates beautiful dreamlike portraits of models getting up close and personal with all k

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KATERINA PLOTNIKOVA FOTÓGRAFA RESIDENTE EN MOSCU RUSIA CREÓ HERMOSAS FOTOGRAFÍAS CON ANIMALES REALES Y MODELOS. HERMOSAS COMPOSICIONES.

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#Kissing #Animals Prove That Kisses Aren’t Just For People #art #love #photography #valentinesday

#Kissing #Animals Prove That Kisses Aren’t Just For People #art #love #photography #valentinesday | What about? What's up? Qué pasa? | Scoop.it
Is true love the dominion of people alone, or can animals love, too? After all, there are many examples of animals that mate for life: crows, swans, wolves, gibbons. So if animals can fall in love, maybe they also like smooching their beloved? On Valentine's Day, it's ok to suspend your disbelief!

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Entonces si los animales también pueden enamorarse, estas fotos prueban que los besos no solo se dan entre humanos .

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