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Times Staff WriterMention this tiny island nation off the tip of the Malay Peninsula and Americans may envision a prim, repressive society that puts drug dealers to death, censors movies and TV, and fines ordinary citizens for chewing gum. That's unfortunate, because this...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCORDOVA, Alaska -- A year after the Exxon Valdez ground onto a reef in the middle of a frigid March night in 1989, unleashing the worst environmental disaster in U.S history, a striking thing happened. Amid oil-blinded sea otters and beached whales and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe Interior Department on Wednesday designated the polar bear as threatened with extinction because of shrinking sea ice, making it the first creature added to the endangered species list primarily because of global warming. The designation under the...
South African wildlife photographers and authors Dereck and Beverly Joubert have worked in some of Africa's most remote areas for more than 25 years, recording the life cycles and decline of some of the continent's most iconic animals, in the process...
Tags: Disc Jockeys, Africa, Tiger (animal), Endangered Species, India
The U.S. Commerce Department came, it saw (or at least heard), and now it gets to decide whether to allow the Foothill South toll road to be built even though the project was rejected by the state. The Bush administration has displayed a generally...
Frank Eddy pulled off his dusty boots and slid into a chair, taking his place at the dining room table where most of the critical family issues are hashed out. Spreading hands as dry and cracked as the orchards he tends, the stout man his mates call...
Tags: Pears, Suicide, Australia, Science, Natural Resources
Environmental activist George Wolfe has always believed the best way to know a river is to kayak it. So when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently designated the entire Los Angeles River a "traditional navigable waterway," he organized an...
The Muppets are preparing to move in at Busch Gardens. The Tampa theme park plans to open its Sesame Street Safari of Fun area with a small roller coaster, water elements, playground and photo ops in March. A tour of the construction zone last week...
Compared with my socially active colleagues in the Orlando Sentinel's intrepid Theme Park Rangers, I don't find too many reasons to venture inside our world-class attractions. I made an exception on a recent vacation and scooted out to Epcot to witness...
I say go with it, man. That's my best advice. Remember, a pun can't kill you. Not even a bunch of puns can gang up on you, although you might want to die from groaning. I mean, you didn't expect high-brow entertainment when you bought a ticket to...
Walt Disney World is extending, enhancing and invigorating the Haunted Mansion queue at Magic Kingdom. It's a work in progress, and if this were a full-blown attraction and not just the queue, we would say it's in the "soft opening" phase. For the past...
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