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Gyala Peri and Namcha Barwa - Tibet. 梁逸晨/wikimedia, CC BY-SA Lü Zhi, Peking University It was a chilly February day. Dangwen and his wildlife monitoring team patrolled along the upper reaches of...
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Also the ape-human split happened much earlier than assumed.
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I'm devastated and disturbed after spending the day in the mountains of Nepal's Sindhupalchowk District with Dr Fahim Rahim. He chartered a private helicopter to deliver food and plastic tarps to several remote villages, which have been completely flattened by the earthquake. Today I realised that most professional journalists and bloggers (including myself) have gotten it so wrong. The story of the Nepal earthquake is not about the rubble, it's about the people.