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10,000 Critically Endangered Frogs Have Suddenly Died In Peru's Lake Titicaca
Activists have pinpointed severe water pollution as the primary culprit.
10 Great Lakeside Getaways
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Bolivia's Majestic Scenery In 11 Stunning Photos
That Time I Lived On A Floating Grass Island With A Quechua Family
Wanderluster, Destination Photographer, Photo Anthropologist, ...
I had no idea what to expect when I got there and it was like a fantasy world where everything was made out of grass and dyed neon colors.
Weaving Natural Resources Into Family Wealth
Living at such a high elevation (12,549 feet) near Juliaca in the Andes Mountains, in a climate at once subtropical and highland, they work outside from freezing dark predawn, through the harsh heat of the day.
Archaeologists Find 1,500-Year-Old Inca Treasure
Bolivia's President Celebrates Mayan 'Apocalypse' With Tradition, Ushers In Era Of Love
6 Extraordinary Island Hopping Adventures
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Time spent exploring these often overlooked isles is guaranteed to satisfy your wanderlust, no matter how bad the itch.
Bolivia and Peru
As a designer, exploring the world is vital. The people who color their world in beautiful clothing and ornaments, who live simple farmers' lives and never stop smiling, offer a dose of clarity to such a clouded westernized conscience.
Life On A Floating Peruvian Island (PHOTOS)
Far from the mainstream tourism circuit, dozens of islands handmade from native totoro reeds float off the Peruvian shores of Lake Titicaca.
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Yes, Virginia, There Is a Lake Titicaca
Environmental Attorney and Author
The thought of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service spending $25,000 to help convince a Peruvian fisherman not to turn Kermit la Rana into Kermit the Viagra Cocktail leaves me needing a stiff drink.
Lake Titicaca Is Full of Sh*t
Journalist, author of 'Unworthy,' 'Party of One', and 'Stuck.'
No, really. It is. According to Peru's Environment Ministry, over 12 million cubic meters of raw sewage are dumped into Lake Titicaca every year.
Meeting a Shaman on Lake Titicaca
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