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Investing in management and protection for our forests is more important than spending milions of euros on measures that seek to alliviate the effects of wildfires.
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© José Vicente Bernabeu «When I came back from Gombe I explained to the academia in Cambridge that chimpanzees use tools, like us, and
Stuart Clark has made contributions for newspapers, radio and television and he writes popular science books that have been