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of the wonders that went on Auction at the most recent Bonhams
Natural History Auction in Los Angeles.
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about the history-making commitment by a Brazilian governor to
create a series of 5 conservation easements that guarantee the
continued existence of the largest contiguous tropical rainforest in
Fonseco continues . . .
he talks about the new political will emerging in South America in
response to the land grabs that have ripped apart so much of the
native habitats and affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of
Brazilian people, and threatened to remove one of the most
significant CO2 filters on earth.
of the newly designated protected tropical rainforests of Brazil.
about the most recent Natural History Auction which set record high
prices for natural history wonders.
51-million-year-old specimen of 22 dinosaur eggs which brought a record high
price for a natural history object at auction.
and Butterfields Natural History Auction Online Catalogue