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Human activity has degraded more than a THIRD of the remaining Amazon rainforest, report reveals

Scientists frequently warn about deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.  But a lesser-known process called ‘degradation’ – where trees have been affected…

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A cosy hotel, an epic waterfall, stunning castles: A joyous exploration of the North Pennines

A thundering waterfall that’ll shake your boots, a stay in a cosy hotel with crackling fires, plus stunning castles and…

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Discovering the mysteries of the Great Lakes by cruise ship and SUBMARINE

Milwaukee is not the most glamorous place to begin a cruise. It’s an unpretentious, mid-size, blue-collar city lying on the…

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Hidden ancient trenches known as holloways which crisscross Britain’s countryside

The ‘forgotten world’ of Britain’s ‘Middle Earth’ sunken lanes: How hidden ancient trenches known as holloways crisscross Britain’s countryside and…

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Tiny one-bed house that is just 3ft wide at its narrowest point goes on sale for £200,000 

A miniature house built in an alleyway is up for sale for £200,000 despite its ground floor being the size of…

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People share hilarious examples of copy-and-paste jobs that went horribly wrong 

Don’t forget to proof read! People share hilarious examples of copy-and-paste jobs that went horribly wrong By Claire Toureille For…

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A guide to experiencing Japan’s famous cherry blossom season, from cruise holidays to escorted tours

Japan is back with a bang – or should I say, an elegant puff of pink. This spring is the…

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