Five people have now died in the construction of Brazil’s World Cup stadiums, while a sixth has died from a heart attack on the job
Broadcasters want the 2am GMT kick-off brought forward while fans have been warned that 'it is possible to meet alligators at night' in the Amazonian city
Brazil’s largest city is not a place to linger
Arthur Virgilio admitted that he'd prefer to have a 'better' team playing in his city
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There’s no place in the world quite like Australia. And no place like Queensland to experience the very best of it.
It sounds like a riddle devised by Rudyard Kipling: how can the tiny Gardiner’s frog of the Seychelles hear sounds without the benefit of a middle ear?
'In Byron Bay, I walked through lush vegetation straight down to the beach'
Ecuador's president Rafael Correa is abandoning his ambitious ambitious plan to persuade rich nations to pay his country not to drill for oil in an unspoiled Amazon rainforest preserve.
Andy Warhol’s set for RainForest – a group of silver helium pillows, suspended in the air or floating free – started out as an art installation.
Being on an expedition is about deprivation Whether its trekking through the jungles in Peru or hiking up Kilimanjaro, you really value the resources you have: one pair of pants, limited rations of food, limited battery power. My trips also remind me what I have left behind. Once I'm back home, I'll really value what I have, until I start to become complacent – then I'll go off around the world again.
Bank launches audit as outcry grows over links to Malaysian logging companies
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My book on migration, The Mara Crossing, took seven years. I put the birds and animals first, so their dangerous journeys could show that the drive to find better living conditions is universal and that human migration, a burning political topic everywhere today, is as natural as that of animals. Both are done to survive, both are part of the self-renewing nature of all life.
Private reserves, colourful casitas and boutique retreats
'Memories are made when travelling, not when you're chained to a desk'
Experts have queried accounts of a Yorkshire housewife who claims she was raised by a troop of capuchin monkeys after being abducted as a child.