Es hora de darle un giro a tu vida. Te invito a dar el siguiente paso; sé parte de una comunidad única en el Doral y experimenta lo último en estilos de vida en el Sur de la Florida. En Canarias disfrutarás la experiencia de vivir en una comunidad segura y dinámica como ninguna otra, cercana a todo y alejada de lo demás. Todo un mundo de opciones aguarda por ti en #Canarias para que vivas como siempre lo has soñado. •
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This travertine stone is absolutely beautiful!
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We are headed back our favorite place on Earth!☀️ We order a large print of Rosemary Beach (a picture I took on one of our past trips - swipe right!) from @parabopress to hang in our bedroom. The color scheme fit the room perfectly. I love decorating with sentimental pieces!
So this has been a long (but fun!) week and holy cow do I relate to this cheetah right now. I'm pooped. But I did get to go to @naples_zoo yesterday for the first time and really loved it. Besides seeing this sleepy cheetah, they had some really amazing animals, and I was impressed by how informative their signage was, especially for some of the Florida animals that I care so deeply about, and how much they do for conservation. If you ever get the chance definitely go check it out!
Now I'm hoping for a discussion with the rest of this post. I'm posting a cheetah because I want to talk about a controversial, kinda fringe topic in conservation: re-wilding. So we can all agree that humans have absolutely caused the environment to change. Some scientists propose that to help combat these environmental changes, we should be re-introducing species that made up part of the "original ecosystem". Now, this already happens, and some cases have had great results. Reintroducing wolves and bison to Yellowstone National Park is a famous successful example, and some organizations are trying to push the rebound of our Florida Panthers as a potential way to naturally re-introduce cougars along the Eastern U.S. But the debate is what timeline we should be considering to determine the original ecosystem. .....
Some will say that anthropogenic impacts in the Americas really began at a significant level at the end of the last Ice Age 12,000 years ago. Megafauna were roaming the American plains, and human hunting is believed to be a major cause of their extinction, and some conservationists promote re-introducing megafauna back in America, with restoring the original cheetahs that used to roam the plains and hunt pronghorn antelope as one of the proposed species. Now, the technology is just not there right there to "de-extinct" the original species, but they do suggest using surrogate species, similar species that could bring the same ecological service; mainly, this would be translocating African megafauna back to the Americas. Continued in comments...
David Cypkin was born in #Miami, #Florida on November 10, 1978. He attended the Florida State School of Motion Picture Television and Recording Arts. He is a longtime collaborator with Alfred Spellman and Billy Corben, who formed rakontur in 2003. He is an editor and producer of most of rakontur's documentaries, including Cocaine Cowboys, The U, Square Grouper, Limelight, The Tanning of America, Dawg Fight, Screwball, and Magic City Hustle.