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The Tenerife giant rat (Canariomys bravoi) is an extinct specie...

wikipedia - 15 Sep 2016
The Tenerife giant rat (Canariomys bravoi) is an extinct species of rodent endemic to the island of Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, Spain. Many remains have been found during archeological digs. Most remains are from the Pleistocene. Radiocarbon dating has placed some of the finds in the late Pleistocene.
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On volcanic islands, landslides can trigger giant eruptions - 19 Jan 2018
Jan. 19 (UPI) -- New analysis of Mount Teide, the volcano on the island of Tenerife, suggests a strong link between submarine landslides and catastrophic eruptions. In fact, scientists hypothesize the collapse of island flanks could trigger massive ...
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In the Canary Islands, a good seed disperser is hard to find - 25 Apr 2018
They are imperilled by feral cats and rats brought over by humans, as well as tourism and development that destroys the wild dry scrub that constitutes their habitat. These days, the species only survive on a few inaccessible cliffs and ...
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Annotated Volcano: A Spectacular View of Tenerife From the ISS

WIRED - 29 Apr 2016
In it, you can clearly see the tallest peak in the Atlantic Ocean (Teide), but also the giant Las Cañadas caldera along with the long volcanic rifts that splay off like arms of the Canary's biggest volcano. The Canary Islands are likely caused by an ...
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Amazing holidays from East Midlands Airport for under £300

Nottingham Post - 27 Feb 2018
It's really cold outside so now is the time to start planning on that sunshine break away - and you don't need to break the bank. There are many all-inclusive deals available to suit a budget with the most popular destinations being Spain and Turkey ...
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Aldi RECALL packs of frozen veg after RAT found by customer

Daily Star - 05 Feb 2018
The supermarket giant has taken thousands of mixed veg packets off its shelves after the discovery by a Brit grandmother. Pat Bateman, 60, claims she discovered vile rodent parts in her pack while feeding her two-year-old granddaughter lunch.

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