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Zoom Magazine No. 14 - now mobile friendly! Print E-mail
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 Zoom Magazine No. 14 Cover

Zoom Magazine No. 14, the second 2013 edition, is now available in digital flip book format. The updated format now supports mobile devices too! Please click on the image at right or on the link below to view. Enjoy!

 

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Zoom Magazine No. 13 is now Online! Print E-mail
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Zoom Magazine No. 13

Zoom Magazine No. 13, the first 2013 edition, is now available in digital flip book format. Please click on the image at right or on the link below to view. Enjoy!

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Zoom Magazine No. 12 now online too! Print E-mail
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Zoom Magazine No. 12

Zoom Magazine No. 12, the latest edition, is now available in digital flip book format. Please click on the image at right or on the link below to view. Enjoy!

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Zoom Magazine now available online! Print E-mail
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Zoom Magazine Number 11 front cover Zoom Magazine is now available in digital flip book format. Please click on the image at right or on the link below to view. Enjoy!

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Did you feel that??? Print E-mail
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Anyone on the Nicoya Peninsula on September 16, 2010 certainly felt “that”. At 9:27am, with a roar like a low-flying 747, a 5.3 earthquake rattled the area. It was centered about 5 miles offshore from Montezuma and Cabuya and only 13 kms (8 miles) deep. Several “aftershocks” between 2.5 and 4.3 occurred over the next few days, plus many hours of barely perceptible “grumbling”. Fortunately no serious damage or injuries resulted. Two much bigger 'quakes have occurred; a 7.7 in 1950, and a 7.0 in 1990, which although frightening, caused relatively little damage, because the area was much less developed with a smaller population. Today, those same earthquakes would cause widespread property damage and injury.
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Whales killed in Cabuya Print E-mail
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Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve was the first National Park to be established in Costa Rica. In 1963, thanks to the dedication of a Swedish couple Karen Morgensen and Nicolás Wessberg, lands that had previously been farmed was left to return to its natural state for this pioneer project.
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Growing hemp for a greener world Print E-mail
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Hemp and marijuana are both classified as “Cannabis sativa”. However, industrial hemp is bred to maximize fiber, seed and/or oil, while marijuana maximizes THC, the psychoactive ingredient. Industrial hemp THC content is 0.05-1%. Marijuana THC content is 3%-20%.
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Nueves leyes Print E-mail
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New stricter laws to protect the Wildlife

Nuevas leyes más estrictas para proteger la Vida Silvestre

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