Okay, that’s just the buzzing story today, even if it made it in the newspapers since a few weeks already, but just in case you didn’t know, a new unexplored forest area was discovered thanks to googlemaps some time ago, and Kew gardens had people going collect there and naturalists were back with species unknown to science. Amazing place, though finding unknown species can be expected from many places, be it already “discovered” and “explored” or not. Since it’s been unknown to man (understand western scientific establishment), or because it revives the reality of earthly unexplored strands (and this is not a lost paradise, there are still many many places like this on this planet), but because this is the first time it was done via its most realistic map, it’s there. Actually, it’s quite cool to see pictures about the story, and you can find some here…
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