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300 days. That's how long I will live in Lima, Peru as I study Spanish, Peruvian literature, politics, history and international journalism at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. I began my international travels last summer, with a two week trip to India. After living and reporting in New Delhi, a city of 24 million, I feel I can live and travel anywhere. Thanks for following my journey from the Midwest to the Andes Mountains.



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    I know jaguars are dangerous, but part of me really wants to see them in the wild. This photo captures so much of the animal’s beautiful features. 
nationalgeographicmagazine:

PHOTOGRAPH BY VINCENT J. MUSI
JaguarPanthera onca Revered as a god by the ancient Aztec and Maya, the most powerful predator in Central and South America weighs up to 250 pounds. It’s the third largest cat, after tigers and lions.Estimated wild population: At least 10,000Population in zoos: 365Status: Near threatened

    I know jaguars are dangerous, but part of me really wants to see them in the wild. This photo captures so much of the animal’s beautiful features. 

    nationalgeographicmagazine:

    PHOTOGRAPH BY VINCENT J. MUSI

    Jaguar
    Panthera onca
    Revered as a god by the ancient Aztec and Maya, the most powerful predator in Central and South America weighs up to 250 pounds. It’s the third largest cat, after tigers and lions.
    Estimated wild population: At least 10,000
    Population in zoos: 365
    Status: Near threatened

    — 2 years ago with 200 notes
    #jaguar  #cats  #south america  #travel  #peru  #national geographic  #beauty 
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