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    The American actor Jason Momoa, famous for his role as "Aquaman", the superhero who lives in the sea, raised a cry of alarm

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    Record Tourism in National Parks: 2022 Visitation Would Be the Highest in the Last 5 Years

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    US Scientists Create a Miniature ‘Sun’ that Generates Its Own Energy

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    The Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) began to formalize the first energy purchase processes from private generators with plants built and without a contract
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