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Year: 2009
Architectural features of houses are frequently loaded with meanings expressing fundamental values embedded in social relations
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Oral tradition has become a domain of great interest to scholars of different disciplines of knowledge such as literature, psychology, anthropology, and philosophy
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The base of the knowledge of mountains lies in the deep understanding of their power related to sacred and various dimensions of sacred themes
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Year: 2009
Salmon are inherently resilient species
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Nepal hosts great wetlands diversity covering a total of 7, 43,756 ha, which represents 5 % of the total landmass of the country
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Year: 2009
Mankind has always been the most important as well as destructive element of biodiversity, but thanks to foresightedness, has practiced worshipping and conserving nature in the past through sacred groves
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Year: 2009
In the borderlands of the United States and Mexico, a diversity of ecosystems and wildlife converge
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Year: 2009
Historically, the Han Chinese forcibly displaced Kam people from the best agricultural land
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Year: 2009
Mountains cover 24 percent of the global land area and affect half the human population
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Year: 2008
Poverty is about politics
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