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Twin jaguar cubs born for the first time in more than a century in Argentina, and twin volcanic eruptions at the same time in the Galapagos Islands. Plus, how about a trip for two to Patagonia this December? Here's the Lost World newsletter for the month of July.

Ibera Wetlands

How this conservation project is bringing missing animal species back to Argentina

On June 6th, two jaguar cubs were born in the Iberá National Park in Argentina -- the first new jaguars born in over a century. Last November, the park gained over 103,000 acres thanks to a donation from the Tompkins Conservation. These two landmark achievements in the Iberá wetlands are hopeful indications that the park is flourishing under the new focus on conservation.

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Volcanic eruption

Twin volcanoes erupt simultaneously in the Galapagos Islands

Ferdinandina Island's La Cumbre volcano in the Galapagos Islands began erupting on June 16th. Ten days later, the islands endured 15 quakes in less than 24 hours, causing the Sierra Negra volcano on Isabela Island to also begin erupting. Visitors to the Galapagos Islands can now witness the volcanoes erupt simultaneously as lava flows into the sea and causes impressive plumes of smoke.

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Luxury mountain views over the holidays at Explora Patagonia

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Torres del Paine is one of the most coveted travel spots of 2018, especially during the December holiday season. The absolutely stunning views of Lake Pehoe and the Paine Ridge mountains are not to be missed. Luckily for you, we have three rooms available at Explora Patagonia, a luxury resort unlike any other hotel in Torres del Paine. You will enjoy six nights, from December 21st to December 27th, 2018, in the tranquil atmosphere of the lake and mountains. Each room can accommodate two people. Interested? Contact us before space runs out.

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