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Saving the Cayman Islands’ Blue Iguanas…

Fred Burton helped rescue the Cayman Islands blue iguana from the brink of extinction. (Joseph Linder Photography/) When Fred Burton arrived in the Cayman Islands from Cambridge University in 1979, the research assistant set his sights on one animal: the mosquito. But one day, while he conducted a mosquito-control survey, ...

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7 Lures for Boulder Fields…

Because bass often cruise these areas looking for fewer, larger meals (like one or two lobsters instead of a couple dozen peanut bunker), large lures are often the ticket. A diving metal-lip plug like a Beachmaster Cowboy brings a large profile and a lazy tail-wagging action right to the top ...

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The Pearl Yachts 62 Shines At Sea…

This bird’s-eye view illustrates the three well-appointed alfresco zones found on the Pearl 62. (Courtesy Pearl Yachts/) The Pearl 62 is an eminently practical family yacht. It replaces the 65 as the entry-level model in the UK-based company’s three-model portfolio, which includes the Pearl 80 and the Pearl 95. The ...

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General Tso’s Fish Recipe…

A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a great recipe for General Tso’s Chicken. The sauce was amazing, far superior to any I’ve ever been served at a Chinese restaurant. It was sticky, sweet, tangy, spicy, salty, and jam-packed with garlic and fresh ginger. It was so good that I ...

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