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- Mapping Questions Latin American Phyisiography
- 5. What are the highlands in the northern portion of South America that separate. Venezuela, Suriname, and French Guiana from Brazil?
- High resolution reconstruction of late Holocene climate variability of
- Guiana Highlands of northeastern South America.
- Some hylid frogs from the Guiana Highlands, northeastern South
- Some hylid frogs from the Guiana Highlands, northeastern South America: new species, distributional records, and a generic reallocation.
- Andes Mountains and Maracaibo Lowlands in northwest; central plains (llanos); Guiana Highlands in southeast. Climate.
- Iwatsukia bifida (Cephaloziaceae, Marchantiophyta), a Guyana
- Guyana Highland species new to Central America Abstract: The range of Iwatsukia bifida (Fulford) R.M. Schust.
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- Whitehead didn't fear our dark side
- But a nurse with horrific tales of mutilation and poisoning diverted his academic interests to kanaimas, "dark shamans" of the Guyana highlands who committed highly ritualized murders.
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- Guyana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Guyana was a former colony of the Dutch and (for over 200 years) of the British. .
- Guiana Highlands – FREE Guiana Highlands information
- The Pacaraima Mts., which culminate in Mt. Roraima (9219 ft/2810 m high) on the Venezuela-Guyana-Brazil border, form the highest section of the highlands.
- Talk:Guyanese Highlands - Wikitravel
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