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2012-06-28 10:28:27

New method would offer more biologically relevant definition of seasons Elephant movement in response to changes in rainfall patterns can be used to determine biologically relevant boundaries between seasons, as opposed to commonly used arbitrary definitions of seasons. The full report is published June 27 in the open access journal PLoS ONE. Elephant movement patterns are known to be affected by seasonal changes in rainfall. In different years, though, rainfall patterns can vary, and...

2010-11-03 08:35:00

NEW YORK, Nov. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Amarula Cream has long embraced the "giving spirit" through their commitment to elephant research and conservation efforts in South Africa. As the holidays approach, an indulgent, celebratory drink is in order. Amarula Cream ($19.99) rises to the occasion in the most luscious, delicious way. This delectably exotic liqueur is best enjoyed over ice to bring out its complex, layered flavors of lychee and caramel offset by subtle, bright citrus notes....

2009-11-17 08:02:00

BALTIMORE, Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Amarula Cream, a flagship liqueur of South Africa, has joined forces with Esquire Magazine this fall to craft a unique line of exotic bachelor cocktails for the 2009 Esquire SOHO Apartment. Crafted by Master Mixologist Alex Ott, Amarula Cream's new "exotic cocktails" were presented to attendees of Esquire's "Ultimate Bachelor Pad" in New York City, including celebrity guests at a series of red carpet charity events. To view the Multimedia News Release, go...

2009-02-03 08:00:00

A Treasured Spirit, Amarula Cream is Committed to Sustainable Harvesting and Community Care in South Africa NEW YORK, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Considered one of Africa's botanical treasures, the Marula tree has been an essential source of nutrition for thousands of years, and is the source of Amarula Cream Liqueur. Often called the "Elephant Tree," the Marula harvest attracts herds of elephants which migrate hundreds of miles to indulge in its precious fruit from mid-January through mid-March....

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