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PAV Events producer Pablo Pou selects US based companies DMD S7UDIOS, Laser Net and Billion Jelly Bloom to bring Electric Paradise's vision to life.
Country and course take top honors in World Golf Awards' Caribbean categories DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, Dec.
Blue Santa visits the Dominican Republic to share a Canadian Christmas CALGARY, Dec.
Produced by Pablo Pou, the event will gather international renowned DJs such as Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Martin Garrix and Blasterjaxx.
LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com launched a new promotion for international top ups to Viva Dominican Republic.
MONTE CRISTI, Dominican Republic, Oct.
The new website launched in Dominican Republic offers electronics and software from Siborg Systems Inc.
WestJetters building communities in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic CALGARY, Sept.
LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com announces a special offer to help everyone living abroad keep a close relationship with family and friends back home: 10% rate decrease to call mobiles in the Dominican
STAUNTON, Va., Aug.
Leptofoenus pittfieldae is an extinct species of wasp that lived during the Miocene Burdigalian stage. It was found encased in amber from the island of Hispaniola. This species was described by studying one individual that was found in a piece of amber, mined by the La Toca mine group in the Dominican Republic. Although amber is abundantly mined in that area, no other individuals of this species have been found. The specimen is now located in the University of Kansas Natural History Museum in...
The Hispaniolan Solenodon (Solenodon paradoxus), also known as the Haitian Solenodon or Agouta, is a solenodon found only on the island of Hispaniola, part of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Currently, the solenodon may only be surviving in two places in the Dominican Republic: Jaragua and Del Este National Parks. Its presence in Los Haitises National Park is inferred but unconfirmed. It was discovered in 1833. The Hispaniolan Solenodon belongs to the order Soricomorpha and the family...
Mutillidae or velvet ants, also known as cow killers, are not ants but a type of wasp. They get their name from the hair that grows on their back. The hair ranges from red and black to completely white. Their shell is very tough, providing protection against wasp and bee stings. The males have wings, but the females are completely wingless. It is wrongly said that their venom is powerful enough to kill a cow, hence the nickname "cow killers." The earliest-known velvet ants are believed...
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