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Howler Monkeys, Scorpions and Tarantulas, Oh My!

The pristine rainforest of Belize became the classroom for nine students in a geo-archaeology field course taught by geographer Nick Dunning.

Date: 5/28/2003
By: Marianne Kunnen-Jones
Phone: 513-556-1826
The pristine rainforest of Belize became the classroom for nine students in a geo-archaeology field course taught by geographer Nick Dunning.

Traveling during the dry season of April and May, the class camped at the Programme for Belize, a preserve about a 25-minute drive from the nearest community. They reached their headquarters for the trip after landing at the Belize City airport, driving 45 minutes on paved highway and then driving another 90 minutes on a series of dusty, crushed-limestone roads.

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