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My grandfather told the story of Tulupele, the giant caterpillar. The Wayana and the Apalaï wanted to go to rock Asimiliku, but whenever one of them left he was said...
This is the first time I have ever felt the cold in Guiana. At an altitude of 2,800 metres the first rays of the sun just barely warm our layers...
“Each minute that goes by only strengthens my determination to escape, despite all the possible dangers. We are too young and too full of determination to allow our future to...
Cayenne fishmarket. Snapper: 6 euros 50. “Are you the one who caught it, or did you buy it?” The seller hesitates before answering: “I bought it. From Cogumer.” Cogumer and...
Hugo El loco Wikileaks reveals the astounding and unexpected information that liberal democracies do not like Hugo Chávez! Alvaro Uribe, the former Colombian President, compared him to Hitler, whilst Jean-David...
Whilst man has not yet settled the question to his satisfaction, for the howler monkey it is clearly essence which precedes existence. The character and innermost nature of the red...
Overfishing: worldwide depletion of fish stocks Pessimistic models predict a catastrophic drop in stocks. After a period of strong growth after the Second World War, fish production has stagnated around...
At the break of dawn, and amidst many multicoloured wooden two-mast tapouilles facing the Mahury, we get on board the launch to Grand Connétable island nature reserve. Today we are...
Marine biodiversity issues at stake With 11 million square kilometres of territorial waters, France has the second largest maritime area in the world, spread over four different oceans: the Atlantic,...
Seabird guano has long been used as an agricultural fertiliser, probably since pre-Columbian days. This fertiliser, containing all sorts of organic materials, among which animal bones, was very widely used...
For a long while the oil* buried deep beneath the ocean bed seemed to be impossible to exploit for two main reasons: firstly because existing technologies did not make it...
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By Pierre Rostan, Bureau d’Études Géologiques TETHYS

“Few industries have prospered so rapidly as alluvial gold dredging; whilst twenty-odd years ago there were only a few rudimentary attempts, it is now a prosperous industry contributing each day to global gold production” A. Bordeaux, 1908. “Dredging is certainly one of the most serious and...
By Vincent Pelletier, bagueur-collaborateur du CRBPO/Muséum national d’histoire naturelle de Paris, co-responsable de la station STOC-Trésor, vice-président du GEPOG ; Christian Roudgé, chargé de mission au GEPOG.

The mist is beginning to disperse, allowing a few patches of blue sky to peep through. It is the beginning of a fine morning on Montagne Trésor, a few peaks along from Montagne de Kaw in the French Guianese mountain chain of the same name....
By Sébastien Linarès

In the late eighteenth century the chiefs of the Aluku and Boni tribes at the head of a small group of Maroon slaves left the region of the Cottica River east of Paramaribo to take refuge on the Maroni. Around 1791 they founded their first...
By M.Bachelet

You could call him “the last of the Saramaka”, though in fact he is better known by the name of Papa Taki, and the final survivor of a period when the Approuague was peopled by the Saramaka. During the great Rosewood period there were nearly...
By Jonas Kill-Nielsen

Perhaps you have already noticed the colourful mobiles levitating above Rorota. But who are the people who, come the weekend, enjoy the beach 300 metres up in the air? A paraglider flight starts in the office. Every pilot has their own set of signals. If...
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