The tropical fruit is a daily food staple in cultures where the tree grows, including Hawaii, the Caribbean and Central America
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On a small island near Washington, D.C., Smithsonian researchers have found a genetic code that could revolutionize botany
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Less than a decade after their first contact with the outside world, the volatile Korubo of the Amazon still live in almost total isolation. Their fiercest champion, Indian tracker Sydney Possuelo, is trying to keep their world intact. But how long can he, and they, hold out?
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