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Other cultural sites being considered include the Valongo Wharf in Rio, the Sambor Prei Kuk archaeological sites in Cambodia, the Kujataa subarctic farming landscape in Greenland, and the landscapes of Dauria in Mongolia.
Or, maybe those two were the same parent birds that fly to Costa Rica in the winter and return to this swampy subarctic valley each spring.
A reminder that leaking can lead to a criminal charge might make other government workers and contractors think twice, but Winner's case seems unlikely to have the subarctic chilling effect Trump would hope for.
But the subarctic waters of the Bering Sea, coming off a strong period of cold water and record sea-ice in 2012 and 2013, seemed mostly spared.
The arctic and subarctic regions, for instance, contain a rich fauna and flora and those are in imminent danger.
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