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Sierra de Zapaliname (Coahuila)

The ‘ghost’ moth of the Sierra de Zapalinamé

Through the Naturalista MX platform, rangers and 'citizen scientists' helped researchers describe a new species that inhabits the Sierra Madre Oriental of Coahuila and Nuevo León. When Ivonne Garzón dissected the moth she was holding in her hands, she thought she had done something wrong. He couldn't find the parts that he usually sees in the reproductive system of these insects. The specimen, collected in the sierra shared by Coahuila and Nuevo León, was very different from what she knew.
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Three years of pandemic learning response: reaching learners across the world with life-saving health knowledge

26 January 2023 marks three years since WHO launched its first OpenWHO.org course on the then-novel coronavirus and started providing accessible, up-to-date and informative health knowledge for a diverse global audience amid the fast-evolving pandemic. As of this date, OpenWHO offers a total of 190 online courses, 46 of which address COVID-19 topics, and has totaled 7.4 million course enrolments.
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