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kissing bug:

see assassin bugassassin bug,
common name for members of the family Reduviidae, one of the largest and most varied groups belonging to the order Hemiptera (suborder Heteroptera). Assassin bugs are generally brownish to black, medium-sized to large insects, with heads that are elongate and
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Chinchorro, Momias de Preparacion Complicada: Metodos de Momificacion.
Tradicionalmente, las comunidades indigenas usan como artes de pesca el anzuelo, zagaya, chinchorro (artes de pesca activos), cacuri y matapi (artes de pesca pasivos).
Los artefactos mas frecuentemente elaborados por las artesanas para la venta son los bolsos, las paneras y los chinchorros (tabla 1).
La nueva norma oficial mexicana busca que los pescadores cambien el chinchorro de linea, por una red de arrastre.
Ellos sentian las botas, y asi por todo el alrededor de la casa, lo sentian caminando y lo sentian caminando asi alrededor del chinchorro de ellos, ellos dicen que ellos lo vieron.
The Banco Chinchorro Biosphere Reserve (Banco Chinchorro BR), is an atoll located in the Caribbean region of Mexico 31 km from the southern coast of Quintana Roo (Fig.
pacificus found in coprolites were from the coastal site of Los Gavilanes in Peru, dated from 2850 to 2700 bce (7), and from the site of Tiliviche in northern Chile (Iquique), with Chinchorro culture dating from 4110 to 1950 bce (8) (Figure 1).
At least 2,000 years before the ancient Egyptians began mummifying their pharaohs, a hunter-gatherer people called the Chinchorro living along the coast of modern-day Chile and Peru developed elaborate methods to mummify not just elites, but the ordinary as well--men, women, children, even fetuses.
La pesca de la lisa la realiza la flota artesanal con embarcaciones de poca capacidad de carga: botes y chalanas utilizando redes de cerco, cortina, chinchorro y otras artes de pesca.
For that purpose, we have made arrangements with the municipality to support any efforts aimed at rescuing the traces of the Chinchorro culture, a culture of impressive historical, archeological and heritage value for our country," Velasco said.
The mummy belongs to the Chinchorro culture and has an estimated age of 7,000-years-old.