For today's Geo Quiz we were looking for the zoo where FIVE RARE WHITE TIGER CUBS were recently born. The answer is the Chilean National Zoo in Santiago. Anchor Jeb Sharp finds out more about the white tiger cubs from zoo veterinarian Carolina Ibarra.
Charles Darwin witnessed the devastation caused by a major earthquake in Chile. That was back in 1835. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more about Darwin's observations from Edward O. Wilson, the editor of a recent edition of four of Darwin's greatest books.
A collection of silk screen images made by Andy Warhol are on display in a most unlikely place - a small Andean village in central Colombia. Correspondent John Otis finds out how the town of Jerico got their hands on a world-renowned collection.
For today Geo Quiz, we asked what country has elevated the soccer move known as the ?paradinha? to an art form? The answer is Brazil. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with The World's resident soccer expert, William Troop.
You may recall the band Brazilian Girls. It's somewhat misnamed: there are no girls from Brazil in it. Along comes a band from Brazil called Garotas Suecas. That means Swedish Girls, but, again, no girls from Sweden. The World's Marco Werman has more.
A little sugar sweetens the Geo Quiz: sugar comes from many places around the world. More than 100 countries produce the sweet stuff from sugar cane and sugar beetn but the question today is which country produces and exports the most sugar?
John Otis reports on controversial plans for a massive mine in the Colombian Andes. The proposal marks a stark shift for a region long beset by violence and neglect. But the promised jobs and come with fear of water pollution and environmental damage.