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The hot southern air that brought unseasonably high temperatures to Gran Canaria over the weekend is fading away and temperatures will drop by a few degrees over the next couple of days.
The Spanish Oceanographic Institute (IEO) has warned that the highly toxic Oceanic Puffer Fish (Lagocephalus lagocephalus) is colonizing the Canary Islands.
Summer is drawing to a close where you live so it's time for a reminder about why you have to get planning for your winter sunshine break in Gran Canaria. Here's 12 photos, all taken in the depths of Gran Canaria's 'winter' season.
Oil exploration permits around the Canary Islands have run out so there will be no more drilling in the near future.
Published on April 1st 2016: The first Gran Canaria Lions were released back into the Maspalomas dunes nature reserve this morning after an 80-year absence.
Wind: 28.97 km/h
Las Canteras beach is a no-take reserve so there are loads of fish, especially where Luis Morote street meets the sand.
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