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Two very different men, alone yet forever linked, are in a race against each other and history across the bottom of the world https://t.co/yPYhrpcA0e
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Susan Potter donated her body to science—now her virtual cadaver will help teach medical students for years to come https://t.co/tFpiX7k3IN
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These books will inspire wanderlust, shine a light on a corner of the world you might not have known about, and help you explore more deeply https://t.co/jro3EekhrN
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Filmmaker Taylor Graham kayaked through crannies of Glen Canyon that hadn’t been seen for decades https://t.co/Q9v9hnP2yJ
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The endangered Guatemalan pinabete fir is prized for its scent, making it a target of tree thieves https://t.co/cjXP6nxlsR
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Unseen for more than a decade, the enigmatic and endangered horned marsupial frog has reappeared in an Ecuadorian forest https://t.co/O6YhlZsd3Q
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A study on the pottery of Peru's Paracas civilization tells us more about their neighbors 2,000 years ago—and turns up a unique ingredient https://t.co/VYG9dGhthj
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Some carnivorous pitcher plants found in Southeast Asia harbor an eight-legged sidekick, to the benefit of both https://t.co/GqjKDhuEcc
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From smoldering volcanoes in Indonesia to intricate crop circles in England to awe-inspiring root bridges in India, see our favorite photos from around the world https://t.co/fgHM5qXJol
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Community activists and scientists are banding together to solve an archaeological mystery and right a historical wrong https://t.co/WAC9L7AOXR
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Do you have map-lovers, world travelers, or geography nerds on your holiday shopping list this year? https://t.co/xjCBC5fx2U
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From repelling pests with coyote urine to luring big cats with cologne, humans are using odors to influence animal behavior https://t.co/ifGmfJoZED
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Scientists are learning how to use volcanic lightning as a tool for monitoring eruptions. Here's how it works https://t.co/cSq9nwJo8o
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