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Arctic foxes are difficult to spot and film—especially when in their springtime camouflage https://t.co/c4QK38Ksr2
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The illegal commercial elephant skin trade was just described by researchers last year—but it's already spreading https://t.co/4hS6BUPBEP
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Why would leaders propose listing a creature that went extinct 4,000 years ago as endangered? To protect elephants. https://t.co/3rrng62lbH
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“Hiking around the cliffs of Mykines in The Faroe Islands, I spotted a puffin sitting on the edge of the rocks below watching the waves come crashing in,” writes Your Shot photographer Paul Boomsma. https://t.co/cvMMQWEtQl https://t.co/3H8wzoWnsQ
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RT @WeiPoints: Thousands of miles beneath your feet, our planet's inner core is doing something weird—and scientists aren't entirely sure what. Is it rotating? Is oscillating? Is it squishily deforming? I dig into this curiosity for my latest @NatGeo https://t.co/LNsFD6lKW2
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Hundreds of bodies at Roopkund Lake belonged to pilgrims who perished in a Himalayan storm more than a thousand years ago—or so researchers thought https://t.co/KO2bfIOOuD
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Earth's inner core is a roughly moon-size ball of iron floating within an ocean of molten metal—meaning it's free to turn independently from our planet’s large-scale spin https://t.co/CRND5au3GB
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Could coconut crabs—the world's largest land invertebrates—have played a role in Amelia Earhart's fate? https://t.co/VZJerUlNOL
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"Vaccines save us from diseases, then cause us to forget the diseases from which they save us" https://t.co/9UyS7umWvg
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The non-negotiable, one-shot challenge requires pulling oneself up from an “unexpected” fall through the ice https://t.co/MVuadTo0ce
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Records of nuclear explosions during the Cold War are helping scientists calculate one of the most precise estimates yet of how fast the planet’s inner core is spinning https://t.co/mImDCNW54P
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Dogs' eyebrow anatomy is the latest example of how 20,000 years of cohabitation has made our pets finely tuned interpreters of human emotion https://t.co/zP2FsZKuHQ
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Despite being the world’s largest oceanic stingray, this species is very rarely spotted alive, and almost nothing is known about it https://t.co/bGZ6vMjks9
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Tens of thousands of caves sprawl beneath Tennessee’s hills and farmlands, making for the perfect spelunking road trip https://t.co/1BXHMrDq5o
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Is climate change happening too fast for animals to save themselves—and their future offspring—by adapting quickly? https://t.co/bc9twytx6h
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They look like nondescript rocks—and they could be hiding in plain sight all over the world https://t.co/tNZnxlshcW
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