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Tiny impacts on the moon's surface release up to 220 tons of water a year, NASA data suggest https://t.co/k8PxcVar2w
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America’s state parks may keep a lower profile than the renowned national parks, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less of a worthwhile destination https://t.co/9MEEAHZyFe
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Dredging sand to meet the demands of a global building boom wreaks havoc on sensitive river systems around the world https://t.co/5c7gz8y3BD
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For a species to gain protection, experts must first classify its risk of extinction—and it's often a complicated process https://t.co/84PxGvazgm
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She hunts food for her cubs by day and keeps them safe from predators by night—no easy task for a cheetah https://t.co/6HqOIzBb4Z
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“The countries that are most responsible for global warming are different from the countries that are bearing the brunt of global warming." https://t.co/SllkZYiSHX
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NASA's InSight lander detected the first tremor on the red planet ever recorded—and it almost certainly won't be the last https://t.co/vhx4uyEgf9
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A "jewel of botanical literature in Cuba," this book of detailed botany illustrations was rediscovered after decades of searching https://t.co/66gBA3TK2q
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The endangered Cantor's soft-shell turtle, once destined for dinner plates, is beginning to recover thanks to the help of a Cambodian community https://t.co/GJjSA8kmXu
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The growth of the elephant population is only part of the encouraging news from Gorongosa—lions, African buffalo, hippos, and wildebeests are all vastly more numerous now than in 1994 https://t.co/oDt2r236FM
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A journalist who has covered Sri Lanka's brutal civil war and fragile peace reflects on the cycle of vengeance—and the chance to re-set a long-fractured country https://t.co/gHWsppubvt
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The Tokyo Olympics are bound to bring increased attention to competition climbing, but some athletes are concerned about how the format will change the sport https://t.co/FNPHZh0UUD
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The Whanganui River in New Zealand is a legal person. Can giving the natural world rights save it? https://t.co/aBW3IAw8t9
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This celestial event is known to deliver bright and impressively fast streaks across Northern hemisphere skies https://t.co/hvx8KXkk31
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