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Novelist Jim Harrison once called the Nebraska Sandhills “without a doubt the most mysterious landscape in the United States"—and for good reason https://t.co/91Mr94IML9
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Larvae eat as if there’s no tomorrow because, in a way, there isn’t. Metamorphosis changes almost everything https://t.co/xrF0e5CjNF
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"He was both deeply concerned about conservation efforts—and clearly out to enjoy himself," says Nat Geo’s deputy director of photography https://t.co/hBpHTlR8tI
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As cases continue to rise, the path of the pandemic will be defined by the variants that are popping up around the world https://t.co/jugZuVXJi7
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Populations of halibut are declining, leaving less fish to go around, especially as factory trawlers are scooping them up with the other fish they catch https://t.co/Eym9JVQKs8
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Distance, duration, and intensity matter most. “Outside is protective, but it’s not a total risk eliminator” https://t.co/VvTie9Pms1
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At least 48 panthers and bobcats in Florida have been stricken by a newly discovered neurological disease—with no known cause https://t.co/4aPmYvHleg
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This website is inarguably one of the most ambitious attempts in history to deepen the understanding of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the people involved https://t.co/SlMaPsa9TM
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Lightning in the far North could double by 2100—with effects that could reach outside the Arctic https://t.co/IsPuHiulDq
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New research shows that chest beating may actually *prevent* violence between the massive animals https://t.co/Eu7O41rTR0
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The 3,400-year-old royal city was built by Amenhotep III, abandoned by his heretic son, Akhenaten, and contains stunningly preserved remains https://t.co/zR2ch1oWQm
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Historians regard Celtic culture not in terms of a unified people, but as a bundle of shared linguistic and cultural traits distributed among various Iron Age peoples https://t.co/ehjNnZyyXp
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“Once we found out that it was possible to actually stay at a lighthouse, there was no stopping us” https://t.co/vaoGmfe1fL
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Early in the pandemic, children did not appear to be major sources of virus transmission to other age groups. "That changed with B.1.1.7." https://t.co/TFLYZ9WQWh
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"He was both deeply concerned about conservation efforts—and clearly out to enjoy himself," says Nat Geo’s deputy director of photography https://t.co/jZM2QWgf6l
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