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“I took this picture while waiting for the sunset, and almost forgot to press the trigger while enjoying this ultimate moment of silence,” writes photographer Menno Lammerts van Bueren https://t.co/jlBDHudP4p
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The region has experienced dramatic warming in recent decades, making it easier for heat spells to veer into record-breaking territory https://t.co/5N2sdVTHEX
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Now 95, Marine Corps veteran Bill Montgomery recalls the battle that killed most of the men in his unit. "I've never understood how I wasn't hit" https://t.co/MRPf4Ijine
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The scale of the locust outbreak is like nothing in recent memory, and threatening the food supply of tens of millions in seven East African countries https://t.co/gaCy0JUfUP
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Susan B. Anthony spent most of her life advocating for equal rights for women, but never got to vote—legally at least https://t.co/z9fJdoLwqP
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In a bid to attract visitors, a remote village in India's northeastern frontier has declared itself an ecological zone https://t.co/PQfCrKQSYn
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Did you know matabele ants were the first non-human animals to be observed systematically nursing their wounded back to health? https://t.co/SjaQBhbmPT
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Dance your heart out, enjoy the thrill of the chase, and relish celebrating life Cajun-style, if only for a day https://t.co/twvjDUd8wC
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These leaping, googly-eyed fish mate in mud burrows where they adjust water levels to help eggs hatch. https://t.co/QrJkWOJmFG
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Arctic foxes are difficult to spot and film—especially when in their springtime camouflage https://t.co/ZMqddHuSuo
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What they lack in tentacles, they make up for in gooey clouds full of autonomous stingers https://t.co/dYoXJT394w
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With no cars, no banks, and no high-rises, travelers don’t come here to be seen—they come to get lost https://t.co/VaGgU9eHsr
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The last census of chinstrap penguins on Elephant Island identified 123,000 nests in 1971. A scientific survey this year found less than half that number https://t.co/OFff96i1Pp
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"If we do this, 10 years from now our schoolchildren will not know or care when George Washington was born. They will know that in the middle of February they will have a 3-day weekend for some reason" #PresidentsDay https://t.co/HWaKKaWk66
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Photographer Ryota Kajita's compositions of trapped, frozen bubbles may be beautiful, but their existence signifies something worrisome https://t.co/7dzzHxosk2
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Perched on a crumbling plateau, the village was at risk of disappearing—until the world’s curiosity caught up to it https://t.co/nG0VFcnNDC
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From the air, photos expose the economic divide in cities where shacks border pristine new developments https://t.co/8I60lldiXN
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Bringing plants indoors can provide a number of benefits, but experts say cleaner air isn't one of them https://t.co/wV5cUmnNQq
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