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For an arctic fox, "Finding the last remains of a caribou carcass may mean the difference between life and death," writes Your Shot photographer Eric Gurwin https://t.co/7Zd93YtwtR
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"Indians are less than one percent of the population. Yet images and names of Indians are everywhere" https://t.co/ymZeMsoEja
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Activist Alicia Garza coined the phrase "Black lives matter" in a 2013 Facebook post. Today, people around the world are joining the movement she co-founded https://t.co/1aSex5k2nd
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Native Americans and Polynesians were in contact across the Pacific Ocean centuries before Europeans entered Polynesian waters, a new study says https://t.co/9qDhfTc6IH
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Treacherous seas, slipping on penguin guano, tent-shredding wind. Here's what it took to identify the southernmost tree in the world https://t.co/8zQScMGCu5
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These head-turning accessories are part of a resurgence of traditional culture that Ukrainians are embracing in daily life https://t.co/jJhgQyoP90
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Gloves have played an outsized role in everything from English royal rituals to early 20th-century medicine https://t.co/fj6we3ibkc
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Indigenous communities in Brazil suffer from the virus on one hand and "genocidal" interlopers on the other, rights groups say https://t.co/XAo0IY5Zas
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To control COVID-19, travelers should protect not only their own safety but that of everyone they encounter https://t.co/PGKxBsEDSV
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Gaps in forest canopies, called crown shyness, could help trees share resources and stay healthy https://t.co/DOMcPRWJnl
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It wasn't until the 1980s that one theory emerged as a major breakthrough in the extinction mystery https://t.co/OEfR4QmCXC
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As snows dwindle and glaciers recede, people in the mountains of northern India are building huge ice cones that provide water into summer https://t.co/F3T4nPmbMH
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RT @themadstone: Siberia's tundra is on fire on a scale that appears to be unprecedented. A key question is whether the fires are burning down into the ground, thawing the permafrost & burning up centuries of stored carbon.

I wrote about why this is a big deal for @NatGeo https://t.co/qHWFhjNtwj
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A rash of fires on landscapes that are typically too cold, wet, and icy to burn is raising alarms for ecologists and climate scientists https://t.co/mmltyvKSux
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RT @CraigAWelch: Last year @natgeo photographer Ian Teh and I joined an expedition to the treacherous spot where the Pacific and Atlantic meet, a tiny island in Tierra del Fuego.

We were looking for something no one had ever found: the southernmost tree on Earth. 1/10 https://t.co/LKiplFukMl
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