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Take in this gorgeous aerial view of Steep Cone Geyser in Yellowstone's Lower Geyser Basin https://t.co/OjJadfU0J5
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A comprehensive study found that viral remnants can survive for months after infection in certain people, perhaps causing some symptoms of long COVID. https://t.co/oCCCBYSNVm
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More than four times the size of nearby Arches National Park, with less than half the visitation, Canyonlands abounds with backcountry opportunities https://t.co/vxMDWix8mZ
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A puzzle confounded Egyptologists when an unidentified ancient language was found on a mummy's bandages in the 1800s. 

Solving it took decades but rewarded scholars with valuable insight into the authors—the Etruscans https://t.co/ZImwZjViIp
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In the drying West, people must now keep their "head on a swivel." Five brushes with wildfire in as many months https://t.co/McKJQcpkMZ
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A recent paper is one in a series of studies showing the medium-sized carnivores often take such risks, much more than previously thought https://t.co/dtLbuESVCm
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Believe it or not, there was a period in the early 20th century when psychologists adamantly warned parents against cuddling their own children https://t.co/SUTeYhVkHt
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Lion cubs rest in a tree in Tanzania's Serengeti National Park in this image by photographer Michael Nichols https://t.co/gyaEmdtijy
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Still widely practiced in Japan, the tea ceremony is an elegant, codified ritual designed to achieve total immersion in the moment https://t.co/JJr9W00It3
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New technologies are helping rebuild the skin of people with diabetic ulcers, deep burns, and other severe injuries https://t.co/0h4Vntjfma
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Did you know? Owls can be found in nearly every environment in the world, from deserts to coniferous forests to the Arctic tundra https://t.co/ZMn45dpTOg
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A recent study found that garter snakes can discriminate their own chemical signature from that of littermates fed the same diet—a snake version of recognizing your mirror reflection https://t.co/fRNe0O9HCh
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Polynesian wayfinding has long been a patriarchal tradition. Now, @insidenatgeo Emerging Explorer Lehua Kamalu is breaking the mold—and helping to lead a revival of the ancient skill https://t.co/ZaAWsHLMh1
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Norfolk and Virginia Beach are some of the best places to learn about Filipino American culture, history—and food https://t.co/7sTYYwGpOe
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