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Apologies, the photographer's name should be spelled, Adreinne Waheed
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In these vibrant photos taken by Adrienne Waheed, resistance comes in all forms, big and small https://t.co/w9uabn0ebb
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Divers encountered this 26-foot long pyrosome—which is not one, but up to thousands of individual organisms called zooids https://t.co/kj5dWJAydP
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The minuscule moon finally has a name—Hippocamp—and scientists are beginning to piece together its violent history https://t.co/voSLhaiIXL
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The humble Bramble Cay melomys lived only on a single island in the Great Barrier Reef, and has likely disappeared forever https://t.co/IJAdIWKJp0
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Interestingly, each crab had its own technique for styling its hat made of sponge—an act that presumably repels predators https://t.co/8TT9yiKUbS
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Since ancient times the Baganda of Uganda have been making a venerated fabric by pounding the inner bark of the mutuba tree https://t.co/FfqJjVgeOA
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“When you're 15 feet off the ground over water at night, in a hammock, in Florida, you’re mostly thinking about not falling out and creating splashes that might interest some of the large alligators that patrol the lake,” says photographer Mac Stone https://t.co/m87m8GliK6
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Nicknamed "sea cows," manatees are aquatic mammals with voracious appetites—spending up to eight hours a day slowly consuming sea grass https://t.co/2MeUFPrbLd
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As they came together and broke apart, these couples dominated their times, built empires, and transformed their worlds https://t.co/XVdG23k2XJ
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The world’s tallest active geyser has recently picked up the pace of its activity—erupting five times in 2019 already https://t.co/swrjkDJYnU
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In a stunning time-lapse, a filmmaker reveals the first fleeting moments of life for an alpine newt https://t.co/XnrV3hN7iI
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Africatown's residents—many of them descendants of the last slave ship to bring African captives to U.S—dream of seeing their community revitalized https://t.co/Ur60xaZi1q
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