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Compared with birds, mammals, and amphibians, more plants have vanished in the wild since 1900. What’s the cost to ecosystems? https://t.co/l0dDx9rULS
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Practices and traditions that have been relied on for thousands of years are becoming obsolete, forcing farmers around the world into uncharted territory https://t.co/18Lfjiym1o
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In their own words, ground-breaking young musicians tell the story of Nunavut and of their own struggles and victories https://t.co/DwSRbb1Qu8
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In the frigid realm of East Antarctica, "upside down rivers" of warm water are gnawing away at the ice shelves’ weak spots from below https://t.co/C4KxjbqhXo
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For centuries, the indigenous people of the Caribbean, known as Taíno, were said to be extinct on paper. But historians and DNA testing have confirmed what many modern, self-identifying Taíno already believed. #IndigenousPeoplesDay https://t.co/EEovPw2ArX
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Smooth and bumpy octopuses deep in the Pacific have long confused scientists: Are they the same species? https://t.co/HeOIYO3Y4D
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Be awestruck by the world’s tallest trees in this slightly lesser-known gem of the Pacific coast https://t.co/PXNEfPkR5m
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Early looks at the newfound object are offering astronomers exciting glimpses at rare material from another star system https://t.co/xJXm6uExEy
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The Voyager probes were launched in 1977—see how they journeyed into interstellar space https://t.co/IiZ3c6CPBY
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Fast food is unhealthy for several reasons, but a "forever chemical" found in its packaging may also be harming our bodies https://t.co/7S3dDsyxSX
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"I hope no one is shocked that billions of people could be impacted by 2050," says a landscape ecologist at Stanford University. "We know we are dependent on nature for many things." https://t.co/6UafY2nfRW
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Coastal escapes in both tropical and cooler climates are making sure their sandy stretches are playgrounds for all https://t.co/5LkDdo0Niu
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