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A whopping 75 percent of known insects—among them bees, beetles, flies, and moths—go through metamorphosis and develop in four stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult https://t.co/iNiTOrEYnc
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A few clues only deepen the enigma of China’s latest archaeological marvel: Many of the 13,000 artifacts unearthed so far were intentionally torched and buried at a single ritual event https://t.co/I3YxdbKK4k
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Celebrated writer Salman Rushdie reminds us that the wonder of India’s iconic Taj Mahal transcends time—and tourist hordes
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Only two of Harriet Powers’s 19th-century quilts survive today, but their dynamism—and spiritual power—left their mark on American art 
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Photographer Craig Cutler only had three chances over three days to get this image of a prototype that may someday help detect signs of life in the universe https://t.co/uDnbYeIXFh
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In the early 1900s, historian Carter G. Woodson led the fight for a holiday that would promote Black achievements—and counter racist stereotypes 
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‘La fiorita,’ one of Europe’s most spectacular nature shows, is becoming too popular with petal-plucking tourists https://t.co/PSbQlSVTqk
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Garlic mustard is a noxious weed and invasive plant that is nevertheless edible—and research suggests its destructive powers may be lessening over time https://t.co/MjjAYYfafH
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Madagascar’s sacred trees are in trouble. These photos reveal the beauty and threats facing the island country's famous landscapes 
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The ability to read the skies was imperative to the survival of enslaved and free Africans, helping them track time, weather, and seasons. Now, Black astronomers are inspiring a new generation to enter the field
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Does a woman’s fertility really plummet at age 35? While age delivers the harshest blow to a woman’s odds of conceiving, many other factors are also at play 
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It’s not often that scientists discover a new species of mammal, let alone one that reaches 40 feet in length and weighs up to 30 tons, but the world's newest whale species is already endangered 
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Later today, a visitor from the solar system’s frigid outermost regions will come within 26 million miles of Earth: a ball of ice and dust that will glow in our skies with an emerald gleam 
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Brazil’s milk banking program started in the 1980s and now serves as a model for other countries  https://t.co/i9Kaqiq6ZD
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One-size-fits-all dietary recommendations don’t reflect how differently people respond to the food they eat. But an ambitious new study may allow experts to finally tailor their recommendations for different people based on genes, microbes, and lifestyle
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