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Enormous paintings on grain silos form a kind of open-air gallery crawl through some of Australia's most remote towns https://t.co/SYnTU1B36T
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The current wildfire crisis has been building for decades, and crews are now fighting in unprecedented conditions https://t.co/b88EERihCo
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Animal and human tracks show the lush landscape that may have greeted Homo sapiens as they ventured into new lands more than 100,000 years ago https://t.co/ggmquD3kR6
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Listen to how these African elephants intimidate a pack of wild dogs that encroached on their territory https://t.co/aBZDD2ao2T
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While our modern ideas of these ancient seafarers paint a very homogenous picture, their reality was decidedly diverse https://t.co/tHId5zaWMK
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Younger generations are blamed for the pandemic’s spread, but also face the brunt of the transmission risk that comes with keeping the economy going  https://t.co/mLSQWXFEdV
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"Lake Irwin has got to be one of the prettiest campgrounds I’ve ever stayed at," writes photographer Ben Strauss https://t.co/d8c3jTraLm
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"We know you can get two viral illnesses at once, and that it’s harder for your immune system to fend them off at the same time." 

Infectious disease experts explain why this is not the year to blow off your flu shot https://t.co/GZHOPmnaJ3
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“By co-opting existing bushmeat supply chains in Africa and obfuscating their illegal activity within the traditional Chinese medicine market, illicit actors are trafficking pangolin scales at increasingly alarming rates between Africa and Asia.” -Faith Hornor @C4ADS
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International trade in pangolins was banned in 2016—but the scaly mammals continue to be exploited for the traditional Chinese medicine market https://t.co/a1BWk11RUe
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“People were once exposed once or twice in a lifetime. Now it’s happening every summer and for longer” https://t.co/aBO4hg9tiV
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“Leave no trace” is the rallying cry of park rangers everywhere. But at Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge a more fitting slogan might be “leave big holes” https://t.co/o0w0XIyRTx
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NIH is preparing a weakened strain of the virus to be used in a challenge trial if one were deemed necessary—but has no need to conduct one yet https://t.co/m6dLdE0AR3
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The spots on these astoundingly diverse flowers may be explained by a model developed by mathematician Alan Turing more than half a century ago https://t.co/kmVQ3pIIJw
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Why do some hurricanes barrel into the coast with devastating speed, while others park over an area and cause major flooding? https://t.co/SiFcsJjxei
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In Oregon, where 10 people are known to have died, the blazes have consumed double the yearly average acreage of the past decade https://t.co/Pxpc7JPV4x
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As historic Chinatowns struggle during the pandemic, it’s worth looking at why residents—and visitors—flocked to them in the first place https://t.co/Ce62yv43s8
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The environment’s chaotic transformation is damaging many of our favorite places—and causing a shared 'homesickness' https://t.co/fZo0Z9EEzc
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