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The biggest threat facing the city of Miami. "Aerial Cities - Miami 24"
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T. rex may be our tyrant king, but let's be honest: we elected him. has the inside story: via
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What a cabinet of fake noses tells us about how art preservation has evolved.
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Fidel Castro fancied himself an environmentalist, even as he sought to conquer the landscape. Now he's left the country in charge of a tricky legacy: the fate of the 'pure' Cuban crocodile. Beautiful read by via
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The quest to preserve the last of Castro's crocodiles.
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Summer is officially here, which means all kinds of warm-weather fun: swimming, fishing, picnicking, lying on the beach.
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When researchers exposed eels to this illicit drug, the animals became hyperactive and suffered muscle damage.
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How the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts is shedding light on the histories of the people depicted in portraits.
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Some 40 percent of enslaved Africans entered the country through Charleston.
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These underwater robots offer a new way to sample microbes from the ocean .
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How Guadalajara reinvented itself as a technology hub.
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The woman who challenged the idea that black communities were destined for disease.
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One theory suggests that whales and hippos shared a common ancestor. "Aerial Africa - Zambia"
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The Getty is fighting to keep a rare Greek bronze.
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River eels exposed to cocaine suffered muscle damage and other health effects.
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Say what? Residents of the town of Liberal, Kansas, are developing a new accent thanks to changing demographics in the area.
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An analysis of 78 instances of cetaceans paying attention to their dead suggests grief may be part of being a highly social animal.
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Glass floors have been retrofitted onto some of the world’s most iconic architecture.
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