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🦙 Mar 14
Replying to @PBSNature
Is true that without the “dust” on their wings a butterfly can’t fly? And, is true that they have a very short life span? Please and thank you 🦋🦋
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Lyceum Learning Institute Jul 15
Learning doesn't stop just because school is out for summer vacation! Our summer pests, mosquitoes, use six needle-like mouthparts to saw into our skin, tap a blood vessel. Watch how they use them at
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Biomimicry Institute Nov 19
An example of how evolution can produce ingenious solutions to the most finicky problems, such as seed dispersal using only air, spacing, and gravity.
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Michelle Graves Nov 1
This report highlights how important fungi are to all life on Earth. When looking for nature-based solutions to some of our most critical global challenges, fungi could provide many of the answers. Thank you !
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drivingrl💚⭐♐ Mar 14
Replying to @PBSNature @PBS
What plants can we plant at home to help feed butterflies?
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Adiel Gavish Sep 6
Ancestral knowledge is not just a human phenomena...
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Hugo Araujo Sep 15
.org Took me many years, lots of help, time and brain. Thanks to everyone, you have inspired me along the way. I am super happy to announce that is the first digital product featured in AskNature! I hope this will inspire many others an…
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naturexoxo Mar 20
recording a new vid with facecam would love some suggestions with the if thist gets10 likes i will give a shoutout to your youtube chanel! :D
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Doc H Aug 22
For years some of my fishing buddies and I have always wondered how do beavers mate? Doesn’t the tail get in the way?
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Me, Myself and Kids Jun 21
reveals what you can't ask your voice assistant
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Audrey Dussutour Nov 28
Inspired by the magnificent Actinia, a organism that ensnares its prey with its tentacles, a team of researchers has developed a new method for efficiently treating water
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Lyceum Learning Institute Jul 22
Last week we took a look at mosquitoes. This week, let's find out the purpose of Earwig pincers? Are they there for self-defense or are they just another body part?
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Adiel Gavish Nov 21
Replying to @UNFCCC @UN
to . Simple - nature should have a seat at the table. Organisms and ecosystems have been “doing” sustainable, regenerative design for billions of years. They know what works.
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Nature on PBS Mar 14
Today is National Learn About Butterflies Day! Ask your questions below and we'll get a butterfly expert to respond.
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AskNature.org Jan 4
Watch this female weevil expertly craft a cocoon-like leaf-roll with a leaf in two days -
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AskNature.org Oct 31
"Forest restoration is the biggest opportunity for climate change mitigation. We will keep it going, with the politicians or without them. We can't stay waiting." Bruno Rutman, inventor of Nucleário
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Emma Eriksson Jun 4
What is the best tree to climb?
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Lisa McCormick Nov 20
. If the periodic table was a checkerboard - we're playing checkers while life is playing chess - creating elegant solutions without heat, pressure or toxic chemicals. Rules create complexity. Thank you for your inspiring work!
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Biohabitats, Inc. 23 Oct 17
Congratulations, Team , winner! Always !
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Adiel Gavish Sep 10
Ancestral knowledge is not just a human phenomenon- “The loss of an animal isn’t just the loss of its body. It's also the death of the knowledge in its brain--and that is not easily replaced.”
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