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Joshua Rapp Learn
Expat Albertan in DC w/ writing credits in NatGeo, Smithso, WaPo, Atlantic, TStar, Hakai, VICE. Speak to me in español, français, português ig: vagabondreports
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 19
Replying to @WeiPoints @NatGeo
It's pretty much who you're talking to every time you see me at the bar. The voices in my head don't have very much censorship, unfortunately 😂😂
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Lupe Fiasco's album is the best of the year Sep 15
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Anna Vinton Sep 17
Check out this write up in on work I was involved in led by Marcus Cohen, Alexander Cruz, and about brood parasitism in fishes! Thanks
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 19
Replying to @WeiPoints @NatGeo
Usually the voices in my head give me all kinds of great advice. Especially after beers.
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 12
On the sacrificial failings of the last Maya king of Copan: The Maya Captured, Traded and Sacrificed Jaguars and Other Large Mammals via
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 12
Replying to @steaks
I guess I'm trying to be a millennial
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 11
Cyborg Wallaby Learns to Open Door With Implanted Microchip via
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 7
5000-year-old ‘Iceman’ may have benefited from a sophisticated health care system
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National Geographic Sep 5
Prized for their striking plumage and beautiful songs, three black-winged mynah species are being driven to extinction by the illegal pet trade
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 7
Long-term monitoring of pollutants that bioaccumulate up the food chain shows that many dangerous chemicals are disappearing. via
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 6
Ancient clay streets of Ait Ben Haddou. Morocco circa October 2017. . . . . .
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Doug Main Sep 5
these 3 bird species are nearly extinct in the wild—but found in captivity by the tens of thousands by
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 5
Asteroid miners could use Earth’s atmosphere to catch space rocks. Just don't ask the dinosaurs' opinion
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Joshua Rapp Learn Sep 5
Why 50,000 in hand is no better than none in the bush: This Rare Songbird Is Going Extinct via
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Joshua Rapp Learn Aug 31
A plan to relocate bears to Washington’s North Cascade region could face a formidable obstacle from salmon poisoning disease. via
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Catherine Matacic Aug 29
File this one away under news you can use: by
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Joshua Rapp Learn Aug 28
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Joshua Rapp Learn Aug 27
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Joshua Rapp Learn Aug 24
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Joshua Rapp Learn Aug 24
That time of the year when my job primarily consists of dragging sources out of vacation to answer my questions for 20 minutes at a time.
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