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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 Feb 7
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Finding dead sharks on a table in a fish market is the easiest way to track new and lost species via
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Geraldine Werhahn Feb 1
Thank you Smithsonian Magazine for putting my Himalayan wolf research into such adequate (non-scientific) words!
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Smithsonian Magazine Feb 1
Years of expeditions in the world’s tallest mountain range reveal that Himalayan wolves have developed genetic adaptations to living at high altitudes.
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Joshua Rapp Learn Feb 7
Replying to @bittelmethis
Yup. Talking enviously to people doing far cooler things with their lives right now
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Joshua Rapp Learn Feb 6
Should the Himalayan Wolf Be Classified as a New Species? via
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Joshua Rapp Learn Feb 5
Replying to @edyong209
Seems more punk than metal, but then I'm a dinosaur as well.
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Joshua Rapp Learn Feb 5
Thanks! Looks interesting. ANother interesting side
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Beach erosion from sea level rise hasn't impacted the U.S. Atlantic coast mostly due to importing sand in touristy areas
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Epic Himalayan trek reveals altitude-adapted wolves may classify as new species. via
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Joshua Rapp Learn Feb 1
Forget amber, ancient bug found in opal via at
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Epic Himalayan trek reveals altitude-adapted wolves may classify as new species. via
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Jason Bittel Jan 31
Glad to see someone benefited from the government shutdown. They're elephant seals, but hey. by !
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Joshua Rapp Learn Feb 1
Replying to @amygmcdermott @pnas
Congrats!
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Brooke Bodensteiner Jan 30
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Joshua Rapp Learn Jan 29
Killer whales are moving northward into Pacific Arctic, possibly spelling trouble for local mammals
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Joshua Rapp Learn Jan 24
Complete Axolotl Genome Could Reveal the Secret of Regenerating Tissues via
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Joshua Rapp Learn Jan 22
First new shark species found in 2019 may be already extinct, finds , but almost all new shark species found are at least dead.
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Joshua Rapp Learn Jan 22
What bioRxiv’s first 30,000 preprints reveal about biologists
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RAJPAL TYAGI Jan 21
Lack of Privacy Could Be Affecting When and Where Japan's Imperial Raccoon Dogs Relieve Themselves
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