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In India, leopards and humans sometimes clash—but not in the village of Bera https://t.co/cxSaAcFjE3

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The first programmable robot was built by 12th-century Muslim inventor Ismail al-Jazari, which featured mechanized drummers that could play the beat to different songs https://t.co/RvYolYNYRh

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The popularity of rock climbing and its sister sport, bouldering, is raising questions about the damaging environmental effects of climbing chalk—a ubiquitous and essential climbing tool https://t.co/1tdzbtDCYX

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While walking to their campsite, two hikers thought they'd seen the last of this cougar—and then they looked up https://t.co/GcrIJNg3bx

While walking to their campsite, two hikers thought they'd seen the last of this cougar—and then they looked up https://t.co/GcrIJNg3bx

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"Indians are less than one percent of the population. Yet images and names of Indians are everywhere." https://t.co/0b3FMFKz2L

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As Haiti prepares to bury assassinated President Jovenel Moïse, older Haitians share memories of life before and during a long history of turmoil, as well as times when growing up on this island felt safe, liberating even https://t.co/64IyMMh6bo

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A team of top scientists, brought together by the National Geographic Society, built an index to detect which forests need urgent help. This project was supported by Rolex. https://t.co/CBQjUHDP7u

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"I like to call parrots the most human of birds and this is more evidence in that direction." https://t.co/GYGsLkY5s6

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"The concerns that something will spring up later with the COVID-19 vaccines are not impossible, but based on what we know, they aren’t likely." https://t.co/EtQo0LPHV5

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Here’s what you need to know to make choices that conserve marine life and prevent tuna stocks from being depleted https://t.co/Dly273SS9h

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Antidepressants meant to treat humans can also affect aquatic animals when those drugs enter waterways https://t.co/WDR5cetMkR

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The Maldives is renowned for its rich marine biodiversity—but it's also home to the world’s highest levels of microplastics https://t.co/oebKISFhdn

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World Bee Day. Fat Bear Week. Chances are, there's a holiday for your favorite animal https://t.co/n1oW7vMBBD

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See these gravity-defying architectural wonders, which span spectacular depths, reach dizzying heights, and offer thrilling views https://t.co/kmTTYec4QB

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Show kids the importance of nature in your backyard, which all works together to create a healthy environment https://t.co/0xfF3GiqxW

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"I just hope I live long enough to see a country I am proud to call my own." Older Haitians share memories of life before and during a long history of turmoil https://t.co/N4J1gDpgU5

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Get ready for #Olympics2021 by diving into the history of the games https://t.co/F31IJJIflk

Get ready for #Olympics2021 by diving into the history of the games https://t.co/F31IJJIflk

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The world’s most wanted man when it comes to rhino horn trafficking is a millionaire safari operator and ex-policeman named Dawie Groenewald. We first reported on him back in 2016, and today, he was arrested by South Africa Police's elite Hawks team https://t.co/YhCsqNZv9b

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Using humankind’s first seismometer on another planet, researchers have analyzed the interior structure of Mars for the first time, including its oversize liquid core https://t.co/vBQjpqVsRS

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