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Take The Pledge Now!
Planet or Plastics? National Geographic launches a multiyear initiative to reduce single-use plastics and their impact on the world’s oceans.
An ode to earwig wings, which break standard laws of origami loading...
An ode to earwig wings, which break standard laws of origami
Earwigs may look dull—until they open their wings, shimmering structures that expand 10-fold and lock without the use of muscles.
Life is too short for long-term grudges. Further
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“Seabin” device aids in cleaning up our oceans
A floating rubbish “Seabin” is being used as an inexpensive way to remove trash from our oceans.
The typical nature photograph shows a butterfly on a pretty flower. The conservation photograph shows the same thing, but with a bulldozer coming at it in the background. Further
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How artificial intelligence is changing wildlife research
From analysing animal photos to combing through YouTube, new software is harnessing data never before accessible to scientists.
The boldness of asking deep questions may require unforeseen flexibility if we are to accept the answers. Further

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