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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.
Tiny Human Esophagus Grown in the Lab—Here's Why loading...
Tiny Human Esophagus Grown in the Lab—Here's Why
Miniature versions of the organ that guides food to the stomach could help scientists treat a variety of medical ailments.
Life is too short for long-term grudges. Further
The Scottish Wildcat Is Disappearing. Can It Be Saved? loading...
The Scottish Wildcat Is Disappearing. Can It Be Saved?
Perhaps only a couple dozen "Highlands tigers" are left in the wild. Now, the race is on to prevent their extinction.
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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The Unprecedented Plan to Save the Sumatran Rhino
Conservationists have launched an urgent bid to save the critically endangered Sumatran rhino, which has a wild population of fewer than 80.
The boldness of asking deep questions may require unforeseen flexibility if we are to accept the answers. Further

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