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Lost book of exquisite scientific drawings rediscovered after 190 years loading...
Lost book of exquisite scientific drawings rediscovered after 190 years
Decades of searching uncovered the brilliantly illustrated plants and detailed notes made by a US woman living in Cuba in the 1800s.
Sri Lanka's latest violence underscores the need for national healing loading...
Sri Lanka's latest violence underscores the need for national healing
A journalist who has covered the South Asian country’s brutal civil war and fragile peace reflects on the cycle of vengeance—and the need to build a unified national identity.
How to see the Lyrid meteor shower loading...
How to see the Lyrid meteor shower
One of the oldest annual showers on record, the Lyrids put on a show each spring.
New 50 Cent Piece Coins A Few Ancient Tongues loading...
New 50 Cent Piece Coins A Few Ancient Tongues
Australia's new 50c piece keeps ancient tongues in currency.
Plastic bag bans are spreading. But are they truly effective? loading...
Plastic bag bans are spreading. But are they truly effective?
Kenya has the strictest penalties for bag use, but the consumer alternatives to plastic have come with growing pains.
How the world celebrates Easter in 18 spectacular photos loading...
How the world celebrates Easter in 18 spectacular photos
From eggs to bunnies, there are almost as many ways to observe Easter as there are countries.
Step into Impressionist paintings on this French tour loading...
Step into Impressionist paintings on this French tour
During spring, walk across the Japanese bridge in Monet's water garden.
Pig brains partially revived hours after death—what it means for people loading...
Pig brains partially revived hours after death—what it means for people
In a feat sure to fire up ethical and philosophical debate, a new system has restored circulation and oxygen flow to a dead mammal brain.
High-tech lifeline could save the rhinos loading...
High-tech lifeline could save the rhinos
Technology tracks humans to save last rhinos.
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Help Save The Rhino
Learn more about Care for Wild and how you can help support the fight to save the black and white rhino from extinction.
An 800-year history of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral loading...
An 800-year history of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral
This resilient, gravity-defying Gothic cathedral survived centuries of France’s turbulent past. It emerged in the 19th century from near ruin, thanks to a massive restoration project.
The moon releases surprising amounts of water during meteor showers loading...
The moon releases surprising amounts of water during meteor showers
Our lunar companion seems to have an ancient reservoir of water just a few centimetres below its surface, NASA data suggest.

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