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These sharks have evolved to walk on land—and they did it quickly
Four new species of this colourful yet overlooked group of reef dwellers have been found since 2008, a new study says.
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60 Hours On Burning Kangaroo Island
Our reporter describes the ongoing catastrophe of record bushfires on Australia's wildlife.
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Weather shows evidence of climate change every single day since 2012
Children born in 2012 haven’t lived a single day unaffected by climate change.
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Past decade was the hottest on record
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What the Philippines volcano ‘worst-case scenario’ could look like
With millions of people at risk, experts are looking to past big eruptions to better understand the unique hazards this peak can produce.
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Australia's bushfires will create big problems for fresh drinking water
When huge quantities of ash wash into rivers, dams, and eventually the sea, they will likely pollute water supplies and kill aquatic wildlife.
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Frankincense Trees—Of Biblical Lore—Are Being Tapped Out For Essential Oils
The fragrant resin gifted to the newborn Jesus may be at risk of disappearing.
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Inside Prince Harry's Efforts To Preserve African Parks
The British royal is expanding the amount of protected land in Commonwealth nations.
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Many People Want To Set Aside Half Of Earth As Nature
A new survey of 12,000 adults in 12 countries revealed overwhelming support for conservation, as well as knowledge gaps in subjects like extinction rates.
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Vietnam was a land ravaged by war but the nature here managed to rejuvenate and it has become one of the most bio-diverse places on the planet. This program explores how this was possible and shows some of the most unique animals on earth that have made Vietnam their home.

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