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It keeps a lot of dangerous stuff from being dumped in our air, water, and land.
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A variety of animals produce bioluminescent light, creating signals that can be used for mating and communication.
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Wildlife experts aren’t keen on a plan by the government to allow private landowners to shoot wolves living on their land.
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Rwandans are embracing dogs as pets in spite of the country’s dark canine history.
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Bucking broncs, drought, and tourism are just a few challenges for the Wright family’s 150-year-old way of life.
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A surprising new discovery reveals the truth about what really happened to an unfortunate man in 79 A.D.
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When a heron inexplicably ended up in the lion enclosure, the big cat’s instincts sprung into action.
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Lifeguards reported this year’s first cases of sea lice, which aren’t lice at all.
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Wild armadillo meat is popular in Brazil, but a new study shows those who eat it put themselves at risk of contracting leprosy.
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A group of grandmothers hailing from Korogocho have come together to protect and empower themselves and their community.
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