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Once Devastated Pacific Reefs See Amazing Rebirth, Recovering With ‘Shocking Speed’

As remote as they were beautiful, the coral reefs around the 5 volcano tips making up the Southern Line Islands dazzled National Geographc explorers in 2009 during a visit. Remarking

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Stargazing in December: Check Out the ‘Mars Ballet’, a Meteor Shower, and The ‘Cold Moon’

If you don’t mind the nip of the cold, this month’s celestial phenomena are ones to watch, and include a Nutcracker ballet between the Moon and Mars, and the king

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Man Returns Library Book He Needed for Fixing an Old Mercedes 47 Years Overdue with an Apology Letter

47 years ago, a Minnesota man walked into his local library and took out a book that subsequently got lost during a move. Now, nearly half a century later, he

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Male or Female, Old or Young, New Survey Show Parrots Can All Speak at the Same Level

Did you know that parrots know when to use the phrases they mimic from their owners? That’s just one fascinating discovery that has come out through a large crowdsourced dataset

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Two Channel Island Plants Found Nowhere Else are Off Endangered Species List and Now Flourishing

Two plants that live on California’s Channel Islands and nowhere else on earth have reached recovery thanks to Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections. The Santa Cruz Island dudleya and island

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Livin’ Good Currency Ep. 23: Miriam Nelson on Wielding the Power of Fresh Food to Help Kids

The Lesson: Newman’s Own brand pizzas, pasta, lemonade, salad dressing, etc. has raised $600 million through its for-profit operations and its purpose-driven foundation, in what is now its 40th year

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Believe it or Not, Leprosy Offers the Potential to Regenerate Livers Cutting Transplant Wait Times

Leprosy has appeared in medical literature as far back as there has been medical literature, but its latest appearance doesn’t involve talk of a treatment or cure, but rather a

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