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The world’s largest living plant is bigger than Brooklyn

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  When Australian researchers went to find out how much genetic diversity was contained in the seagrass meadows of Shark Bay, a World Heritage Area in …

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Bill Nye the Science Guy calls out conservatives on climate change

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  Bill Nye the Science Guy has a message for conservative lawmakers and television networks who continue to peddle climate denial in the wake of Hurricane Ian: “Cut it out.” …

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Are these robotic fish the secret to cleaning up our oceans?

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  One of the dangers posed by microplastic pollution in the oceans is that fish and other marine life might eat it by mistake. But could a solution to the …

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Mystery solved: Scientists finally know why deep sea coral glows

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  If you were to dive 148 feet below the ocean’s surface – into the twilight mesophotic zone – you would see corals glowing green or …

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Video: Whales thought nearly extinct found in Antarctic Ocean

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  In 1982, the International Whaling Commission (IWC) voted to ban the practice of commercial whaling that had driven several species to the brink of extinction, as The New York …

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Data shows most Americans ‘likely’ have weedkiller in urine

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More than 80 percent of U.S. children and adults likely have glyphosate in their urine. That’s the “disturbing” result of a study conducted by the Centers for Disease …

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Thanks, humanity: Now there’s even trash on Mars

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  No human being has yet set foot on Mars, but something has preceded us.   NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover announced on its Twitter account Wednesday that it …

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You have to see this glorious ancient forest in a Chinese sinkhole

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  At the bottom of a 630-foot sinkhole in China lies a green surprise: an ancient forest with trees stretching nearly 130 feet out of the depths.   …

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These new national park trails are opening just in time for summer

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As the sun comes out and temperatures rise across the country, June is the time to celebrate the wonders of nature in the U.S.A. The month is recognized …

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This grandma converted an old Honda into an electric car & we’re obsessed

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  A New Zealand grandma has found a way to be the change she wants to see in the world.   Sixty-three-year-old Rosemary Penwarden converted an …

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Meet the 3-legged dog with cancer who saved a baby otter

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  Gus is a six-year-old dog with plenty of his own problems. The goldendoodle has cancer, and doctors had to amputate one of his back legs to remove …

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Looking for an excuse to drink? This vodka could fight climate change!

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  Is it possible to drink away the climate crisis?   Air Company is attempting to find out. The company has developed a way to transform carbon dioxide …

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Yes, this teen gorilla is actually addicted to screens!

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  Apparently, it isn’t only human caretakers who have to worry about how much time their teenagers spend on their phones.   Zookeepers at the Lincoln …