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What is happening to the Earth at the hand of humans is shocking, and not necessarily in a good way. Climate change is no longer...

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Lonesome George Is Still Giving Us Insights Into The Long Life...

Giant tortoises have been a staple of the Galapagos and can live up to 100 years in captivity. Lonesome George may have been the...

Venezuela’s Humboldt Glacier Is Melting and Will Be Gone in the...

Glaciers don’t normally make the headline news. But that was before Venezuela’s last glacier is close to disappearing for good, according to a recent...

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