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Why Brexit Freaks Out So Many Scientists
Stonewall: Celebrating Diversity in Our National Parks
Sea Turtle Recovering After Being Stepped on and Beaten for Selfies
The animal is receiving care from a rescue group after incident on a Lebanon beach, which is the latest in a string of attacks on wildlife.
Before Stonewall: Four Other Significant LGBT Rights Sites
How an Obsolete Copy Machine Started a Revolution
Orlando Strong: A Community United After Massacre
Vintage Photos Show Daredevil Mountaineers
See Neptune Sprout a New Dark Spot
Mysterious Great White Shark Attacks on Sea Otters Surge
So many juvenile great white sharks are biting?but not eating?sea otters that scientists say the phenomenon could slow the marine mammals? recovery.
Forest Fires Can Heat Up the Whole Planet
How Chili Condoms and Firecrackers Can Help Save Elephants
A low-cost, low-tech method for scaring elephants away from fields could help people and elephants live in peace.
Photos Reveal Ship Damage to Coral Reef in Shark Sanctuary
The Belle Rose hit a famous reef that is home to rare thresher sharks.
Ancient Stars Unleashed a Space-Time Tsunami Felt on Earth
Peek Inside Cat Mummies With New X-ray Images
Brown Bears Use 'Human Shield' to Protect Their Cubs
Mother bears have a difficult choice: Take their cubs nearer to humans or risk infanticide by males looking to mate.
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