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Living with Sumatran Elephants

Living with Sumatran Elephants

Elephants and humans are both ecosystem engineers on the island of Sumatra, but with both requiring large territory in the ...

Sharks and Shorelines

Sharks and Shorelines

Research into tagging ocean predators, like lemon sharks, has helped scientists better understand coastal ecosystems. Tracking the location of these ...

Can Science Create a Greener Pickle?

Can Science Create a Greener Pickle?

When the brine used to make pickles is disposed of, the pickling salt can seep into wetlands, contaminating the soil ...


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