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Horseshoe crab blood is main to creating a COVID-19 vaccine—however the ecosystem would per chance endure.
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Horseshoe crab blood is main to creating a COVID-19 vaccine—however the ecosystem would per chance endure.

Each spring, guided by the full moon, hundreds of thousands of horseshoe crabs clamber onto beaches across the U.S. mid-Atlantic to lay their eggs. For hungry birds, it’s a cornucopia. For drug companies, it’s a crucial resource for making human medicines safe. That’s because these animals’ milky-blue blood provides the only known natural source of…

Right here is how to quit the virus from a success
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Right here is how to quit the virus from a success

Humans can beat COVID-19 because viruses are simplistic. They can’t move anywhere without assistance. Leave them outside in the open air for very long, and many will disintegrate. All they know is how to multiply. The problem, of course, is that the coronavirus is adept at this singular task, and as countries such as the…

What’s ‘wild swimming’? The suitable antidote to cabin fever
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What’s ‘wild swimming’? The suitable antidote to cabin fever

As stay-at-home orders have eased and temperatures risen, one question keeps bobbing up: Where can we swim? Pools may still be closed, but leaping into a natural body of water has become a symbol of freedom. Trendsetters have brilliantly rebranded the ancient pastime as “wild swimming,” a breakthrough wellness pursuit. And the number of wild-swimming…

Meet NYC’s 2020 graduates—from aspiring actors to first-generation ‘Dreamers’
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Meet NYC’s 2020 graduates—from aspiring actors to first-generation ‘Dreamers’

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Shoebill
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Shoebill

What is a shoebill? Depending on your perspective, a shoebill either has the same goofy charm as the long-lost dodo or it looks like it might go on the attack any moment. What makes the aptly named shoebill so unique is its foot-long bill that resembles a Dutch clog. Tan with brown splotches, it’s five…

COVID-19 complicates an already dire wildfire season
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COVID-19 complicates an already dire wildfire season

In 2019 the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection—known simply as Cal Fire—responded to over 1,500 fires. In 2020, they’ve already seen more than 2,700. “Right now, whatever amount of moisture is left in the vegetation is drying out rapidly,” says Cal Fire Battalion Chief Amy Head. “Those fuel moisture levels are already low…

Spend teens on a backyard safari
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Spend teens on a backyard safari

To a kid, a backyard is a place to play. But they might be surprised at how many critters they’re sharing their play space with. Entomologists (otherwise known as bug scientists) conduct something called a bioblitz to get a general count of how many bugs live in an area. They turn over rocks, peer under…


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