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National Geographic     04.09.2019

Plastic food packaging was most common beach trash in 2018

A million volunteers in a worldwide beach clean-up effort collected more than 23.3 million pounds of trash.
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National Geographic     04.09.2019

This Grasshopper Mouse Hunts Scorpions, Howls at Moon

While tiny and adorable, grasshopper mice are natural killers from the day they are born.
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The 'Lion Fortress' of Sri Lanka was swallowed by the jungle

Perched on a slab of rock that juts dramatically over the forests of central Sri Lanka, the fortress is as imposing a sight now as it must have been when it was first built by a fierce king in the fifth century A.D.
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5 can’t-miss experiences in September

Whether it's sights, food, or just different weather you seek, here are the best places to visit in September.
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National Geographic     04.09.2019

Animal Night Vision

Which animals can navigate by night, and how do they do it?
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National Geographic     03.09.2019

Forests on Utah’s public lands may soon be torn out. Here’s why.

The U.S. is moving forward with a plan to create new cattle pasture and prevent fires—despite what scientists say is meager environmental review.
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Centuries of breeding have reshaped dog brains—here’s how

Humans have influenced dog evolution in many ways, including how their brains are structured.
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See Neptune at its best and more top stargazing in September

Skywatching in September means longer nights and stellar views of our neighboring planets.
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Inside the faltering fight against illegal Amazon logging

In Brazil, the environmental protection agency chiefly responsible for protecting the forest finds itself increasingly beleaguered.
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Why we like what we like: A scientist’s surprising findings

The truth is, every human behavior—from addiction to attraction to anxiety—is tethered to a genetic anchor.
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