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Reef rhythms

By Jessica Perelman In the wake of the largest and most widespread coral bleaching events in history, scientists are scrambling to better understand these vibrant, diverse marine ecosystems, and determine how to preserve the wealth of aquatic life… Read More
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While you were celebrating Earth Day, the President’s son was out killing a keystone species

By Erica Cirino On a day when millions of people across the U.S. took part in celebrating and conserving nature, Donald Trump Jr. took part in destroying it. This past Earth Day, April 22, President Donald Trump’s eldest… Read More
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Halfway to fledge

By Safina Center Fellow Hob OsterlundHob Osterlund Kalama, the Laysan albatross star of Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s live streaming “TrossCam,” is now twelve weeks old, which means she’s crossed the halfway point on her way to fledge. A… Read More
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