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This bird’s protectors are its former hunters
This bird’s protectors are its former hunters
See gators and a monument to lost love on a Florida trail
See gators and a monument to lost love on a Florida trail
Nature walk: wildlife photographer peeks behind the urban jungle of Singapore
Nature walk: wildlife photographer peeks behind the urban jungle of Singapore
These sacred trees face new threats in a changing world
These sacred trees face new threats in a changing world
How reading the night sky helped Black Americans survive
How reading the night sky helped Black Americans survive
Does a woman’s fertility really plummet at age 35?
Does a woman’s fertility really plummet at age 35?

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See gators and a monument to lost love on a Florida trail
See gators and a monument to lost love on a Florida trail
Nature walk: wildlife photographer peeks behind the urban jungle of Singapore
Nature walk: wildlife photographer peeks behind the urban jungle of Singapore
How reading the night sky helped Black Americans survive
How reading the night sky helped Black Americans survive
Sanibel Island was a paradise. Then Hurricane Ian struck.
Sanibel Island was a paradise. Then Hurricane Ian struck.
Salman Rushdie on the timeless beauty of the Taj Mahal
Salman Rushdie on the timeless beauty of the Taj Mahal
Unfolding the future of origami
Origami isn’t just child’s play. The math and science behind paper folding can revolutionize how we make all kinds of technologies.

February 2023 Issue

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Japan confronts a stark reality: a nation of old people
Japan confronts a stark reality: a nation of old people
Sea otters are rebounding—but not everyone is happy
Sea otters are rebounding—but not everyone is happy
See how sea otters stay warm
See how sea otters stay warm
The extraordinary benefits of a house made of mud
The extraordinary benefits of a house made of mud
Explore how traditional mud homes keep you cool
Explore how traditional mud homes keep you cool

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