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Extreme heat triggers mass die-offs and stress for wildlife in the West
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These are the world’s most beautiful museums

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Experience the Magic of the Galápagos
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Top Destinations to Explore in 2022

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July 2021 Issue

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How L.A.'s urban tree canopy reveals hidden inequities
How L.A.'s urban tree canopy reveals hidden inequities
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In This Issue

The world is getting hotter. We must adapt to it equitably.
See the fabulous fossils unearthed in a garbage dump
Most new infectious diseases spill over from animals to humans
Gold is a toxic lure in the world’s highest settlement
My shark photo took over the internet, inspiring countless fakes and real awareness

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