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Where have all the insects gone?
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5 vital roles insects play in our ecosystem

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Why we’re reporting on the challenges autistic adults face

The great majority of adults with the little-understood condition are unemployed or underemployed, and lack a romantic partner or spouse.

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For autistic youths entering adulthood, a new world of challenges awaits
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This discovery could help doctors detect autism earlier
How an unprecedented gift built a legacy of conservation in South America
How an unprecedented gift built a legacy of conservation in South America
Explore the mesmerizing physics of animal locomotion
Explore the mesmerizing physics of animal locomotion
What you can learn by following the herd in Italy
What you can learn by following the herd in Italy
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Hundreds of tiny arachnids are likely on your face right now
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Antlers and cancer are connected—and other breakthroughs
She studies ancient catastrophes to prevent future disasters
She studies ancient catastrophes to prevent future disasters
See the tiny tools required for the ancient art of bonsai
See the tiny tools required for the ancient art of bonsai
Finding the ordinary amid North Korea’s extravagant propaganda displays
Finding the ordinary amid North Korea’s extravagant propaganda displays
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5 ways to celebrate birds this spring
5 ways to celebrate birds this spring
This healing plant grows on only one Greek island
This healing plant grows on only one Greek island
The modern world edges into one of the cradles of humankind
The modern world edges into one of the cradles of humankind

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Iberá National Park in northeastern Argentina is part of one of the largest wetlands in South America, but much of its wildlife went extinct in the 20th century due to widespread hunting and habitat loss. Now, a dedicated team of conservationists is working hand in hand with local communities to reintroduce many of the keystone species that were lost, while also helping to preserve the region's unique cultural heritage. Read the full story here.
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