Friday, April 21, 2017

Rare Color Images of World War II, A Tale of Two White Houses, Sea Otters Return to Glacier Bay and More

 
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The Remarkable Return of Sea Otters to Glacier Bay
 
The Remarkable Return of Sea Otters to Glacier Bay
 
 
Is #Hashtagging Your Environment on Instagram Enough to Save It?
 
Is #Hashtagging Your Environment on Instagram Enough to Save It?
 
 
How Jazz, Flappers, European Émigrés, Booze and Cigarettes Transformed Design
 
How Jazz, Flappers, European Émigrés, Booze and Cigarettes Transformed Design
 
 
How Filmmakers Distill Science for the Big Screen
 
How Filmmakers Distill Science for the Big Screen
 
 
Check Out These Rare Color Images of World War II
 
Check Out These Rare Color Images of World War II
 
 
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California May Lose Popular Surfing Spots to Rising Seas
 
California May Lose Popular Surfing Spots to Rising Seas
 
 
Reliving the Ebony Fashion Fair Off the Runway, One Couture Dress at a Time
 
Reliving the Ebony Fashion Fair Off the Runway, One Couture Dress at a Time
 
 
Although Less Deadly Than Crinolines, Bustles Were Still a Pain in the Behind
 
Although Less Deadly Than Crinolines, Bustles Were Still a Pain in the Behind
 
 
The Ocean Is Running Out of Fish. Here's the Alarming Math
 
The Ocean Is Running Out of Fish. Here's the Alarming Math
 
 
A New Museum in Sweden Is All About Failure
 
A New Museum in Sweden Is All About Failure
 
 
A Tale of Two White Houses
 
A Tale of Two White Houses
 
 
Transporting a Live Elephant Is Exactly as Difficult as You Would Imagine
 
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Transporting a Live Elephant Is Exactly as Difficult as You Would Imagine
 
 
Massasoit, Chief Who Signed Treaty With the Pilgrims, To Be Reburied
 
Massasoit, Chief Who Signed Treaty With the Pilgrims, To Be Reburied
 
 
Germany Will Research Stasi Art Seizures
 
Germany Will Research Stasi Art Seizures
 
 
Fire Poles Saved Time, But They Also Injured Firefighters
 
Fire Poles Saved Time, But They Also Injured Firefighters
 
 
Ocean Currents Are Sweeping Billions of Tiny Plastic Bits to the Arctic
 
Ocean Currents Are Sweeping Billions of Tiny Plastic Bits to the Arctic
 
 
Watch Scientists Freeze and Shake the James Webb Space Telescope
 
Watch Scientists Freeze and Shake the James Webb Space Telescope
 
 
Collector Finds Live 19th-Century Cannonball
 
Collector Finds Live 19th-Century Cannonball
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1838, John Muir was born in Dunbar, Scotland. The famed naturalist moved to the United States with his family as a boy, and a life-changing accident in his 20s steered him away from his career as a mechanic and put him on the path to become the founder of the environmental movement. Read about how Muir found his calling on a visit to the California wilderness.
 
 
 
 
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A small Mugger Crocodile caught a fish middle of a rainy day.
 
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