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On Land and Water: the Southern Ocean and the Importance of Correct Names
May 13, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

As a representative of the Early Millennials, I can say with confidence most of us grew up with four oceans in our geographic vocabulary — the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian and Arctic oceans. Granted, to impress our teachers (and by impress, I mean annoy), some of us may have raised our hands to announce our awareness […]

Finding the flora and fauna: Butterfly Center staff conduct a BioBlitz in Memorial Park
July 19, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

Editor’s Note: The term “BioBlitz” was first coined in 1996 for intense attempts to record all the flora and fauna within a designated area. National Geographic, which has partnered with parks around the country for various BioBlitzes, describes them as “a 24-hour event in which teams of volunteer scientists, families, students, teachers, and other community […]

The 10 Kinds of Pandas You Find on the Internet
July 10, 2014 · Be The First To Comment

Everyone knows cute animals basically run the Internet. But what’s the best of the best when it comes to Internet cuteness? I hereby put forth that pandas are the epitome of Internet animal cuteness, and should reign with their ever-powerful cuteness over the masses from a bamboo throne … which would have to be replaced […]

The heart of the world: The star of Jerusalem 3D talks about her hometown and seeing herself on the Giant Screen for the first time
October 9, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

If you haven’t yet heard the mountains of praise for the wildly stunning Jerusalem 3D movie, climb out from under your rock right now. This epic film from National Geographic Entertainment whisks and winds you through one of the world’s most important cities with arguably one of the most storied pasts of all time. But […]



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