An investigation in Harper’s Magazine documents indiscriminate and inhumane methods used to control predators on public lands in the West.
For Presidents’ Day, National Geographic investigates why we save such intimate artifacts of Washington and Lincoln.
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No one knew how to mourn like the Victorians, who weaved wreaths and jewelry from the hair of dead relatives.
World-wide tree plantations, soil modification or bioenergy crops could add to the planetary harm of global warming, scientist warns.
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