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Biodiversity: What is it and Why Does it Matter? - Island Conservation News


Island Conservation News
Biological diversity, or biodiversity, refers to the variety of life on earth–every individual organism, species, and kingdom, from the smallest spec of bacteria to the enormous whales in our oceans, found at any ecological or geographic scale.

Katy Perry Shaded Meghan Markle's Royal Wedding Dress & I'm Not OK With It - Elite Daily


Elite Daily
To accomplish this, Keller incorporated flora and fauna detailing from all 53 separate geographic locations on the veil. The statement explained the specifics: Ms. Markle expressed the wish of having all 53 countries of the Commonwealth with her on her ...
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Campaigners press US National Toxicology Program on animal testing - Chemical Watch


Chemical Watch
Two animal rights groups have called on the US National Toxicology Program to replace "wasteful" animal tests with alternative methods for determining the safety of chemicals. Co-authored by the White Coat Waste Project and the New England ...

National Geographic: Sylvia Earle

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Includes a brief biography and a selection of Earle's favorite web sites.

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Sylvia Earle, Ph.D.
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Offers a profile, biography, and interview with the marine biologist, undersea explorer, and environmentalist.

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Biography chronicling her life as a marine biologist, explorer, and author.

Heroes for the Planet: Sylvia Earle
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Article on the marine biologist known as "Her Deepness."

National Geographic: Narwhal
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Video, sounds, fact sheet, distribution map, and wallpaper image.

Birds - National Geographic
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Find bird photos, video, species profiles, fast facts, sounds, and news articles from National Geographic.

National Geographic: SuperCroc
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Information on Sarcosuchus imperator.

National Geographic: Parasites
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Exploration of nature's bloodsuckers and hangers-on.

Animals - National Geographic
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Featuring National Geographic's Best Wildlife Images. Includes animal photos and wallpaper, nature news, U.S. local wildlife guides, and games for children.

National Geographic: The Genographic Project
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A 5-year study by The National Geographic Society, IBM, geneticist Spencer Wells, and the Waitt Family Foundation to compile a genetic atlas. Project outline and methods, how to participate, news, genetics overview and an interactive atlas of the human journey.

National Geographic: Beluga Whale
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Video, sounds, fact sheet, distribution map, and wallpaper image.