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Don't blame the messenger, but snake-eating spiders can be found on all continents except Antarctica https://t.co/oqaoeUEyik

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How can vegetables like kale and broccoli adapt to the higher temperatures of the future? https://t.co/4wlQiiCuc7

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Even if you’re a bit wary about your child’s new dietary interest, here are some ideas for supporting their veggie lifestyle https://t.co/r9gAci5Z1G

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These vivid photos remind us that eventually, the wild world will reclaim what it once called its own https://t.co/UqIpEuYEOe

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Government concerns about safety mean expecting mothers can't get shots. But some doctors are raising alarms about pregnant women's increased risk of severe disease and death https://t.co/revaIKxNiL

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ICYMI: One of the biggest mammals to ever walk on land—P. linxiaense—roamed between what is now the Tibetan Plateau and Pakistan more than 25 million years ago https://t.co/TuHXYuDwix

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This is what it looks like when coral spawns in the Great Barrier Reef https://t.co/VC6K8XwMXQ

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These small patches of nature can contribute to carbon sequestration and help cities adapt to rising temperatures—not to mention boost biodiversity https://t.co/9Rq9l7as2R

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There’s a new way to appreciate Hans Christian Andersen's genre-defining stories such as “The Little Mermaid,” “Thumbelina,” and “The Emperor’s New Clothes” https://t.co/OlIzVORwKe

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Tropical rainforests are centers of biodiversity, holding an estimated half of the world’s plants and animals, many of which have yet to be catalogued #WorldRainforestDay https://t.co/C8u3wD2CEN

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Learn more about how @insidenatgeo is using the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world. https://t.co/5K82jzDzAs

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We all benefit today from the brave work that people have done before us, but there is still more to do.

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A3: It's definitely a privilege to be able to celebrate pride month. I've been very fortunate to spend most of my life in spaces where I felt safe and included, but colleagues and friends that I've met along the way don't always have that luxury. https://t.co/K7dKWAy0wm

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Q3: What does #PrideMonth mean to you?

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Oh also, there are porcupines that live basically their entire lives up in the trees and have prehensile tails! I don't have a specific fact about them, I just love them and think more people should know about them. https://t.co/6T6X4azTkj

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A2: So much of the rainforest canopy comes alive at night! That's part of why it has been so difficult to study many arboreal (tree-dwelling) animals—not only are they way above our heads, but they're most active when they are most difficult to spot. https://t.co/W5adIpgbv9

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Q2: What is something you wish more folks knew about our rainforests and your work in particular?

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I've always loved observing wildlife but never had any real desire to handle animals, so doing research with camera traps and remote sensing allowed me to get out into the world and learn about animals without ever having to touch them. https://t.co/GA49NAJ2fD

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A1: I grew up really close to the Minnesota Zoo, so all of my earliest memories of seeing gibbons, monkeys, hornbills, and other rainforest species come from the Tropics Trail at the zoo.

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