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Jerusalem Zoo Struggles to Remain Common Ground for Israelis, Palestinians

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Surrounded by war, Jerusalem's Biblical Zoo is an island of sanity in a complicated reality.
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If You Think the Water Crisis Can't Get Worse, Wait Until the Aquifers Are Drained

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As drought ravages surface water supplies, we're pumping groundwater to save us. And it will—for a while.
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Coal-Dependent Arkansas Faces Stiff Emissions Target and a Running Clo

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Under a proposed EPA rule, state officials will have to cut carbon emissions by nearly 45 percent—one of the highest targets in the country.
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Monarch Butterfly's Reign Threatened by Milkweed Decline

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Monarch butterflies are quickly disappearing, and the loss of essential milkweed is a major culprit.
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1950s Family Retraces Lewis and Clark Journey

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A family takes a summer road trip in the 1950s to follow the Lewis and Clark Trail using original journal records.
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New Energy Projects Boost the Use of Undersea Power Cables

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The need to transmit power over long distances is increasing demand for submarine power cables, but the industry still faces hurdles.
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Strongest Evidence Yet That Pygmies' Short Stature Is Genetic

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Researchers discover area of genome linked to growth differs between pygmies and their taller neighbors.
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100,000 Elephants Killed by Poachers in Just Three Years, Landmark Analysis Finds

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Central Africa has lost 64 percent of its elephants in a decade, while 75 percent of all African elephant populations are in decline.
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Study Sheds Light on Broadening U.S. Hunger Problem

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More than 46 million Americans—including 12 million children—now rely on local food aid to get by, according to a new study that sheds light on the scope of America's hunger problem.
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Acclaimed Novelist Alison Lurie Thinks Buildings Say a Whole Lot About Us

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Your house can tell others whether you're happy or well organized or friendly—even what your politics are.
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Giant Rats Trained to Sniff Out Tuberculosis in Africa

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Already known for detecting land mines, the giant African rodents may be able to sniff out tuberculosis, the world's second most fatal infectious disease.
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California Drought Spurs Groundwater Drilling Boom in Central Valley

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Drillers have more work than they can handle, as water tables fall and experts warn of long-term consequences.
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A Hundred Years Old Today, the Panama Canal Is About to Get a Lot Bigger

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To accommodate today's oceangoing behemoths, the canal is getting a $6 billion makeover.
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Q&A: Sylvia Earle’s Personal Journey and Why the Ocean is Vital to Life

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Explorer Sylvia Earle shares her personal journey in new documentary film 'Mission Blue' and explains why the ocean is essential to life on Earth.
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Week's Best Space Pictures: Meteors Shower, Sweden Burns, and Rosetta Orbits

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The Perseids compete with a supermoon, a Swedish forest goes up in smoke, and the Rosetta spacecraft orbits a comet.
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Q&A: An Ecologist's Passion for Preserving the Ocean's Pristine Places

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National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala leads a project that aims to identify and protect the world's most unspoiled marine environments.
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Captured Space Dust Is Probably From Beyond Our Solar System

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In the dust collector of a NASA probe, citizen scientists helped find particles that probably came from interstellar space—the first that could be studied on Earth.
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Pictures: Record-Breaking Summer Floods Swamp Northeastern U.S.

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Summer floods have transformed roadways into raging rivers in the northeastern U.S.
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Rotting Wood Responsible for Sand Dune Holes?

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Decomposing trees and homes may be responsible for the sand dune hole that swallowed a boy in June 2013.
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Your Shot Pictures: Wildfires From the Front Lines

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Catch a glimpse of wildfires from a rare perspective, as firefighters open a window into their world.
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