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Treacherous seas, slipping on penguin guano, tent-shredding wind. Here's what it took to identify the southernmost tree in the world https://t.co/K5w5TzNVau

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Diving in these deep waters surrounded by islands and reef systems offers a glimpse of all types of life https://t.co/THP6DSIZEU

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The new rule was designed “without regard to concerns for the health and safety of students, instructors, and others,” says Harvard University President Larry Bacow https://t.co/q1nqW53nIn

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While some portions of the trails are closed, hikers can take the opportunity to explore shorter sections responsibly  https://t.co/lDkGa9HjV9

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The sheer number and variety of castles suggests how profoundly the fortresses reflect Wales’ tumultuous history https://t.co/dCoQ1e3w46

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Teamwork makes the dream work—especially when fending off predators https://t.co/syBd3EyoOC

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A comet called NEOWISE will be visible in Northern Hemisphere skies until mid-August—if you know where to look https://t.co/nN7SwBKgbT

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Thousands of miles from its native range, a single beluga was spotted off the coast of San Diego—the farthest south this species has ever been officially recorded https://t.co/gLUtkwtRib

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That's all for now. Thanks for joining us. Stay safe, stay vigilant!

ICYMI: Today, I spoke with @WNYC's Science Friday (@SciFri) about airborne coronavirus. You can listen to the full episode below https://t.co/HOKLMWpxNW

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The cases aren't being exaggerated. We're in real trouble here. There is still time to turn the tide, but only if we work together. https://t.co/0o2mKGkqKZ

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You can find more of those dispatches here: https://t.co/7qXRb24NgM

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"Life here is very hands on, very close. People live crammed together and are always mingling. They swap or share food, drink, drugs, alcohol, money." by Michael Christopher Brown and @NinaStrochlic https://t.co/pfgXXFDQLS

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"These aren’t just numbers; they’re lives. People are losing loved ones to a virus that’s hitting communities of color harder." by Sebastián Hidalgo and @NinaStrochlic https://t.co/xCpmHUg6Rs

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So, I recommend that people try to consume culture-centered coverage of COVID-19 on a regular basis such as...

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The internet makes it harder to perceive the suffering of others. We have never been more connected, and yet we struggle to conceive of the reality beyond our screens.

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This last point also counters the idea that the coronavirus was collected in nature, brought to a lab, and accidentally released.

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May 4: "The virus’s spike has a hinge-like structure, allowing the spike to change shape as the virus enters the host cell...New research suggests that the hinge loses its unique characteristics when cultured in a lab." https://t.co/BXUGsdpvrB by @PhilipJKiefer

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May 4: "A number of very qualified evolutionary biologists have said that everything about the stepwise evolution over time strongly indicates that it evolved in nature and then jumped species." by me and @vmjaggard99 https://t.co/Nlt3ByXH7z

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March 26: "The ability to reveal the virus’s evolutionary history helped researchers quickly debunk conspiracy theories, such as the one that SARS-CoV-2 was secretly manufactured in a lab to be used as a bioweapon." by @SarahE_Richards https://t.co/iwDF7sSJLz

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