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31Jul 18

How would building a wall along the US-Mexico border affect animals?

The border between the US and Mexico is 2,000 miles long. It passes through deserts, mountains, rivers, streams, forests, wetlands, marshes, and swamps. Many of these are biologically diverse. Some species live nowhere else on Earth. Fences harm wildlife, disrupt animal behaviors, and block migration routes. Those are just a few of the problems walls…

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18Jun 19

Discovered: Ancient symbols of a lost civilization

Archaeologists in western India have uncovered thousands of prehistoric rock carvings, known as petroglyphs, that could be the oldest ever found. Depicting animals, people, sea creatures, and more, the hilltop…

18Jun 19

Free Solo: Capturing a death-defying climb

When Alex Honnold decided to climb Yosemite’s El Capitan without a rope or safety gear in June 2017, filmmaker and fellow elite climber Jimmy Chin (and crew) were there to…

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Where can you go to swim with sharks? Hike along rooftops in a city? Race across a desert? Watch icebergs being born? Discover the distant past? This exciting series is all about daring, dreaming, and exploring. Get ready to learn about the farthest, deepest, highest, coldest places on the planet—and beyond.

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