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Wildlife Photo: Smiling Grizzly Cub

Wildlife Photo: Smiling Grizzly Cub

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 19, 2010 0

Is this grizzly cub smiling? Possibly, according to bear behavioralist Else Poulsen. In an article published in National Geographic magazine in 2016, Poulsen was quoted as saying: “Bears smile just like we do. They pull each

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Happy Birthday, Global Warming

Happy Birthday, Global Warming

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 16, 2010 18

Happy 35th, global warming. No, I’m not implying that the Earth started to warm up just 35 years ago, but that this month marks the birthday of the two-word term. On August 8, 1975,

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Animals Just Want to Have Fun

Animals Just Want to Have Fun

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 10, 2010 6

In a fourth grade science unit, I can remember my teacher telling the class that making and using tools was one of the most significant things that set human beings apart from all the

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Man vs. Nature (Or: Why Is Your Elbow in My Nature Photograph?)

Man vs. Nature (Or: Why Is Your Elbow in My Nature Photograph?)

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 27, 2010 7

I have lots of photos of people parts: the tops of heads adorning the bottom of a frame; errant elbows jutted into the right or left side of an image; a disconnected leg caught

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Adventures into Other Lives

Adventures into Other Lives

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 6, 2010 5

Sitting on a pretty hilltop on the Bonavista Peninsula of Newfoundland, there’s a little bed-and-breakfast in the quiet, seaside village of Trinity. I stayed there one night, in the summer of 2007, surrounded by

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Biodiversity, By Design

Biodiversity, By Design

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 30, 2010 19

We humans have drained half the world’s wetlands and fully exploited or overexploited 75 percent of its fishing grounds. There are other sobering statistics our behavior has caused: every day, 130 species of plants

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