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Experiencing nature through a creative lens
Veterans dug up a WWII bomber—in hopes of finding peace
Why animal shelters are facing a new crisis
Mars rover grabs first rock sample
This strategy is helping the West contain wildfires
This strategy is helping the West contain wildfires
The shaky science behind ivermectin as a COVID-19 cure
The shaky science behind ivermectin as a COVID-19 cure
Bumblebee not seen since 2006 listed as endangered
Bumblebee not seen since 2006 listed as endangered
September 11, 2001: Pausing to remember those who were lost
September 11, 2001: Pausing to remember those who were lost

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Overheard: Portraits of Afghanistan Before the Fall
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Saving the Creepy Crawlies
Ugly insects get ready for their close-ups after COVID-19 inspires photographer Joel Sartore to focus on the bugs in his own backyard.

September 2021 Issue

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Cheetah cubs poached and sold as pets, Instagram props
As the Taliban return, Afghanistan's past threatens its future
The stories behind Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s iconic collars
These monster waves test even the most daring surfers

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