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Celebrating Human Curiosity
Celebrating Human Curiosity

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When humans let you down, and the world seems insane, birds have your back—though it may require some feeders.

https://www.thecuriousape.com/in-a-cynical-world-birds-are-my-happy-place/
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Some may reject evolution for faith reasons, but never underestimate the power of scientific literacy to fix that.

http://www.thecuriousape.com/study-understanding-how-evolution-works-goes-a-long-way-to-accepting-it/
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The Bering Sea is losing ice fast—as in, don’t blink, or you’ll miss it.

http://www.thecuriousape.com/the-bering-sea-is-nearly-iceless/
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The Last Nude is a love story between two women, between an artist and her muse, between an artist’s skill and her admirers, and between a vivacious city at the end of era and her most memorable residents.

http://www.thecuriousape.com/chance-encounters-a-review-of-the-last-nude/

#bookreviews #fiction #fictionreviews #thelastnude
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Nothing is more American than the National Park Service, and no park reflects the American consciousness like Yellowstone.

http://www.thecuriousape.com/the-rise-of-yellowstone-a-review-of-wonderlandscape/
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Happy #ArborDay!

A hike through the forest may have us looking at everything but the flourishing underworld beneath our feet.

http://www.thecuriousape.com/the-short-review-the-hidden-life-of-trees/
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We all leave the artifacts of our beliefs and feelings online. When they come back to haunts us, they could be opportunities for change.

http://www.thecuriousape.com/joy-reid-the-breadcrumbs-we-leave-behind-online/
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Photoreceptor cells (cones) enable us to see colors. Humans have three, but the peacock mantis shrimp has 16.

But, as it turns out, this may not be as impressive as it sounds.

http://www.thecuriousape.com/how-many-colors-can-the-peacock-mantis-shrimp-see/
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It's International Dark Sky Week. Do you know what's in your night sky?

http://www.thecuriousape.com/dark-sky-week/ #internationaldarkskyweek
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