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All Stories by Trishla Ostwal
These are some of the fun science stories from this year that we couldn’t wait to talk about with friends.
Tangier Island could be lost to rising seas sooner than previously realized. Whether to save the island or move its residents remains undecided.
On the Yucatán Peninsula, mangroves trapped nearly 200 kilometers from the ocean are part of a “relict ecosystem” that’s more than 100,000 years old.
By pretending to be Neandertals, researchers show that the ancient hominids likely had the skills to easily hunt crowlike birds called choughs.