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Academy biologists will employ their larval rearing expertise to raise the young sea stars to adulthood.
For his trailblazing work in deep coral reefs, Rocha joins 50 other explorers in this Rolex-backed honor.
Four new African penguin chicks to take part in their first Penguin Valentines event on February 14.
Creators will receive $20,000 for a one-year program centering environmental justice, climate, and nature.
Scientific observation platform allows citizen scientists to contribute to global biodiversity database.
Science Today app keeps finger on the pulse of science news with engaging videos and original articles.
Every skull tells a story. By examining skulls, scientists learn how vertebrate animals live, die, and evolve.
Our new digital learning course "Biodiversity" is available for free to science enthusiasts around the world.
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