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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.
Jim Gohary brings unique blend of experience from finance, nonprofit, and government sectors
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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.
From Aug. 1 to Nov. 2, the Academy will display winning images from its inaugural photo competition, BigPicture.
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