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Afterglow

Novel 'Forest Dark' And Dog Book 'Afterglow' Consider The Meaning Of Life

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The Science And Art Of Mapping Animal Movements

A map in Where the Animals Go shows how baboons move near the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya, as tracked by anthropologist Margaret Crofoot and her colleagues in 2012.Margaret Crofoot, University of California, Davis; Damien Farine, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology /Courtesy of Oliver Ubertihide caption

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Margaret Crofoot, University of California, Davis; Damien Farine, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology /Courtesy of Oliver Uberti

In 'Forest Dark,' A Building In Israel Connects 2 Searching Souls

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