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Unfortunately, along with its glitz and glam, the jewelry industry is notorious for ripping through the earth and subjecting workers to dangerous c
(A young male elephant standing on a cube and reaching for a branch baited with food. By Foeder/Reiss, CUNY)
The saying goes that there’s nothing new under the sun. But under the sea is a different story.
(Citrus swallowtail. By Muhammad Mahdi Karim)
(Cheese production. By Sopra Mais, Flickr)
(Leda Meredith leads a foraging tour in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.)
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