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Check out these flowering plants that can help give bees a boost.
Archeologists recently discovered domesticated crops from opposite sides of the continent mingled together in ancient herders campsites found in the rugged grasslands and mountains of central Asia. Continue reading →
Foresters and environmental scientists recently calculated how increased use of wood construction materials would reduce carbon dioxide pollution and fossil fuel demand. Continue reading →
The world has moved on since the 1986 catastrophe, but one thing hasn't changed very much: The dead trees, plants and leaves at the contaminated site.
It's very easy to tell the difference from plants and animals...right? It was announced last week that sea anemones are actually half animal, and half plant! Trace explains how something can be both.
Moss frozen on an Antarctic island for more than 1,500 years was brought back to life in a British laboratory.
Extinct elephants and other herbivores tended prehistoric Europe into a mixture of park-like spaces and clumps of forests. Continue reading →
Blooming cherry trees usher in spring to Washington, D.C. Take a look at the long history of our Capitol's trees.
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