Conservación de Tiburones
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Conservación de Tiburones

If there is a species in the entire animal kingdom that is mysterious to humans, then it is the family of sharks. Books and scripts have made them the great villains, but the reality is that we just don’t know them and if we go on like this, we won’t know them at all. Many […]

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Cognitive Development in the First Two Years
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Cognitive Development in the First Two Years

In the first two years of life, one of the most exciting components is the development of language. The body, as a whole, is certainly developing as well. However, as language begins to develop, a child’s ability to communicate becomes a significant advancement in their ability to interact with others. During these early years, infants […]

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Facts: The Hagfish

Hagfish are primitive jawless marine fish. They are the only known animals with a skull, but no vertebral column. They contain a simple flexible rod called a notochord running the length of their body. Their skin is very loosely attached to their body and they can squeeze through openings that are less than half their […]

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What Happened To The Philippine Agriculture?
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What Happened To The Philippine Agriculture?

The Philippines is a small country, consisting of seven thousand six hundred and forty-one islands. Also known as the pearl of the orient the Philippines is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world. Their abundance in ecology allows them to reap the benefits of both a developing nation and an agricultural country. Their […]

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Conserving the American Kestrel
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Conserving the American Kestrel

[Truck horn sounds] [Light, upbeat music plays] [Sadie Ranck]: We are out on our kestrel study site south of Boise. We have around a hundred nest boxes out here. [American Kestrel sounds] We’re out here monitoring breeding American Kestrels. They’re the smallest falcon in North America, and every year we trap the adults, count the […]

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Tuning In to Speech Sounds
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Tuning In to Speech Sounds

Thanks again, Warren, for coming in. We really appreciate it. Psychologist Dr. Janet Worker wants to know how babies distinguish speech sounds of their native language. Babies, just like adults, are interested in new information. So when they hear something that’s different from what they’ve been hearing before, their interest perks up. And you can […]

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Postsecondary Teacher Career Video

It’s said that the best professors awaken greatness in students, and inspire them to reach their potential both in their careers and in life. Postsecondary teachers, often called professors or faculty, teach students at the college level, in a wide variety of subjects, and often contribute to the development of knowledge in their fields. Professors […]

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