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Yes, You Can Learn to Speak the Language of Plants

Latin might seem like an obscure, inscrutable language for naming plants. But it can open up the botanical world in ways you can’t imagine. Some Latin plant names are commemorative, honoring the explorer who discovered them. Magnolia campbellii draws on two names: the...

The Greening of Antarctica

Few have witnessed the impact of global warming more closely than this scientist. By Marissa Grunes October 7, 2020 If Antarctica had a voice, it would be Jim McClintock. The marine biologist has been narrating the story of the changing continent for the past 30...

Earth Was a Very Different Place Before Mud

A great mud boom 400 million years ago changed features such as the shape of rivers and the planet’s biodiversity. Laura Poppick and KnowableAugust 22, 2020Years ago, geologist Neil Davies traveled to Bolivia to pick through heaps of fossilized fish. He wanted to know...