Joshua Rapp Learn

Expat Albertan in DC w/ writing credits in NatGeo, Smithso, WaPo, Atlantic, TStar, Hakai, VICE. Speak to me in español, français, português ig: vagabondreports

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Before the Inca Ruled South America, the Tiwanaku Left Their Mark on the Andes
April, 1 2019
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One of the 'Rarest Butterflies Ever' May Have Been a Moth All Along
March, 29 2019
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Should the Himalayan Wolf Be Classified As a New Species?
February, 1 2019
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Complete Axolotl Genome Could Reveal the Secret of Regenerating Tissues
January, 24 2019
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To Study Rare Sharks, Scientists Are Heading to Fish Markets
January, 11 2019
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Thousand-Year-Old Rock Art Likely Served as a Gathering Point for Llama Caravans Crossing the Andes
December, 10 2018
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Ritual Cemeteries—For Cows and Then Humans—Plot Pastoralist Expansion Across Africa
November, 1 2018
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The Maya Captured, Traded and Sacrificed Jaguars and Other Large Mammals
September, 12 2018
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Toxic Chemicals Banned 20 Years Ago Finally Disappearing From Arctic Wildlife
September, 6 2018
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Ancient Ceramic Cups Reveal Oldest Direct Evidence of Beer in Mesopotamia
August, 13 2018
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Lizards With Bigger Toes and Smaller Hind Legs Survive Hurricanes
July, 25 2018
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Genes That Jump Between Species Could Rewrite Our Understanding of Evolution
July, 19 2018
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Some Animals Take Turns While Talking, Just Like Humans. Why?
June, 19 2018
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Fear of Humans Is Forcing Daytime Animals Into Night Mode
June, 14 2018
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How Culture Guides Belugas' Annual Odysseys Across the Arctic
April, 13 2018
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When Genetics and Linguistics Challenge the Winners’ Version of History
March, 27 2018
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Dogs and Humans Didn’t Become Best Friends Overnight
February, 22 2018
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Do Other Animals Besides Humans Go Bald?
February, 15 2018
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For Immigrant Mongooses, It Can Take Time to Earn Society’s Trust
December, 4 2017
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How Stressed Out Are Zebras? Just Ask Their Poop
November, 30 2017
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Burials Unearthed in Poland Open the Casket on The Secret Lives of Vampires
October, 27 2017
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Western Chimpanzees Have Declined By 80 Percent Over The Past 25 Years
October, 20 2017
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How Killing Moose Can Save Caribou
August, 29 2017
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Whoa: Polygamous Wolf Spiders Have a Natural Form of Birth Control
August, 23 2017
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Why Snail Sex Is Like a Box of Chocolates
July, 20 2017
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The Hidden Dangers of Road Salt
May, 26 2017
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Is #Hashtagging Your Environment on Instagram Enough to Save It?
April, 7 2017
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Poaching Isn't the Cheetah's Only Problem
April, 7 2017
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Meet Eight Species That Are Bending the Rules of Reproduction
March, 28 2017
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Birds Struggle to Keep Their Marriages in Rapidly Changing Urban Environments
February, 6 2017
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Canadian Scientists Explain Exactly How Their Government Silenced Science
January, 30 2017
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When Is Sex Worth Going the Distance? When You’re a Salamander, Apparently
January, 13 2017
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Drilling Deep: How Ancient Chinese Surgeons Opened Skulls and Minds
December, 5 2016
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Ancient Maya Bloodletting Tools or Common Kitchen Knives? How Archaeologists Tell the Difference
August, 24 2016
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Mercury-Laden Sea Lion Carcasses Threaten California's Coastal Condors
August, 9 2016
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It Might Be Impossible to Turn Back the Clock on Altered Ecosystems
March, 9 2016
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Seabirds Are Dumping Pollution-Laden Poop Back on Land
December, 1 2015
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