Brigit Katz

Bird lady with bylines. Words: @SmithsonianMag, @WomenintheWorld, @Hyperallergic, @GlblCtzn + others. #binders

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The Bahamas’ Conchs Have Undergone ‘Serial Depletion’
January, 16 2019
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Alabama Judge Overturns Law That Protected Confederate Monuments
January, 16 2019
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‘Bouncing’ Baby Orca Spotted Among Endangered Population
January, 15 2019
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Rome's Mayor Says Coins Tossed Into Trevi Fountain Will Still Go to Poor
January, 15 2019
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The Vatican’s New Track Team Includes Priests, Nuns and a Scholar
January, 14 2019
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The Government Shutdown Is Affecting FDA Food Inspections—but Don’t Panic
January, 11 2019
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Very Naughty Kitty Slashed 17th-Century Portrait
January, 11 2019
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Brazil Dissolves Its Ministry of Culture
January, 10 2019
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Blue Pigments in Medieval Woman’s Teeth Suggest She Was a Highly Skilled Artist
January, 10 2019
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An Iguana Species Last Documented by Charles Darwin Has Been Reintroduced to a Galapagos Island
January, 9 2019
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Why Scientists Want to Engineer Spicy Tomatoes
January, 9 2019
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Scientists Identify Gene Pattern That Makes Some Animals Monogamous
January, 9 2019
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Rochester's 150-Year-Old Historical Society Hit Hard by Lack of Funding
January, 8 2019
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Some Hummingbirds Evolved Bills That Make Them Better at Fighting—but Worse at Feeding
January, 4 2019
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Heavily Abridged ‘Slave Bible’ Removed Passages That Might Encourage Uprisings
January, 4 2019
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New York City Has Banned Plastic Foam Containers
January, 3 2019
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Archaeologists Find First-Known Temple of ‘Flayed Lord’ in Mexico
January, 3 2019
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Two Women Make History By Entering One of India’s Holiest Sites
January, 3 2019
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See Ten Lusty Cane Toads Latch Onto a Powerless Python
January, 2 2019
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Remembering Nancy Grace Roman, Trailblazing Astronomer Known as ‘Mother of the Hubble’
January, 2 2019
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Why We Want to Squeeze Cute, Little Things
December, 31 2018
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Scientists Cracked Themselves Up with a Study that Found Parachutes Are No More Effective than Empty Backpacks
December, 31 2018
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One of the World’s Rarest Birds Has Been Reintroduced to the Wild in Madagascar
December, 31 2018
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Japan to Launch Commercial Whaling Operations This Summer
December, 26 2018
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Google Virtual Tour Preserves Collections Destroyed in Brazil Museum Fire
December, 26 2018
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The U.S. Finally Made Lynching a Federal Crime
December, 21 2018
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What Is a Shark Tooth Doing in the Neck of a Flying Pterosaur?
December, 21 2018
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Cliquey Adriatic Dolphins May Have Strategies for Avoiding Each Other
December, 19 2018
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Found: The Earliest Cinematic Depiction of a Black Couple Kissing
December, 19 2018
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A Dracula Ant's Snapping Jaw Is the Fastest Known Appendage in the Animal Kingdom
December, 18 2018
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With Cornerstone Set, Mosul's Landmark al-Nuri Mosque Begins Rebuilding Process
December, 18 2018
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Shrinking of Utah National Monument May Threaten Bee Biodiversity
December, 17 2018
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Archaeologist Reconstructs Ruins of Tiwanaku Temple in Bolivia Using 3-D Printing Technology
December, 17 2018
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Rethinking the Corny History of Maize
December, 14 2018
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Washington Governor Proposes Dramatic Plan to Save Dying Orca Population
December, 14 2018
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Chicken Bones May Be the Legacy of Our Time
December, 13 2018
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Arc de Triomphe to Reopen After Being Vandalized During ‘Yellow Vest’ Protests
December, 11 2018
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How to Spot This Year’s Spectacular Geminids Meteor Shower
December, 10 2018
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Sprawling Museum of Black Civilizations Opens in Senegal
December, 10 2018
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New Butterfly Species Named After 17th Century Female Naturalist
December, 7 2018
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What Is ‘Life-Affirming’ Coral, Pantone's Color of the Year?
December, 7 2018
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This 68-Year-Old Bird Has Laid Yet Another Egg
December, 6 2018
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Excessive Vitamin D in Pet Food May Be Making Dogs Sick
December, 5 2018
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UNC's 'Silent Sam' Could Be Coming Back to Campus. Here's What to Know
December, 5 2018
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Dads Also Pass on Mitochondrial DNA, Contrary to Long-Standing Belief
December, 3 2018
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Rare Photo of Vincent van Gogh Likely Depicts the Artist’s Brother
December, 3 2018
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200 Whales Have Died in Three Mass Strandings on New Zealand’s Shores
November, 30 2018
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Now Streaming: The Entire Catalogue of "Sesame Street" Songs
November, 30 2018
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Listen Live: The First Public Performance of Music by Auschwitz I Men's Orchestra Since the War
November, 30 2018
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Drug-Resistant Bacteria Found on International Space Station Toilet
November, 29 2018
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