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E D I T O R I A L J A N U A R Y 2 0 2 1


CONTENT

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WHO KILLED THE INDIGENOUS FAMILY IN THE

PERUVIAN AMAZON ? AND WHY ?

THE RADICAL HISTORY OF THE RED POWER MOVE-

MENT’S FIGHT FOR NATIVE AMERICAN SOVEREIGNTY

MICROPLASTIC FOUND NEAR EVEREST’S PEAK,

HIGHEST EVER DETECTED IN THE WORLD

PACKAGING FOR GOOD

6,000 YEARS OF ARROWS EMERGE FROM MELTING

NORWEGIAN ICE PATCH

CHINA’S NEW MOON MISSION TO RETURN THE FIRST

LUNAR SAMPLES SINCE 1976

WHY CRACKING DOWN ON THE SHARK FIN TRADE

MAY BE EASIER THAN WE THOUGHT

LEAF-CUTTER ANTS HAVE ROCKY CRYSTAL ARMOR,

NEVER BEFORE SEEN IN INSECTS

MEET THE FEARLESS WOMEN SAILORS WHO ARE

TAKING ON THE ‘EVEREST OF THE SEAS’

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PHOTO OF THE DAY



Who killed this Indigenous

family in the Peruvian

Amazon? And why?

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HISTORY & CULTURE

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The

radical

history

of

the

Red

Power

movement's

fight

for

Native

American

sovereignty


HISTORY & CULTURE

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E N V I R O M E N T

Microplastic found near

Everest’s peak, highest

ever detected in the

WORLD

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EVNIROMENT

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S C I E N C E

6,000 years of arrows emerge

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from melting Norwegian ice

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China’s new moon

the first lunar

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S C I E N C E

mission to return

samples since

76

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Why cracking down

may be easier


S C I E N C E

on the shark fin trade

than we thought

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A N I M A L

Leaf-cutter ants have rocky

crystal armor, never before

seen in insects

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A D V A N T U R E

Meet the fearless

women sailors who

are taking on the

‘Everest of the seas’

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