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How Trophy Hunting Actually Benefits Croatian Brown Bears

How Trophy Hunting Actually Benefits Croatian Brown Bears

Shoot a bear in Croatia, and you can skin it and turn the hide into a rug to adorn the floor of your living room. Or, if you wanted, you could hack off its head, stuff it, mount it, and hang it above your fireplace.

October 2, 2013 — Jason G. Goldman

Science and Art Exhibits To Launch 2015

The number of exhibits combining science and art in some capacity has grown steadily since I began blogging about them in 2011. With exhibits in galleries and museums across the country, there’s something for everyone.

January 12, 2015 — Kalliopi Monoyios

Paper Dragons Redefine an Ancient Art

Paper cutting as an art form is almost as old as paper itself. Traditionally, though, paper cuts are 2-dimensional, almost cartoonish depictions of scenes because of the nature of the process: either the paper is there, or it is cut away, leaving the artist with two tones to work with.

September 13, 2014 — Kalliopi Monoyios
How China’s Pet Dogs Might Save Wild Tigers

How China’s Pet Dogs Might Save Wild Tigers

On the streets of Beijing, little old ladies coax even littler dogs to do their business. Some even bear the little plastic bags carried by civically conscious urbanite pet-lovers everywhere.

November 26, 2013 — David Biello
Empowering Native Alaskans to Become Stewards of Their Land

Empowering Native Alaskans to Become Stewards of Their Land

The 408 residents of Tuntutuliak Alaska, live at the mouth of the Kuskokwim River, 450 miles west of Anchorage over a mountain range and across a seemingly endless and treeless rolling tundra plain.

April 20, 2015 — Dr. Herb Schroeder and Beth Spangler

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