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This lesson introduces students to the science of linguistics and endangered languages.
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A study shows that low-flush toilets can develop problems due to aging.
This lesson helps students build their understanding of the properties of matter and of atomic mass.
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toolsNowhere to Hide ›A Touch of Class ›
science updatesBirdsong and Climate ›Dog Breeds ›
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collectionsIntroducing Ardi ›
The first in a series of video blogs of the 2014 National Geographic/National Park Service BioBlitz, held this year at Golden Gate National Parks in and around San Francisco, CA.
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