I’m pretty sure that if you make it 63 years, you win the game of hide and seek.
- A long-fingered frog, last seen in 1949, has come out of hiding. (Huffington Post)
- New tool predicts Amazon deforestation a year before it happens. (Mongabay)
- A controversial pesticide has been linked to global bee decline. (Wired)
- Live, interactive wind energy map looks like a living van Gogh painting. (Clean Technica)
- New data from an historic sea level rise may help predict effects of climate change. (Scientific American)
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