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Voracious Crabs, Jujitsu Mouse, and the Biggest Data Yet

Also in our best of the web: blue-footed boobie decline, great koala count, wave energy deficit, and HIV-fighting coral protein

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Seeds on Loan, Solar Windows & At-Risk (and Way Cool) Birds

Also in our best of the web: NOAA nods to saltwater sport fishers, springtime rattlesnake confab, golf courses for conservation, and a bit more TED-tweaking.

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Antarctic Invaders, Fungal Wonders and Birds Galore

Also in our best of the web: rock snot, turkey invasion, the Jynx bird, an underground ocean, TED talks back, and what Cosmos got wrong.

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Loggerheads’ Lost Years, Bronx River Beavers & Sibley 2.0

Also in this week’s best of the web: blue-blooded horseshoe crabs, Javan rhinos, hitchhiking pseudoscorpions, and cave-dwelling crocodiles of Gabon

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Shrinking Fish, High Flying Bumblebees, Speeding Glaciers & More

Also in our weekly best of the web: the decline of natural history, the science of risk perception, and where the US is getting dirty with energy now.

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Forest Dilemmas

Too many deer. Logging one tree to save another. Beavers versus old growth. Welcome to forest conservation in the 21st century. Join us for a provocative 5-part series exploring the full complexity facing forest conservation in the eastern United States.

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3. Home of Weird Nature, The Cooler, Quick Study, Traveling Naturalist and other amazing features.

Cool Green Science is managed by Matt Miller, the Conservancy's deputy director for science communications, and edited by Bob Lalasz, its director of science communications. Email us your feedback.

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Investing in Seagrass
Marine scientists and fishers alike know that grass beds are valuable as nursery habitat. A new Conservancy-funded study puts a number to it.

Drones Aid Bird Conservation
How can California conservationists accurately count thousands of cranes? Enter a new tool in bird monitoring: the drone.

Creating a Climate-Smart Agriculture
Can farmers globally both adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change? A new paper answers with a definitive yes. But it won't be easy.

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