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These Communities Turn Discarded Fishing Nets Into Carpets

These Communities Turn Discarded Fishing Nets Into Carpets Explorer Heather Koldeway is helping people in the Philippines and beyond clean up ocean plastic, starting with ghost nets. Source: National Geographic Explorer Heather Koldeway is helping people in the Philippines and beyond clean up ocean plastic, starting with ghost nets. These Communities Turn Discarded Fishing Nets Into Carpets

These Fish Keep Forests Alive—And Fishing Threatens Them

These Fish Keep Forests Alive—And Fishing Threatens Them Scientists have found that many South American forests rely on large fish to transport their seeds—and that may put them at risk. Source: National Geographic Scientists have found that many South American forests rely on large fish to transport their seeds—and that may put them at risk. These Fish Keep Forests Alive—And Fishing Threatens Them

This Artist Used 25,000 Bottles to Build Brooklyn Bridge Replica

This Artist Used 25,000 Bottles to Build Brooklyn Bridge Replica The bottles were also part of a larger installation made by National Geographic explorer Asher Jay to draw attention to conservation issues. Source: National Geographic The bottles were also part of a larger installation made by National Geographic explorer Asher Jay to draw attention to conservation issues. This Artist Used 25,000 Bottles to Build Brooklyn Bridge Replica

These Are the First Jaguars Born in This Argentinian Wetland in Over a Century

These Are the First Jaguars Born in This Argentinian Wetland in Over a Century A pair of cubs was born in Iberá National Park, and scientists are aiming to be as minimally invasive in their lives as possible. Source: National Geographic A pair of cubs was born in Iberá National Park, and scientists are aiming to be as minimally invasive in their lives as possible. These Are the First Jaguars Born in This Argentinian Wetland in Over a Century

See Amazing Ocean Creatures That ‘Glow’

See Amazing Ocean Creatures That ‘Glow’ From coral to sea turtles, marine biologist David Gruber has found several biofluorescent marine species. Source: National Geographic From coral to sea turtles, marine biologist David Gruber has found several biofluorescent marine species. See Amazing Ocean Creatures That ‘Glow’