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  • ... Bodies" show of experimental animation promises to highlight new forms of media experience. ... Bodies" show of experimental animation promises to highlight new forms of media experience. The show will include an ... the form is the foundation for contemporary media in the sense that media production now often functions through the disassembly and ...
  • ... wildlife in Joshua Tree and scientists' attachment to the animals they study. [scald=43391:kl_image_original_context {"additionalClasses":""}] Baby Gambel's quail with Mom | Chris Clarke photo On May 6, early in the ... careful that sentiment doesn't blind you to what the animal is actually doing: It's easy to read human emotions into animals ...
  • A six part series, Wild South America explores the exciting, diverse and unique wildlife ... land of great extremes, stretching from the Equator almost to the Antarctic, from tropical seas to ice-capped peaks, and it has the planet's greatest river system, longest ...
  • ... weak, and their water too warm, to benefit the fish. " Baby salmon rely on that runoff to hitch a ride down to the estuary," ... question forces a value judgment. What do we value more? Wild , free-flowing rivers with healthy fish populations, thriving estuaries ...
  • ... in Southern California where you can take a walk on the wild side by visiting animals from around the world. ... as pets, movie stars, or roadside attractions. Wild animal sanctuaries now largely exist because they have to , because there's nowhere else for exotics born in captivity to ...
  • ... first place). And each misuse that doesn't kill bacteria, makes it stronger. So by flooding the marketplace with antibiotics, the ... on farms. And, as this troubling report by the CDC shows , that's leading to a whole bunch of health problems for us humans: ...
  • ... of that one great photograph. The award winning series shows you where, when and how to photograph wildlife in it's natural environment. ...
  • ... wisps of soft, billowy air. Her 10-minute Triumph of the Wild , for example, references the iconic portrait of state power in Triumph ... of familiar patriotism such that the murder of animals makes you nothing less than queasy. Or uneasy. Or incredibly excited that the ...
  • Few wild animals inspire in people the complex mix of affection and loathing ... candidates. Classified as a non-game "varmint" animal under California law, a licensed hunter can shoot coyotes at any time ... places and become accustomed to our presence, it makes sense that incidents will increase in frequency. ...
  • We've made a pledge to limit ourselves to one animal video per week. Enjoy this week's entry: the slo-mo wet dog ...

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