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Day: December 12, 2019

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Humpback Whale Population Bounces Back From Near-Extinction—From 450 to Over 25,000

News of declining populations of more and more species has become depressingly commonplace in recent times. It seems there is reason to celebrate however, as recent research shows that the humpback whales in the South Atlantic have rebounded from the brink of extinction and are thriving. The population of South Atlantic humpbacks were under immense …

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Elderly Couple Donate Their Land to Descendants of Native Americans Who Once Called It Home

In 1973, Jim and Margaret Hogan bought a piece of rural Burlington County in New Jersey. The 1.5 acres cost them $9,000 and was once part of Brotherton, part of the one and only Native American reservation in New Jersey. Jim Hogan, now 84 years old told the Philadelphia Inquirer: “We didn’t know that when we …

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