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What Tardigrades Can Teach Us About Life in the Rainforest

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Categories: Biology   |   Environmental   |   Science  
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Dr. Meg Lowman climbs hundreds of feet off the ground to reach ecosystems at the very top of the rainforest. Her research sheds new light on these extremely diverse communities of plants and animals, from sloths to butterflies to tiny tardigrades.

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