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5/31 @ 12:16 PM
PBSNature - Meet the group of macaques who are famous for holding the belongings of tourists for ransom: https://t.co/SKUd1Vud3J https://t.co/W4lXRdErsA

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5/30 @ 4:16 PM
PBSNature - For moose, swimming is an important survival skill: https://t.co/VsFWId9wkS https://t.co/LjbiIbIioe

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5/30 @ 1:02 PM
PBSNature - What makes a perfect home for a puffin? https://t.co/3Ru3WPfnke https://t.co/XaLSohBJfQ

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5/29 @ 9:21 PM
PBSNature - Nurturing curiosity about nature can help prepare little ones for school and beyond: https://t.co/xByHKQkhc3 https://t.co/DQ9Sbctrtu

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5/29 @ 12:58 PM
PBSNature - Get an update on the animals of ‘Jungle Animal Hospital’ from vet Alejandro Morales: https://t.co/qt4hGpCm9k https://t.co/hnyRlF06jP

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5/28 @ 7:58 PM
PBSNature - Weekend Watch: Track the coywolf from backyards all the way to the streets of New York City: https://t.co/1qwrpYck3V https://t.co/FJ9D4tHDHE

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5/28 @ 1:58 PM
PBSNature - For these lions, family time means playtime: https://t.co/S9knUTZXOT https://t.co/dMMh1QYiGB

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5/27 @ 3:58 PM
PBSNature - Learn why filming a peregrine hunting is one of the hardest things a cameraman can do: https://t.co/FZrkLcJi3x https://t.co/E9OOQrvhGR

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5/27 @ 12:58 PM
PBSNature - See how the seeds of some plants are taking advantage of the wind: https://t.co/ePNO2te8VW https://t.co/Scz9lTrhxO

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5/26 @ 8:49 PM
PBSNature - Learn what it takes to film the peregrine falcon in New York City: https://t.co/rOFyK3fmUK https://t.co/wzXUkVqIpo

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5/26 @ 4:16 PM
PBSNature - #DYK eels can spend decades in rivers and streams before returning to the oceans to spawn? https://t.co/VeQO75Fmvu https://t.co/02BHfJZjLQ

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5/23 @ 7:36 PM
PBSNature - 45-year-old female Aldabra tortoise + a male Pacific Brant goose = best friends for life. https://t.co/dbz5Jm12Vj https://t.co/xn5Tp3KCDD

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5/23 @ 12:36 PM
PBSNature - Meet the last living pair of rafetus turtles: https://t.co/1r4gydaH11 #WorldTurtleDay https://t.co/Wmje9BIdJs

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5/22 @ 10:36 PM
PBSNature - Learn how to introduce children to the world of science and animals with NATURE Nuggets: https://t.co/LVm165HtEX https://t.co/58Jq3qBa0Q

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5/22 @ 6:19 PM
PBSNature - Take a field trip with coyotes through Chicago: https://t.co/4cWJa9p4le https://t.co/Z0T9n5THYH

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5/22 @ 12:19 PM
PBSNature - Ostriches are fast - but cheetahs are faster: https://t.co/f0mdGaI585 https://t.co/6ib8XNiiyg

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5/22 @ 10:19 AM
PBSNature - "The continued existence of wildlife and wilderness is important to the quality of life of humans." - Jim Fowler https://t.co/WHz6oFHj5V

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5/21 @ 7:33 PM
PBSNature - Weekend Watch: Meet the team that works around the clock to try to save endangered animals: https://t.co/wghS7eyyaQ https://t.co/MGxYjjvLXK

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5/21 @ 1:19 PM
PBSNature - What are the differences between the western coyote and the coywolf? https://t.co/Gxc3Qn6oAt https://t.co/tm4PkJFXoI

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5/20 @ 4:19 PM
PBSNature - Trace the extraordinary evolutionary journey of the coywolf: https://t.co/VSyibi7ThD https://t.co/ypv9wz462G

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5/20 @ 3:46 PM
PBSNature - What happened after "Jungle Animal Hospital"? We spoke with Alejandro Morales to find out: https://t.co/JL7beUcngo https://t.co/0Aa6lhTk8w

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5/20 @ 2:03 PM
PBSNature - Meet Geoffrey, the scarlet macaw being taught what he needs to know to survive in the wild: https://t.co/ZLnW0ezZC8 https://t.co/CwY5sNqzex

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5/19 @ 3:14 PM
PBSNature - Meet Basil, the Yellow-Naped Amazon: https://t.co/WRH8hCrxpU https://t.co/J5IzSlKMc6

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5/19 @ 11:58 AM
PBSNature - Where else would a male koala search for a mate but the Australian suburbs? https://t.co/nqYTH6zp8D https://t.co/zUW6JbUjiB

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5/18 @ 8:58 PM
PBSNature - Liked "Jungle Animal Hospital"? Discover how orangutans are being saved in Northern Sumatra: https://t.co/CLcq0wI9Rs https://t.co/HaWNNExrCn

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5/18 @ 8:55 PM
PBSNature - Learn more about @ARCASGuate and their incredible work here: https://t.co/h5ut5Zqd5N https://t.co/Si1TmEKJRG

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5/18 @ 8:54 PM
PBSNature - Thank you to everyone who tuned in to "Jungle Animal Hospital"! Any favorite moments? #NaturePBS https://t.co/Y5eFzS1Nt9

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5/18 @ 8:53 PM
PBSNature - "We will still be here, fighting the battle for the animals." #NaturePBS https://t.co/qeAfdnQYX9

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5/18 @ 8:45 PM
PBSNature - Two of a kind. #NaturePBS https://t.co/RMfkiRTZAV

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5/18 @ 8:44 PM
PBSNature - "Seeing them up there, it's where they're meant to be." #NaturePBS https://t.co/xqiqDPiOK5

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5/18 @ 8:33 PM
PBSNature - When fully grown, a gray fox's tail makes up approximately one-third of their total body length. #NaturePBS https://t.co/LHpCNYGG3M

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5/18 @ 8:31 PM
PBSNature - "It's our job to protect the animal." #NaturePBS https://t.co/IWdKoEbvl3

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5/18 @ 8:24 PM
PBSNature - The scarlet macaw’s strong beak allows it to crush even the hardest nuts and seeds. #NaturePBS https://t.co/1p9BdsWf6Q

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5/18 @ 8:19 PM
PBSNature - Northern Potoos are difficult to spot in the wild thanks to their branch-like posture and plumage. #NaturePBS https://t.co/WTyufm7Hmh

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5/18 @ 8:14 PM
PBSNature - Howler monkeys earn their name from their loud howls that can be heard over several kilometers. #NaturePBS https://t.co/pA5OsUvEpd

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5/18 @ 8:10 PM
PBSNature - DYK young spider monkeys can remain with their mother for up to four or five years? #NaturePBS https://t.co/mkUxQh6Qtf

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5/18 @ 8:08 PM
PBSNature - Scarlet macaws are usually seen very small groups, but can join together in flocks of up to 30 birds. #NaturePBS https://t.co/EuVo52obne

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5/18 @ 8:07 PM
PBSNature - Fact: the Maya Biosphere Reserve is the largest uninterrupted tropical forest north of the Amazon. #NaturePBS https://t.co/BD5eMk0VUQ

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5/18 @ 8:06 PM
PBSNature - The lifespan of a spider monkey is estimated to be at least 33 years. #NaturePBS https://t.co/iENpEzsFJp

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5/18 @ 8:02 PM
PBSNature - The ARCAS Center receives between 300 and 600 animals (of more than 40 species) each year. #NaturePBS https://t.co/I7FoATBZfW

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