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1/24 @ 9:37 PM
PBSNature - Before this week's final episode, catch up on Parts 1 & 2 of "Natural Born Hustlers": https://t.co/zpFBm9pZ1m https://t.co/5ld0Ql6odM

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1/24 @ 11:35 AM
PBSNature - "It is simply unbelievable how happy flowers are." - Osho #NaturePBS https://t.co/ANTKimLGFn

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1/23 @ 6:19 PM
PBSNature - Weekend Watch: Discover the three-year story of the most famous wolf pack in America: https://t.co/jHpBJobrYm https://t.co/RGodkWARtz

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1/22 @ 10:07 AM
PBSNature - #FridayFeeling https://t.co/l5u5EHWDO5

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1/21 @ 9:25 PM
PBSNature - See even more reasons why the killer whale is the most devastating predator in the ocean: https://t.co/akrRVef2Np https://t.co/OxYb9EIsC8

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1/21 @ 7:38 PM
PBSNature - Missed last night's episode? Now you can watch Part 2 of "Natural Born Hustlers" online: https://t.co/qBLb5fcgH5 https://t.co/7is2UME3xj

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1/20 @ 3:43 PM
PBSNature - See why the hunger hustle is real in Part 2 of "Natural Born Hustlers," starting tonight at 8/7c on @PBS. https://t.co/zqY423K8eV

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1/18 @ 7:12 PM
PBSNature - Fact: ducks are incredibly diverse and can be found all over the world! See more: https://t.co/FBcqkrGjCB https://t.co/rOrwRGXIR1

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1/18 @ 12:06 PM
PBSNature - When the ocean freezes over, polar bears head out on the pack ice to hunt: https://t.co/I8XH72uRAj https://t.co/SV25RJlT9g

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1/17 @ 8:06 PM
PBSNature - Ready to meet more Natural Born Hustlers? Watch a preview of this week's #NaturePBS episode: https://t.co/lpbR2RZ7h5 https://t.co/D8X93eGlFO

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1/17 @ 6:05 PM
PBSNature - #DYK: While a typical wolf pack includes 6 - 8 members, it can also include up to 30 wolves? https://t.co/i9PSc5VmII

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1/16 @ 9:04 PM
PBSNature - Missed Part One of "Natural Born Hustlers" episode? Now you can watch it online: https://t.co/sawdJb8u5r https://t.co/gbuD4C8VSD

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1/14 @ 10:04 PM
PBSNature - If you liked "Natural Born Hustlers", watch "Animal Misfits" for more fascinating creatures: https://t.co/FeFa17mndT https://t.co/iMcVQ3P5hk

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1/14 @ 7:13 PM
PBSNature - Can you spot the camouflaged creature? See more: https://t.co/AZj4HiI2IP https://t.co/K3vl8qutni

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1/14 @ 12:00 PM
PBSNature - That's a wrap! Learn more about our upcoming #GiantDinosaur episode, airing 2/17 on @PBS, here: https://t.co/hXEeCaMIu2

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1/14 @ 11:18 AM
PBSNature - Its neck alone is 39 ft long, and straight up the #Titanosaur could see into a 5 story building. #GiantDinosaur https://t.co/U7N72Kv0YJ

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1/14 @ 11:08 AM
PBSNature - At 122 ft long, the #Titanosaur is too large to fit in one room. #GiantDinosaur https://t.co/upcnR3sPbj

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1/14 @ 11:01 AM
PBSNature - Where might we find new #Titanosaurs? They're known from every continent, including Antarctica! #GiantDinosaur @AMNH

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1/14 @ 10:53 AM
PBSNature - "About half of the #Titanosaur species known came from South America." #GiantDinosaur @AMNH

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1/14 @ 10:49 AM
PBSNature - "There's nothing like finding a great new fossil." #Titanosaur #GiantDinosaur

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1/14 @ 10:22 AM
PBSNature - We're at @AMNH with a first look at their new exhibit & the subject of our #GiantDinosaur episode: the #Titanosaur! https://t.co/SC3cOygx2w

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1/11 @ 7:25 PM
PBSNature - Meet Mmamoriri, an extraordinary African lioness that looks and acts male: https://t.co/wmr3NH653r https://t.co/LDGElADYHN

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1/10 @ 9:04 PM
PBSNature - Squirrels: Masters of Disguise. (Learn why: https://t.co/oM4D85VYDG) https://t.co/AkfzqHCVvY

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1/10 @ 10:22 AM
PBSNature - What can we learn from animals about friendship? https://t.co/vLfVTpKZg8 https://t.co/Na1pk5Ryuj

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1/9 @ 7:40 PM
PBSNature - #WeekendWatch: Discover some unlikely cross-species relationships in "Animal Odd Couples": https://t.co/ue8uYAi16q https://t.co/U4L6d0qch3

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1/9 @ 12:38 PM
PBSNature - #DYK: Snake skin is so flexible it can be stretched over an armored alligator without tearing: https://t.co/DTkSOa2OA4

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1/8 @ 5:44 PM
PBSNature - Smells like trouble: https://t.co/P14M1vGcO8 https://t.co/oFI09p8Gv3

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1/8 @ 3:10 PM
PBSNature - Fact: Although lions are often called “King of the Jungle”, they actually live in grassy, open lands like savannas. https://t.co/f5xeFITenk

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1/7 @ 8:28 PM
PBSNature - Watch this mother-daughter duo tackle a several-thousand-mile journey together: https://t.co/vv3WPjyRDO https://t.co/sII4nnaBeA

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1/7 @ 1:46 PM
PBSNature - See how a group of sneaky squirrels have learned to outsmart deadly rattlesnakes: https://t.co/d2vqvmfFBe https://t.co/T4dN4sKFv2

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1/7 @ 11:33 AM
PBSNature - Meet some of nature’s greatest animal con artists in Part One of "Natural Born Hustlers," airing on 1/13 on @PBS. https://t.co/bteqJoWdyp

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1/6 @ 12:16 PM
PBSNature - Can you name this clever critter? Learn more: https://t.co/vwrjBalI3U https://t.co/TtQeZiO8hg

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1/5 @ 10:58 PM
PBSNature - Meet the mudskipper, a type of fish that can breathe air: https://t.co/78ZtlpXJsd https://t.co/c0paCu4cDt

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1/5 @ 6:17 PM
PBSNature - This #NationalBirdDay, get to know the greater sage-grouse: https://t.co/DyLGK091eU https://t.co/yxp5pKZVjO

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1/4 @ 9:57 PM
PBSNature - Nature not only survives in the Balkans, it thrives: https://t.co/LPkaaDIcAN https://t.co/IxSHAZE58L

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1/4 @ 7:18 PM
PBSNature - Introducing the giant kangaroo rat, whose methods of communication include "foot thumping": https://t.co/b8BSqgh2Jj https://t.co/qBIn03OcKL

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1/4 @ 4:48 PM
PBSNature - Chameleons are more than just masters of disguise, they're also masters of raw muscle power: https://t.co/UbQY8W3Bu7 via @sciencemagazine

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1/4 @ 1:12 PM
PBSNature - #DYK: Gray wolf pups are born unable to both see or hear? https://t.co/yzoHTPBlZp

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1/3 @ 11:57 PM
PBSNature - How did the leopard get its spots? https://t.co/MPdNZvmefB https://t.co/BiFPtQGrp0

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1/2 @ 6:09 PM
PBSNature - #DYK: normal-sized hummingbirds have ~940 feathers, more feathers per sq inch of their body than any other bird. https://t.co/cKlHL1XJnB

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