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In this excerpt from the book "Fresh Banana Leaves," Indigenous scholar and scientist Jessica Hernandez looks at invasive species management and conservation from a more holistic perspective.
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Humans will unconsciously mimic the movements of another person when they're interacting, but does the same happen humans ...
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Supreme Court decision struck down parts of the Biden administration's OSHA vaccine mandate for large workplaces. But some ...