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ruined boats
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There’s a lot of scientific debate about the future of climate change. But have you ever considered the worst case scenario? David Wallace-Wells gives us one terrifying glimpse into the future.

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9:15
The thoroughly domesticated dog
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Merrill Markoe loves dogs. She’s written two novels and many comic essays about our furry friends. Doug Gordon sat down to talk with her about how dogs became our besties.  

Anne interviews Rick McIntyre during a wolf watching session.
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Wolf biologist Rick McIntyre took a moment from his own wolf watching to explain the lives of Yellowstone wolves, one he's observed first hand almost every day for 22 years.

Coyote in Yellowstone
Articles

Unlike their canine relatives, coyotes have thrived in the U.S. Despite having been hunted just as intensely as wolves, coyotes have survived.  Somehow, coyotes just spread, everywhere. Dan Flores told Steve Paulson how.  

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Rock climber Alex Honnold burst onto the scene a few years ago with some breathtaking solo climbs in Zion and Yosemite, and he’s pushed the limits for what climbers thought possible.

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12:14
Man gets lost
Sonic Sidebar

Rebecca Solnit prepares the smartphone era for a time when we no longer know how to not know where we are.

Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold
Video

Inside Alex Honnold’s Free Solo of El Capitan.

Length: 
2:57
shoe
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So you’re a serious runner? Consider the Self-Transcendence Race, running around the same half-mile loop for 3,100 miles.

Length: 
10:36
Tommy Caldwell, at his base camp in the middle of the Dawn Wall.
Articles

Tommy Caldwell talks about his lifelong obsession with climbing.

Length: 
16:06
Alex Honnold
Dangerous Ideas

He may have already conquered El Capitan, but Alex Honnold can dream up far more daring and dangerous adventures.

Length: 
2:05

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