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World-renowned international photo competition awards awe-inspiring wildlife and conservation images
Democratized access to collections data will help guide conservation and management decisions across the state.
Using a novel Past-Present-Future approach, the researchers uncovered the "sea cow effect" on kelp forests.
Pedigree provides insights for maximizing genetic diversity and adaptability in corals bred for conservation.
Stunning images of Earth and its lifeforms represent the best nature and wildlife photographers in the world.
41,000+ citizen scientists—some while sheltering in place—provided important urban biodiversity observations.
This year, the City Nature Challenge focuses on international collaboration and the healing power of nature.
New aquarium exhibit and larger-than-life animatronic models explore the mystery and power of venom on Earth.
From our new exhibit Venom to meeting spiders in the rainforest,
the Academy is feeling the sting of spring!
Rayna Bell, African frog expert, joins the Academy’s Institute for Biodiversity Science and Sustainability.
Extent of aquatic-associated spider species suggests they’re pre-adapted to watery environments.
From research talks to new aquarium animals, the Academy is ringing in the new year by bringing on the science!
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