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Hi Nature Lover!


We hope you're enjoying your summer so far! Many of you might be heading to the beach this weekend, and we'd like the take this opportunity to clear up some misconceptions about one of the ocean's most feared creatures: Sharks.

(SPOILER ALERT: They are NOT hungry man-eaters always looking to attack!)

To separate shark fact from shark fiction, read on, and let us know if you learn something new! 

Karen Ho
Social Media Specialist, NATURE

Shattering Shark Myths

While sharks often serve as the villainous subject of many stories, researchers say sharks don't deserve their bad reputation.
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Meet the World's Smallest Monkey

Weighing less than an apple, pygmy marmosets are the tiniest monkeys on earth.

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Mythbusting Opossum Facts | Backyard Nature

Do you know the difference between an opossum and a possum? Explore the myths and misconceptions surrounding the widely misunderstood opossum with wildlife filmmaker Alex Goetz.

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Undercover in the Jungle

Go undercover in the untouched Amazon jungle to meet some of the most incredible creatures.
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Citizen Science

Using drone technology, the goal of Iguanas From Above is to help secure the future existence of the Galapagos marine iguana.
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Nature Miracles

To avoid baking in the hot sun, the epaulette shark has evolved an extraordinary strategy– it walks to water.
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