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Published on May 2, 2018
Dr. Meg Lowman climbs hundreds of feet off the ground to reach ecosystems at the very top of the rainforest. Her research sheds new light on these extremely diverse communities of plants and animals, from sloths to butterflies to tiny tardigrades.
Experience intense, unique, and sometimes dangerous moments with scientists working in the field, as they explain first-hand the kinds of risks they take to find answers. There's so much more to being a scientist than being stuck in a lab. Watch every Wednesday for new episodes of Science in the Extremes.
Chasing Sloths Hundreds Of Feet Above The Ground https://www.seeker.com/chasing-sloths... "Bryson Voirin is a canopy scientist, meaning he gets paid to climb trees all over the world in the name of science and even entertainment."
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Tardigrade ‘Water Bear’ Dries to a Crisp and Then Comes Back to Life https://www.seeker.com/water-bear-dri... "The aquatic animal's ability to spring back to life from extreme conditions holds promise for new medical treatments."
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