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“No Limits” | New York. A wounded city

The area of New York City destroyed by the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001, now referred to as Ground Zero, continues a process that goes back to the earliest traces of human civilizational activity. Here you can trace, layer by layer, the historical changes that have taken place in the area, and new buildings...

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How to save Parnassius? | Textbook for schools

Current climate change and the related loss of biodiversity affect many species of animals and plants. The latest publication of American researchers “Wings That Make Waves”, was created in cooperation with scientists from the University of Silesia. It presents the history of Parnassius clodius (Parnassius sp.) And shows how the butterfly is connected with ecosystems...

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