Waste from invasive Asian jumping earthworms was contaminating US soil, climate change will make oysters less nutritious, and the Deepwater Horizon spill was found to have ruined stingrays' sense of smell. | Harper's Magazine

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Waste from invasive Asian jumping earthworms was contaminating US soil, climate change will make oysters less nutritious, and the Deepwater Horizon spill was found to have ruined stingrays’ sense of smell.

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Waste from invasive Asian jumping earthworms was contaminating US soil, climate change will make oysters less nutritious, and the Deepwater Horizon spill was found to have ruined stingrays’ sense of smell.

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