Christine Dell'Amore

Christine Dell'Amore

@cdellamore

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Bug-loving adventurer. Senior animals editor at @NatGeo. Author of South Pole. Co-founder @DCSWA Newsbrief Award. 7 continents, 50 states; nat’l parks next!

Washington, D.C.
Joined on June 23, 2009
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This image is going to stick with me for a long time. How PPE is harming wildlife, by @edbites for @NatGeo https://t.co/jFxaJzAs7V

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thanks to @NishaROwen @AnotherBobSmith @adamTford @HugePossum @LeahLeopold for sharing your perspectives and research with me!

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I've felt like screaming a lot recently. Apparently, a whole bunch of those pent-up emotions can be expressed by those screams. My latest @NatGeo https://t.co/lVCUxge85B

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Look! We found Nemo! He just happens to be an arachnid instead of a clownfish. 🤣🕷️@JustinMeneguzzi has the story for @NatGeo https://t.co/eQGsFy8Qts

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I think I sleuthed it: The patent-leather beetle. Such a charming name!

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In 1954, Betty White was criticized for having Arthur Duncan, a Black performer, on her show. 
When the show went national, affiliates from southern states complained and Betty said "I'm sorry. Live with it" and gave Duncan MORE airtime. 
The show was soon cancelled. https://t.co/zzrk7eR82V

In 1954, Betty White was criticized for having Arthur Duncan, a Black performer, on her show. When the show went national, affiliates from southern states complained and Betty said "I'm sorry. Live with it" and gave Duncan MORE airtime. The show was soon cancelled. https://t.co/zzrk7eR82V

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Is this a click beetle, #Entomology Twitter? 🪲 https://t.co/t4PY1ubSKD

Is this a click beetle, #Entomology Twitter? 🪲 https://t.co/t4PY1ubSKD

I saw a beautiful coyote running along Queen St this morning in Toronto. I can’t tell you the joy it brings me to know that despite the concrete and asphalt, nature somehow manages to survive. It’s now our responsibility to learn how to coexist with our non-human neighbours 🐺

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Every time I log onto Zoom it says "Congratulations on hosting your first Zoom meeting!" If only. This is like the 357th.

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What was it like to lunch with Prince Philip? @NatGeo's deputy director of photography, Kathy Moran, got the chance. https://t.co/M68yQcvmQG

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King Kong may have made chest beating famous, but there's a lot Hollywood got wrong. @bittelmethis explains some recent intriguing science on why the great apes perform this percussive display. https://t.co/nrdcNw6GiK @NatGeo #KingKongVsGodzilla

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This is a big deal: A mysterious neurological disease is killing Florida panthers—and bobcats. The cause is as yet unknown. https://t.co/HXvU4hWrk4

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Can any East Coast entomologists tell me when Brood X is likely going to peak? #cicadas #Broodx https://t.co/u6x6995RdO

Can any East Coast entomologists tell me when Brood X is likely going to peak? #cicadas #Broodx https://t.co/u6x6995RdO

Come work with me! We're looking for an editor with strong writing skills to join the @SNStudents team at @ScienceNews. https://t.co/FScfXyJ3at

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Will rare trout return to the world's longest paved waterway, the Los Angeles River? Conservationists hope the river will once again be a haven for wildlife. by @ciovenko for @NatGeo https://t.co/JHDx3AQT69

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Meet Dr. Eugenie Clark, affectionately known as “the Shark Lady.” She led underwater research expeditions in more than 20 countries and shared her work by writing 12 articles for @NatGeo magazine—including one entitled “Sharks: Magnificent and Misunderstood.” https://t.co/olkqSvPdjI

Meet Dr. Eugenie Clark, affectionately known as “the Shark Lady.” She led underwater research expeditions in more than 20 countries and shared her work by writing 12 articles for @NatGeo magazine—including one entitled “Sharks: Magnificent and Misunderstood.” https://t.co/olkqSvPdjI

Good reminder to not release pet goldfish😮

Photo from today at Huntley Meadows Park in Virginia https://t.co/GFkf5E2FJp

Good reminder to not release pet goldfish😮 Photo from today at Huntley Meadows Park in Virginia https://t.co/GFkf5E2FJp

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