Tag: animalia

The Figueroa Flock

Alexandra Frankel , May 16th, 2019


In Queens, a pigeon is one of the multispecies family. Emily Leshner and Ben Boteler Negrito lives the life of a typical New Yorker; he wakes, eats, goes…


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South America’s Golden Fleece

Alexandra Frankel , May 16th, 2019


In the Andes, a fine fleece is highly prized. Yet, scientists’ understandings of genetic variation and classification diverge sharply with local herders’ relations with their herds.  The guanaco,…


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Performing Penguin Care

Alexandra Frankel , May 16th, 2019


In the bright waters of the aquarium, penguins and their keepers propose a fishy utopia. Pushing through the glass doors of the aquarium, it’s always the smell that…


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Call for Proposals: Animalia

Alexandra Frankel , January 7th, 2019


AN invites you to go wild (or domestic) and submit proposals for our May/June “Animalia” issue. Whether your story is about bonobos or whales or bees, we want…


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