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Organizations contributing to the preservation of elephants

January 24, 2017

Organizations around the world are supporting the cause of elephant preservation. For as long as ivory has been desired elephants have been poached due to the ivory found in their tusks. Theweek.com est...

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All about Inside Battlefield

January 3, 2017

The first regular television broadcast in the U.S. began in the 1940s. This show, started by CBS, was the first of many shows such as NBC, CNN, and more. Today, Battlefield students are following in these...

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The effects of fake news on social media

January 3, 2017

In this day and age, social media dominates almost every aspect of people’s lives. They communicate with friends through it, share their actions throughout the day, and use it as a source of entertain...

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The greatest elephants on earth

November 28, 2016

In 1884 five rambunctious brothers, Albert, August, Otto, Alfred T., Charles, John and Henry Ringling North started one of the world’s most famous circuses, the Ringling Bros. In 1919 the Bros. combined forces with ...

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Turtle season on Anna Maria Island

November 28, 2016

Just south of the Tampa Bay on the West Coast of Florida, Anna Maria Island sits in a lively ecosystem of marine life ranging from stingrays to sharks on a daily basis. The island is home to a variety...

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Battlefield brothers make a tech breakthrough

November 3, 2016

Junior brothers Daniel and Robert Christopher of Battlefield High School, are co-founders of the new app “Solvely,” currently free on the App Store. It is an app that can answer fact based multiple ...

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