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  1. Reintroducing the species back to north-central Africa shows early signs of success
  2. TESS will scan the skies in search of the next crop of exoplanets
  3. 'Black Panther' will be the first movie to be screened to mark the reopening of the country's cinemas
  4. The discussion over the memorialization of James Marion Sims offers the opportunity to remember his victims
  5. Remnants of a vanished past, Fabergé Easter eggs live on in museums and collections across the world
  6. A statue of educator and civil rights activist Mary McLeod Bethune will replace a statue of a Confederate general
  7. The monument shows a Mexican vaquero and Franciscan monk towering over a Native American man
  8. The Clotilda illegally transported 110 enslaved people from present-day Benin to Alabama more than 50 years after the U.S. outlawed the slave trade
  9. From red to green to indigo, each color provides festival-goers with a sense of beauty, ritual and tradition