Texas History

The Bugs That Make You See Red

Aztecs and Europeans treasured the radiant hue produced by cochineals living on prickly pear cactuses

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A Close-Up With Nature

Corpus Christi botanical gardens put visitors eye to eye with flora and fauna

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A Hidden Man’s Gem

Eccentric hermit Elmer Kleb helped transform his family homestead near Houston into a woodland preserve

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Thirst for Knowledge

Ancient watering hole-turned-Aquarena Springs resurfaces as research center at Texas State University

Texas USA

Rustling Roses

The quest to save antique varieties lost to the market

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The Healing Power of Horses

Relief from ailments and disabilities can be found astride therapy horses

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Waco’s Mysterious Mammoths

Massive bones discovered along Bosque River transport visitors to the Pleistocene ice age

Texas USA

Are Longhorns Short-Timers?

The fabled breed of cattle is listed as critically endangered

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Go With the Flow

A visit to the Laredo Water Museum is an immersion in the wonders of the Rio Grande


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