Scout Weekly May 20, 2020 Edition
For 400 years, the haenyeo (“sea women") of South Korea’s Jeju Island have been diving to support their families and communities. The tradition was born out of necessity, but over time has brought the women something much deeper.
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The thought of a huge python slithering up on you while out on a hike is terrifying, no? But the more terrifying thought is the destructive impact these invasive species are having on the Everglades. Florida Fish and Wildlife officials have turned to both professional and amateur python hunters for help, and what they do is truly wild.
What day is it? How many times have you asked or been asked that question in the last month? When life feels like it's on repeat day in and day out, it's natural for them to kind of blur together. Hear from experts - like an astronaut that lived on the International Space Station for nearly a year - on what you can do to combat the blurrrrr.
BIG CLAPS: See the National Park Service's new social distancing posters.
DECIDE: Should you adopt a dog or a grizzly bear?
WATCH: This incredible film made entirely of still nighttime photos outdoors.
SKILL: Three cold-soak recipes for the backcountry.