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Scientists across the Midwest will spend Aug. 21 looking down instead of up, studying the effects of the total solar eclipse on plants and animals. Scientists at the University of Missouri will be studying how animals’ behavior changes as the solar eclipse moves through, as well as how drought-stressed plants react to the change in light and temperature. (NPR’s The Salt)

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