Fact or Fiction?

A Guide to Finding Honest Information

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We live in an age where information is exponentially more accessible than it has ever been. Not just can we consume anything we’d like via the internet, we can also easily create online content (E.g. this article)…

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Aspiring ecologist with a love for educational & technical writing. Curriculum developer and author.

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Aspiring ecologist with a love for educational & technical writing. Curriculum developer and author.

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