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b_350_0_16777215_00_http___static02.mediaite.com_themarysue_uploads_2015_01_14093346445_209b3a58dc_z.jpgIn the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like broadband?

Since 2007, Oxford University Press has removed the names of at least 30 plants and animals from its Junior Dictionary in favor of modern words like “broadband” or “cut-and-paste”; and although these changes might reflect the inevitable evolution of the English language, Margaret Atwood and 27 other prominent naturalists, writers and media personalities are concerned that omitting the natural world from children’s vocabularies will have dire consequences.

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