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This Week's Missing Links, November 10

The best photos, articles, and videos I didn't post this week—until now. If you only read one thing, check out Matthew Power's story, "Far Rockaway: Global Disaster Zone."

For the best longreads of the week, visit "Weekend Reading: Stop Petting the Bats."

"The Dopers Who Didn't," Outside

Livin' Tiny, a ski flick, Powder

Take note: Avalanche advisories issued for Utah, Salt Lake Tribune

"OMG! I've knocked down Wiggo." The Sun

Taj Burrow wins the O'Neill Coldwater Classic, ESPN

Maverick's is on, ESPN

Eddie Aikau entrants announced, Surfer

Dispatches from Churchill on the polar bear migration, Outside

How the marathon affects runners financially, The New York Times

"America's 10 Best Adventure Cities," Adventure Journal

How's this for a strict poaching sentence?

"Clinton Seeks Intelligence Help in the War on Wildlife Trackers," Dot Earth

A crocodile's face is 10 times more sensitive than your fingertips, Not Exactly Rocket Science

Wrens teach their young to sing while still in the egg, Nature

A fish that guards coral against seaweed, Science

President Obama talks about climate change, Audubon

The costs of shoring up coastal communities, The New York Times

Three ideas for protecting New York City from storms, The New York Times

A crocodile roams underneath the Gaza Strip, UPI

Can exercise protect the brain from the negative effects of fatty foods?
The New York Times Well

Meet the new class of TED fellows

I wonder how many followers this guy will get when he joins Twitter? Fast Company

Turning guns into musical instruments, Laughing Squid

A map of NYC tweets during Sandy, Fast Company

Amazing close-up pictures of seeds, Collage of Arts and Sciences

A fishing net that lets the small ones get away, The Guardian

Why teaching graffiti to kids in Afghanistan is a good thing
, Mountain2Mountain

After Sandy: Pictures from Staten Island and Queens, New Yorker

How the photographer got that aerial photo of New York City for New York magazine, Poynter

A new documentary about war photographers, The New York Times

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