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Chapter 3 spins out the threads of sympoiesis in ecological evolutionary developmental biology and in art science activisms committed to four iconic troubled places: (1) coral reef holobiomes, (2) Black Mesa coal country in Navajo and Hopi lands and other extraction zones impacting indigenous peoples especially ferociously, (3) complex lemur-human forest habitats in Madagascar, and (4) North American circumpolar lands and seas subject to ongoing colonialisms in the grip of rapidly melting ice. This chapter makes string figures with the interlocked threads of biologies, arts, and activisms for multispecies resurgence. Churro sheep and Navajo weaving, orchids and extinct bees, lemurs...

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