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15.5
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15.5
Scientists say animals with higher levels of DDT, PCBs and others in their blubber are more prone to cancer triggered by herpes
Scientists say animals with higher levels of DDT, PCBs and others in their blubber are more prone to cancer triggered by herpes
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35.5
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35.5
Thiamine, a nutrient no organism can live without, is mysteriously lacking in some marine ecosystems.
Thiamine, a nutrient no organism can live without, is mysteriously lacking in some marine ecosystems.
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1.7
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1.7
Changes in climate that occur over short periods of time influence biodiversity. For a realistic assessment of these effects, it is necessary to also consider previous _...Read More_
Changes in climate that occur over short periods of time influence biodiversity. For a realistic assessment of these effects, it is necessary to also consider previous _...Read More_
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>"Scientists say they've got 20-million-year-old evidence of giant worms that hunted in pretty much the most nightmarish way possible."
>"Scientists say they've got 20-million-year-old evidence of giant worms that hunted in pretty much the most nightmarish way possible."
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>"Hostile dispute over trophy hunting fuelled by ‘myths driven by emotion and morality _...Read More_
>"Hostile dispute over trophy hunting fuelled by ‘myths driven by emotion and morality _...Read More_
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15.7
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15.7
>"Scientists hope the rare discovery could be a catalyst for conserving the region’s biodiversity."
>"Scientists hope the rare discovery could be a catalyst for conserving the region’s biodiversity."
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201
[https://www.wired.com/story/mystery-worlds-loneliest-penguins/](https://www.wired.com/story/mystery-worlds-loneliest-penguins/) "King penguins have started popping up on Martillo Island in Argentina. Where they came from, and whether they will stay, is a mystery"
[https://www.wired.com/story/mystery-worlds-loneliest-penguins/](https://www.wired.com/story/mystery-worlds-loneliest-penguins/) "King penguins have started popping up on Martillo Island in Argentina. Where they came from, and whether they will stay, is a mystery"
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We tend to overlook how changes we bring to environments affect us in turn. As Christine Kreuder Johnson from the Epicenter for Disease Dynamics notes, «spillover of viruses from animals is a _...Read More_
We tend to overlook how changes we bring to environments affect us in turn. As Christine Kreuder Johnson from the Epicenter for Disease Dynamics notes, «spillover of viruses from animals is a _...Read More_
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[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/06/magazine/the-last-two-northern-white-rhinos-on-earth.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage](https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/06/magazine/the-last-two-northern-white-rhinos-on-earth.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage) >"What will we lose when Najin and Fatu die?"
[https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/06/magazine/the-last-two-northern-white-rhinos-on-earth.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage](https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/06/magazine/the-last-two-northern-white-rhinos-on-earth.html?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage) >"What will we lose when Najin and Fatu die?"
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28.4
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28.4
>""The Trump administration is signing the death warrants of millions of birds across the country.""
>""The Trump administration is signing the death warrants of millions of birds across the country.""
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54.7
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54.7
>"‘The whole thing that is great about the teeth of the narwhal is that nothing makes sense’"
>"‘The whole thing that is great about the teeth of the narwhal is that nothing makes sense’"
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104
Necropsy reveals 80% of the thousands of songbirds that died suddenly showed typical signs of emaciation
Necropsy reveals 80% of the thousands of songbirds that died suddenly showed typical signs of emaciation
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40.2
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40.2
Excitement as DNA barcoding technique leads to unmasking of new species tempered with fear that some are already at risk of extinction
Excitement as DNA barcoding technique leads to unmasking of new species tempered with fear that some are already at risk of extinction
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14.3
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14.3
"Eating plastic isn’t just a sea animal problem. Researchers found suitcase-sized masses of plastic in dromedaries’ guts in the United Arab Emirates."
"Eating plastic isn’t just a sea animal problem. Researchers found suitcase-sized masses of plastic in dromedaries’ guts in the United Arab Emirates."