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A new book on pit bulls examines how some dog breeds become demonized
California had a wet winter. Here's why it could be on track to be thirsty again soon.
Stonehenge eroding. Venice collapsing. A new report warns of climate change disasters:
Pit bulls are victims not monsters, writes Bronwyn Dickey
Donald Trump did not directly address the science of global warming in his energy speech
Watch Manhattanhenge this Memorial Day weekend
California is relaxing its water rules, but short and long-term challenges haven't gone away
The search for "Lazarus frogs"
The photos show that these amphibians aren't as extinct as we once believed them to be
Frogs that escaped extinction
The person who captures the most lionfish will be coronated as Lionfish King or Queen
Florida needs a Lionfish King or Queen. It could be you.
The person who captures the most lionfish will be coronated as Lionfish King or Queen
This is a provocative hypothesis about the cause of Alzheimer’s disease
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A state-sponsored competition to capture the most lionfish is on in Florida right now
In the wild, lionfish live about 10 ten years and reproduce every few days
Could Alzheimer's be the result of infections? It makes sense, experts say
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You asked: Are there any wild cows? Here's a short explanation.
“This is a very big predator, and now we’ve introduced it into Florida."
This tiny flying robot has developed an impressive new skill
How big are those killer asteroids? A critic says NASA doesn't really know.
Many say this photo from the Hiroshima atomic blast is a mushroom cloud, but they're wrong
Exxon is under pressure to explain how it will change in response to a warming world
In the ocean right now, it's a good time to be a squid
Something's happening in the ocean which is advantageous to cephalopods
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