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Barney Cam II: Presidential Pooch Is Back Online
In a triumphant return, Presidential pooch Barney's sequel to last year's blockbuster can now be seen on the Internet.
Beetle Find Is One of the Oldest Colored Fossils
Paleontologists are used to drab brown and gray fossils. Sediments that seep in to cast the shape of ancient organisms in stone, determine the color...
Beetle's timeless battle with leaf squirter
A fascinating and unique evolutionary war between leaf-eating beetles and their plant hosts has been waged for no less than 112 million years, a new study reveals.
Bends may be culprit in whale strandings
Gas filled bubbles discovered in the damaged tissues of stranded whales provide new evidence that military sonar can give whales the bends.
Bends may be culprit in whale strandings
Gas filled bubbles discovered in the damaged tissues of stranded whales provide new evidence that military sonar can give whales the bends.
Big birds' rumble in the jungle
Cassowaries living in the dense jungles of Papua New Guinea emit ultra-low booming sounds - deeper than almost all other bird species - so low it can hardly be heard by humans, new research has found.
Bigger is best for coral reefs
Size really does matter when it comes to conserving the diversity of coral reefs, a new study shows.
Bird-eating Deer Seek Out Island Chicks
Red deer on the Scottish island of Rum may be eating the heads and legs of live seabird chicks as a way to get minerals they need to grow their antlers...
Bird-Watching: The California Towhee, Boldly Bland
On the surface, the California towhee is such a nondescript bird that you almost wonder why it has any reason for being.
Bizarre parasite bug joins war between the sexes
A new player has emerged in the war of the sexes: a bizarre 'ultra-selfish' bacterial parasite that hijacks animal reproduction to promote their own existence by favouring female hosts over males, according to a British report.
Black Bears Adapting to City Living
Black bears (Ursus americanus) have efficiently adapted to the urban couch potato lifestyle, according to a recent study that compared urban and wild land bears in the Lake Tahoe region of Nevada.
Boost kiwi recovery funding, NZ First MP says
New Zealand First MP Edwin Perry has called on the Government to show Christmas spirit by doubling kiwi recovery programme funding. New Zealand First MP Edwin Perry has called on the Government to show Christmas spirit by doubling kiwi recovery programme funding.
Borneo Elephants: From Pest to Priority?
A new study may settle a long-standing debate about the origin of Borneo's elephants. Tradition holds that elephants were introduced to Borneo as a gift to the Sultan of Sulu around 250 years ago. But now, new genetic data provides compelling evidence that the elephants may be a distinct population, isolated when Borneo was cut off from the mainland as long as 18,000 years ago.
Bugs grow gold that looks like coral
Microbes that grow gold grains looking like a coral reef could open up new possibilities for mineral prospecting, according to an Australian researcher.
Bugs grow gold that looks like coral
Microbes that grow gold grains looking like a coral reef could open up new possibilities for mineral prospecting, according to an Australian researcher.
By 2050 Warming to Doom Million Species, Study Says
By 2050, rising temperatures exacerbated by human-induced belches of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases could send more than a million of Earth's land-dwelling plants and animals down the road to extinction, according to a new study.
By 2050 Warming to Doom Million Species, Study Says
By 2050, rising temperatures exacerbated by human-induced belches of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases could send more than a million of Earth's land-dwelling plants and animals down the road to extinction, according to a new study.
 
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