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Dead animals found in frat house
MUNCIE, Ind. - Muncie authorities were scratching their heads over a dead doe, buck, coyote and possum found in a Ball State University fraternity house.
Dead as a dodo? Not necessarily
Just because an animal hasn't been seen for a long time, doesn't mean it's extinct, according to statistical research that sheds new light on the plight of the dodo.
Deep sea aliens or long lost relatives?
Bizarre bacteria that can survive in boiling water and dine on minerals containing copper, gold and zinc could provide clues to our ancestry.
Deep sea trawling threatens ecosystems
Deep sea fishing by dragging heavy chains, nets and steel plates across the ocean floor poses a major threat to deep-sea ecosystems and must be regulated, according to conservation groups.
Deformed frog warning for Australia
The number of frogs with severe limb deformities or extra legs in the U.S. are increasing, according to a new study, and may be a warning of things to come in Australia.
Did Climber Have to Cut Off Arm to Save Life?
It was Thursday, May 1st, five days after Aron Ralston had first entered Utah's Bluejohn Canyon on what should have been an eight-hour, 13-mile (21-kilometer) day hike...
Did low oxygen give dinosaurs a boost?
Low oxygen levels could have triggered two giant extinctions hundreds of millions of years ago, allowing the dinosaurs to reign supreme over the ancestors of mammals, a U.S. researcher says.
Dinosaur died with a mate by its side
Elliot the giant dinosaur, whose remains were discovered in the northern Australian state of Queensland a couple of years ago, could have died with a mate at its side, according to new fossil evidence.
Diverse Costa Rica Keeps Snake Hunter Busy
Costa Rica is only about half the size of Kentucky, but for snake lovers it's a big slice of paradise...
Do Sharks Hold Secret to Human Cancer Fight?
Sharks have survived some 400 million years on Earth. Could their longevity be due in part to an extraordinary resistance to cancer and other diseases?
Dog 'mauled transplant woman as it woke her after drug overdose'
THE recipient of the world's first face transplant may have suffered her injuries when her dog tried to rouse her after she had taken a suicidal drug overdose, it emerged yesterday
Dog parade planned for today
The Humane Society of Searcy (HSS) invites you to our first annual Holiday Dog Parade, Saturday, December 3 at the Downtown Holiday of Lights Festival
Dogs - What Is Canine Flu?
Along with the common flu that we humans are apt to contracting at least once a year, there is now a Canine Influenza strain making its unpleasant mark in certain parts of the United States.
Dogs can help heal the heart
Heart patients can ease anxiety and improve health status by befriending dogs, according to a study.
Dogs dine in style at French hotel
A four-star hotel in Versailles - one of France's leading tourist destinations - is attracting guests by offering gourmet food to their dogs...
Dolphin Mystery: What's Killing Firstborn Calves?
Off Florida's Gulf Coast, firstborn bottlenose dolphins are dying in disproportionate numbers, and biologists can't pinpoint exactly why.
Dragonflies can stay camouflaged during flight
Male dragonflies have mastered the art of camouflaging themselves even as they are moving, Australian researchers have discovered.
Dust muddies climate change prediction
A new study has highlighted flaws in experts' assumptions about a key influence on global climate change - airborne dust.
 
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