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Ocean abundance revealed
After three years of searching, a global census has found 210,000 species in the world's oceans, but scientists predict the final count could be 10 times higher.
Oldest Marsupial Fossil Found in China
Amateur fossil hunters have helped to uncover the oldest known ancestor to kangaroos, koalas, possums, and wombats.
Oldest Rodent Cache Found-Filled With Fossil Nuts
Paleontologists in Germany have uncovered the world's oldest underground pantry. The unusual fossil was spotted by accident in an open pit mine near the city of Cologne.
Oldest vertebrate fossil found in Australia, scientists say
What is believed to be the oldest vertebrate fossil on Earth has been discovered in South Australia's Flinders Ranges.
On the Trail of Africa's Endangered Wild Dogs
In the predawn at Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park in northeastern South Africa, Micaela Szykman stands on a hill with an antenna held in the air, listening for signals from the radio collars of African wild dogs.
On the Trail of Africa's Endangered Wild Dogs
In the predawn at Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park in northeastern South Africa, Micaela Szykman stands on a hill with an antenna held in the air, listening for signals from the radio collars of African wild dogs.
One third of Chinese territory suffers acid rain
One third of the Chinese territory suffers pollution from acid rain, according to the State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA). The administration has pledged to reduce the emission of sulfur dioxide in China, which is the main cause of acid rain, by 10 percent from its 2000 level by 2005.
Ozone Layer May Be on the Mend, New Data Suggest
Damage to the ozone layer, caused by chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) chemicals and other pollutants, may be starting to reverse itself according to data collected by NASA satellites...
 
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