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Rainbowfish pass the toxic test
Freshwater fish in the Northern Territory have developed specially adapted gills, enabling them to survive heavy metal pollution levels deadly to other species.
Rampaging dogs kill Concord family's pets
CONCORD - Two dogs that may have been pit bulls attacked and killed at least two cats, a goat and a pet rabbit on Claycord Avenue early Friday.
Reef coral bleached - but still healthy
Recent heat waves in eastern Australia are responsible for widespread coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef - but the news is not all bad.
Reefs are dying, many lost by 2030
Human activities have been seriously damaging the world's coral reefs for longer than previously thought, and most may not survive more than a few decades, a series of new international studies has concluded...
Rich fossil haul from ancient beaver pond
A prehistoric beaver pond unearthed in freezing northern Canada has proved to be a treasure trove of fossilised plants and animals - and provides some stark new insights into the powerful impact that climate change can have on living things.
Rocky Mountains Separate Canadian Lynx, Study Says
The Canadian lynx (Lynx canadensis) may creep for miles through dense, debris-strewn forest for the chance to pounce on a scarce snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus), but the stealthy feline is apparently seldom bothered to weather a crossing of the Rocky Mountains to find a mate.
Roosters get the best bang for their buck
There is a cost to copulation and roosters know it - balancing their 'sperm budgets' with extraordinary sophistication, new research has revealed.
 
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