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Table foods hazardous to pets
If you have a pet, you know that they can, at will, instantly orchestrate an Oscar-worthy tableside begging performance complete with pleading eyes, tap dancing feet, lip licking and tail wagging.
Tasmanian tiger may not be extinct - scientists
Computer modelling suggests that Australia's thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger, was not wiped out by bounty hunters and may still survive today in isolated areas.
Temptress wasps lure from afar
Female wasps become more sexually attractive as they walk away from orchid sex traps, according to an international team of researchers.
The mother of all tortoises
Giant tortoises that live on the slopes of Alcedo, a volcano on one of the Galpagos islands, are far more inbred than those on nearby islands as a result of passing through a genetic bottleneck after an eruption there 100,000 years ago, a new study suggests.
The spy tactics of plants
Light is not only essential for photosynthesis but also a crucial source of information for competing plants. An article in the March issue of Trends in Plant Science delves into the information-gathering tactics of plants which enhance their chances of survival when competition for light is high in plant canopies.
The vole truth about lemming deaths
One of the oddest phenomena in the natural world - the sudden mass death of lemmings - has been resolved, according to a trio of European biologists.
The Wollemi Pine of the insect world
It's been likened to discovering a living saber-tooth tiger or mastodon, a new planet or the Wollemi Pine.
Tourism Stripping Everest's Forests Bare
Most visitors arrive by prop plane from Kathmandu, landing uphill on what used to be a grassy airfield in the village of Lukla, at 9,350 feet (2,850 meters) in the Himalaya...
Turkeys May Not Be Stupid After All
An Oregon State University poultry scientist thinks turkeys are getting a bum rap.
Turtles tough out shark attacks
Pregnant sea turtles are capable of suppressing the agony of a severe shark attack just so they can make it to shore and lay their eggs, U.S. and Australian researchers suggests.
Turtles tough out shark attacks
Pregnant sea turtles are capable of suppressing the agony of a severe shark attack just so they can make it to shore and lay their eggs, U.S. and Australian researchers suggests.
Turtles tough out shark attacks
Pregnant sea turtles are capable of suppressing the agony of a severe shark attack just so they can make it to shore and lay their eggs, U.S. and Australian researchers suggests.
Turtles tough out shark attacks
Pregnant sea turtles are capable of suppressing the agony of a severe shark attack just so they can make it to shore and lay their eggs, U.S. and Australian researchers suggests.
 
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