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Why Global Warming Hits the Arctic Harder Than Anywhere Else
Terrorists Hamper Polio Eradication Efforts in Africa
Watch a Giant Spider Drag a Mouse
A video from Australia shows a lethal battle between a huntsman spider and a rodent.
This Remote Pakistani Village Is Nothing Like You?d Expect
Oldest Evidence of Right-Handedness Seen in Fossil Jaw
If Europa Has Life, This Scientist Will Help Find It
Why Snakes Don't Have Legs (For Now)
Time Travel Probably Isn't Possible?Why Do We Wish It Were?
Why Cats Lick Plastic, and Other Odd Behaviors Explained
Experts weigh in on feline grooming, zooming, and a strange fetish.
More Snow Leopards Poached, Even as Bold Plan Fights Decline
On the eve of International Snow Leopard Day, there?s good news and bad news for the secretive big cats of Central Asia.
Watch How Bees Teach Each Other to Solve Problems
New research with bumblebees hints at how knowledge can quickly spread through a population.
Mosquitoes May Meet Their End Thanks to Marlon Brando
U.S. Hunters Banned from Importing Trophies from Captive Lions
South Africa?s captive lions are raised to be hunted within confined spaces, a practice experts consider cruel and unrelated to conservation.
Two-Headed Shark Is First of Its Kind
A rare find from the Mediterranean expands the number of animals that have been born with two heads.
Finding Clarity in the Stars
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