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Friday, January 22, 2016
Scientists ID genus of tree frogs thought extinct
For more than a century, two mysterious tree frog specimens collected by a British naturalist in 1870 and housed at the Natural History Museum in London were assumed to be part of a vanished species, never again found in the wild. Until now.
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Thursday, January 21, 2016
A tiny but scary-looking marine critter that died out with the dinosaurs, caught prey with the aid of two monstrous eyes -- each a quarter of its body length, scientists said Tuesday.
2016/1/21
Saturday, January 16, 2016
Happiness is a state of mind, the gurus say.
2016/1/16
The brightest exploding star ever detected has bewildered scientists with its incredible power, shining 570 billion times brighter than the sun and twice as potent as any known supernova, scientists said Thursday.
2016/1/16
The remains of a mammoth that was hunted down about 45,000 years ago have revealed the earliest known evidence of humans in the Arctic.
2016/1/16
E-cigarettes, touted as an aide for giving up tobacco, in fact lowers the odds of quitting success, claimed research Thursday that was immediately criticized as flawed.
2016/1/16
A study by the University of Maryland touting the benefits of a small company's chocolate milk is raising concerns about the potential conflicts-of-interest that can arise when food makers collaborate with schools on such efforts.
2016/1/16
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Miners seek diamonds at disused mine
Far into the heart of Brazil's Minas Gerais state, rural miners explore the massive craters left behind by giant mining companies in search of diamonds.
2016/1/13
Saturday, January 9, 2016
The gut microbes of the Iceman, a 5,300-year-old mummy found frozen in a European glacier in 1991, have shed new light on the history of human migration, scientists said Thursday.
2016/1/9
Friday, January 8, 2016
Giant monitor lizards trained to avoid toxic toads
Australian scientists Wednesday said they had devised an "innovative method of conservation" through feeding giant monitor lizards small cane toads so they won't be killed by larger-sized amphibians.
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