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T. rex’s unusual eye sockets helped it evolve a powerful bite

Some large, meat-eating dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus rex had keyhole-shaped eye sockets, and reconstructions suggest this helped them bite with…

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Science

Sponges can ‘sneeze’ and other sea creatures eat their mucus

Despite having no nerves or muscles, sea sponges slowly contract to squeeze sand and debris out of the openings they…

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Vegas News

LETTER: Harmless weedkiller no threat to humans, animals

It’s fine if the people of Summerlin wish to ban Roundup and other glyphosates from their area, as long as…

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Science

Giant yellow crustacean in an aquarium turns out to be new species

By Corryn Wetzel Bathynomus yucatanensis is one of nearly two dozen known giant isopod species found in the deep sea.…

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Europe

Beluga whale which strayed into France’s Seine river euthanised despite rescue efforts

Issued on: 10/08/2022 – 04:35 A beluga whale which transfixed France after straying into the river Seine has been euthanised…

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Tech

Humanity’s Biggest Problems Require a Whole New Media Mode

Our media systems are at their limits. From climate change to Covid, the most pressing phenomena of our times cannot…

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Tech

The Double Life of an American Lake Monster

Michigan State University has several labs dedicated to the study and control of lampreys, which make for idiosyncratic subjects. Lamprey…

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Health

Major test of first possible Lyme vaccine in 20 years begins

DUNCANSVILLE, Pa. — Researchers are seeking thousands of volunteers in the U.S. and Europe to test the first potential vaccine…

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Europe

Meet the woman risking her life to save animals in Ukraine

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, Natalia Popova has been rescuing and rehoming hundreds of wild animals and pets devastated by the…

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Health

Report: Dozens got sick after visiting Kansas splash park

A new federal study said dozens of people got sick after visiting a splash park near Wichita, Kansas, last summer…

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