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news.nationalgeographic.com — The weathered remains from a cave in China contain the world's oldest sample of panda DNA.
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news.nationalgeographic.com — The world won't meet international ocean conservation targets by 2020, so a team of scientists is looking at what's next for saving our seas.
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healthyfitnessrecipe.com — Anyone who's ever attempted to stick to an extremely low-calorie diet will be able to tell you that they don't work in the long-run and you inevitably end up
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popsci.com — It’d be great if a burger-a-day diet was healthy. Don’t get me wrong—it’s not the worst. You’ve got protein in there and hopefully some veggies on top (and on the side) , and even some fiber from the roll (you used whole grain, right?). Unfortunately, study after study shows that meat as a protein s…
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forbes.com — Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has been fiercely erupting for well over a month. Now, residents are finding little green gems that have fallen out of the sky during Kilauea's eruption. The green gems are olivine crystals, a common mineral found in Hawaii's lava. At jewelry quality, the mineral is called p…
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npr.org — Scientists have completed the most exhaustive assessment of changes in Antarctica's ice sheet to date. And they found that it's melting faster than they thought. Ice losses totaling 3 trillion tonnes (or more than 3.3 trillion tons) since 1992 have caused global sea levels to rise by 7.6 mm, nearly…
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news.nationalgeographic.com — A mysterious killer is claiming the mighty baobab.
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sciencealert.com — In 1999, radiologist Nicola Strickland went on a holiday to the Caribbean island of Tobago, a tropical paradise complete with idyllic, deserted beaches. On her first morning there, she went foraging for shells and corals in the white sand, when the holiday quickly took a turn for the worse...
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sciencealert.com — At the end of last year, scientists discovered a small octopus city – dubbed Octlantis – a find that suggests members of the gloomy octopus species (Octopus tetricus) are perhaps not the isolated and solitary creatures we thought they were
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dailymail.co.uk — Shocking satellite photos of before and after the eruption of Volcan de Fuego in Guatemala show whole towns wiped off the map as hundreds of houses collapsed when falling ash crushed them.
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