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Arctic pseudoscorpions' secret lives revealed
It looks like a creepy-crawly from an adventure movie set in a desert or tropical jungle, but this eight-legged creature with crab-like pincers makes its home in Canada's High Arctic.
Texas Wildlife Pokes Fun at Fear over Redheaded Centipedes
It seems that every few years, the sighting of a giant redheaded centipede causes a wave of fright across the internet. So much so that Texas Wildlife and Parks have poked fun at the phenomenon by acknowledging it as one of the state’s most terrifying cre
The issues around muzzling government scientists
There have been numerous complaints from both scientists and the media that federal scientists are being restricted from publicly talking about their research. So what are the issues and what is at stake?
The New Bee Crisis Is Just Like The Old One: Phony
The well-publicized woes of honeybees turn out to be nonexistent, so environmentalists and government bureaucrats who want to ban pesticides have had to come up with a new crisis. This time it's wild bees.
Warm-blooded fish discovered
Move over, mammals and birds, and make room for a fish called the opah in the warm-blooded club. Researchers said in the journal Science on Thursday that this deepwater denizen is the first fish known to be fully warm-blooded, circulating heated blood thr
Wolves nearly gone from Michigan's Isle Royale National Park
Researchers taking part in a 57-year long study on Isle Royale, Michigan have found wolf numbers at an unprecedented low. There are now only 3 wolves left. At the same time, the moose herd on the Lake Superior island is now over 1200 animals, and growing
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