Emperor Penguins Now a Threatened Species
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3M ago
Emperor penguins officially a threatened species because of projections of population decline from climate change and ineffective conservation. The post Emperor Penguins Now a Threatened Species appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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Is Drumming Like Singing? A Focus on Woodpeckers
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by Science Connected
3M ago
Woodpeckers may not sing out melodies, but a new study hones in on how their drumming may be similar to birdsong on a neural level. The post Is Drumming Like Singing? A Focus on Woodpeckers appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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Cats Are Calmed by Cat-Specific Music
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by Science Connected
3M ago
Cats in a new study showed lower stress responses while listening to a certain type of music, which could help vet visits be less stressful. The post Cats Are Calmed by Cat-Specific Music appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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How Does Tissue Regenerate?
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by Science Connected
3M ago
By Noeline Subramaniam (@spicy_scientist) Regeneration often sounds like science fiction—Wolverine’s healing superpowers probably spring to mind. But you don’t have to be a mutant to be able to regenerate. In fact, humans have the ability to regenerate in utero until the beginning of the third trimester. With the exception of our liver and digit tips, we largely lose this capacity as adults—but why? Let’s turn to the animal kingdom for answers. Is regeneration lost through evolution? Before we get to the species that, for the most part, are unable to… The post How Does Tissue Regenerate? appea ..read more
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Moths Know Where to Go: A Look at Moth Migration
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by Science Connected
3M ago
Moth migration may be guided by an internal compass to find the way, according to a new study that tracked flight paths of individual moths. The post Moths Know Where to Go: A Look at Moth Migration appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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Let’s Do Some Doggone Science With Your Pup!
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by Science Connected
3M ago
Check out these five citizen science projects to celebrate National Dog Day on August 26! The post Let’s Do Some Doggone Science With Your Pup! appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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Where Do Blue Whales Go to Breed?
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by Science Connected
3M ago
Blue whales are the largest animal on Earth, yet the breeding grounds of these elusive creatures remained a mystery for a long time...until now. The post Where Do Blue Whales Go to Breed? appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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Climate Change Threatens California Pikas
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by Science Connected
3M ago
The beloved American pika is losing its habitat. These little animals could loose 75 percent of their range quite soon to climate change. The post Climate Change Threatens California Pikas appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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Make Your Garden a Powerhouse for Pollinators
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by Science Connected
3M ago
Home gardens are by far the biggest source of food for pollinating insects, including bees and wasps, in cities and towns. The post Make Your Garden a Powerhouse for Pollinators appeared first on Science Connected Magazine ..read more
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