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A new breed of law enforcement is on the scene—and its bite is stronger than its bark
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The tongues of bird-like dinosaurs and pterosaurs, however, may have been more mobile
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Exploring the similarities and differences between Indigenous and Western cosmologies
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After a decade on view, these cephalopod specimens have a growing fan base
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The true story behind our obsession with the last and largest of the tyrannosaurs
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Breeders are trying to save a "pure" Cuban crocodile—but out in the wild, divisions between species are increasingly murky
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Rising sea levels are threatening to flood Miami. In fact, some scientists estimate that the entire city could be underwater by the end of the 21st century
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A new model of the solar system suggest we have gas giants to thank for our watery world
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Hippos were once believed to be related to whales. They're both mammals, they both sleep underwater, and they both rise to breathe in their sleep
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