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Dogs carry a mix of flu viruses, including some that came from pigs. But there’s no reason to worry just yet.
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Antarctica’s ice has been melting faster in the last five years. This has raised the world’s oceans almost 8 millimeters on average.
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Harmful “thirdhand” smoke — the type that attaches to surfaces — can hitch a ride on airborne particles or clothes and travel into non-smoking buildings.
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Hurricanes and other storms are traveling more slowly than they used to. That might mean even more rainfall for communities they batter.
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Fitting huge stone hats on 3-story-high Easter Island statues may have required only a small workforce armed with ropes and ramps.
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The fluffy-haired larvae of the oak processionary moth have a curious behavior, moving in neat, little lines. But the caterpillars pose threats to trees and human health.
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Fossil skulls from an ancient bird shows this flyer had a beak — but dino-like chompers to chew through its prey.
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The death toll had been just 64 — and then scientists launched household surveys. Those showed the “official” toll was off by more than 4,500.
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The sun grows and contracts a little over cycles lasting around 11 years, new data show. Changes in the strength of its magnetic fields may help explain this.
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After years separated from predators, these endangered quoll lost their fear of them. This jeopardizes the safety of any quoll released back to their home range.
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