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Dramatically dynamic genomic evolution of a mighty mite
New frog species discovered in India's wastelands
Where males sense females in plants
Researchers rediscover Aquilaria rostrata thought to have become extinct
Stable environmentally friendly polymer coatings inhibit surface buildup of bacterial and marine organisms
Seeing the light: Army ants evolve to regain sight and more in return to surface
Modern corn hybrids more resilient to nitrogen stress, crowded planting conditions
We've got your number: Tracing the source of invasive Japanese beetles
Key step in process of Shigella infection identified
First microwhip scorpion from Mesozoic period found in Burmese amber
Vision restored in rabbits following stem cell transplantation
The benefits of food processing: Processing food before eating likely played key role in human evolution
Overfishing devastates spawning aggregations
Battling the blight
Potential antibody treatment for H7 avian flu
'Big data' drills down into metabolic details
Real-life 'aliens' extremely efficient at turning their hosts into new parasites
Boosting fat-burning by blocking Gq proteins
More social insects have weaker immune response, highlights role of hygiene
The turbot: Vertebrate genes give clues into disease resistance
Scientists closer to finding key to converting algae to biofuel
Gene protects against toxic byproducts of photosynthesis, helping plants to 'breathe'
Gut bacteria help cabbage fly survive toxins
Cell insights shed light on everyday process of renewal, repair
Decline of crocodile ancestors was good news for early marine turtles
Bats in Asia found to have resistance to white-nose syndrome fungus
Scientists call for a shake-up in the way we record biodiversity
Fifteen shades of photoreceptor in a butterfly's eye
How an artificial protein rescues dying cells
Welfare recipients seen as immoral for buying ethical products
Researchers develop coatings to reduce ham mites, protect ozone layer
Chew on this: Study of ancient teeth bites theory of early primate disappearance
Bird communication: Chirping with syntax
Slower evolution and climate change drove ichthyosaurs to extinction
Brain activity of nematodes seeking food offers new view on sleep
Eastern US forests more vulnerable to drought than before 1800s
Inside the mouth of a hydra: Hydra rips its own skin apart just to open its mouth
Mow less along highways, preserve pollinators, researchers say
Plant photosynthesis inhibited by bacterial ancestor
Shark babies remain strong in future acidic oceans
Zorro, the new Latin American fish species, takes off the mask to show its true identity
Drug-resistant genes spread through environment, not meat products
Anti-bacterial fabric holds promise for fighting superbug
Can butterflies cope with city life? Butterfly diversity in Kuala Lumpur parks
An easier path to treating malaria
Ant colonies that are highly specialized have lower chances of survival when sudden changes occur
Evolutionary leap from fins to legs was surprisingly simple
First tomatoes, peas harvested on Mars, moon soil simulant
Scientists uncover history of ancient viruses as far back as 30 million years ago
Radical change projected for northern forests is rooted in past, current management
Increased education could help adolescents limit caffeine consumption
Bacterial brawls mark life in the gut's microbiome
Treeing it up: Research team documents design of wood-based polymers
Legionnaires' disease: New drug class offers potential new treatment for lethal bacteria
Variation in medical marijuana program regulations impacts enrollment
Dinosaur-like lower leg created on bird through molecular experiment
Collective memory discovered in bacteria
Leaf mysteries revealed through the computer's eye
Potential Western Atlantic spawning area found for Atlantic bluefin tuna
Songbirds pinpoint effects of Huntington's disease

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U.S. lists first bumble bee species as endangered
Humans will drive polar bears to extinction without climate action, feds say
Raised for meat in South Korea, dogs head for new homes in U.S.
Catastrophe! Feral Cats Have Invaded Nearly 100% of Australia
PC download charts: early access 'Astroneer,' bargain 'Commandos Collection,' pirate classic 'Sea Dogs'
Gorilla, 32, dies at Cleveland zoo after years of heart disease
Second red panda triplet dies at suburban Philadelphia zoo
Volunteers, tequila makers lift imperiled bat off the mat, U.S. says
Threatened bluefin tuna fetches $632,000 at Tokyo auction
An Important Breakdown Of The Very Good Dogs In This Year's Puppy Bowl
Baby orangutan entertains visitors to Czech zoo
Kate Beckinsale Shows Off Her Costumed Cats On The Late Show
NOAA releases plan for Alaska endangered beluga whales
How we shop hurts endangered species
How we shop hurts endangered species
Peta and Maks from 'Dancing with the Stars' welcome son Shai
Baby orangutan entertains visitors to Czech zoo
Anxiety May Give Dogs Gray Hair
Penguin chicks and tiger cubs: London Zoo begins annual residents count
Penguin chicks and tiger cubs: London Zoo begins annual residents count
'Rogue One' closes in on 'Batman v Superman,' 'Secret Life of Pets' ahead of Chinese opening
Zenda, oldest lion in U.S., euthanized by Philadelphia Zoo
Zenda, oldest lion in U.S., euthanized by Philadelphia Zoo
AP PHOTOS: Dogs provide therapy in a Brazilian hospital
Vienna Zoo says twin panda cubs venture out of cave, growing healthily
Rare Rothschild's giraffe calf born in Chester Zoo
Calf of rare giraffe species born in UK zoo
Cheetah headed to extinction with just 7,100 left, wildlife experts warn
Cheetah headed to extinction with just 7,100 left, wildlife experts warn
Cheetahs 'sprinting' towards extinction: wildlife study
The world's fastest land animal is even more threatened than we thought
Exotic to mainstream: Australians wild about unusual pets
Survival of the unfittest: Vietnam's disappearing elephants
Exotic to mainstream: Australians wild about unusual pets
Pets can help owners manage mental illness
Scientists discover 163 new species in Greater Mekong region: WWF
Mexico plans to catch, protect last few vaquita porpoises
Tigers and meerkats enjoy seasonal treats at London zoo
Rare tiger cub makes first public appearance at Florida zoo
One Of Nick Saban's Former Dolphins Players Claims He Was Cut For Visiting His Dying Father

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Pet Blog: Pet-A-Palooza!
Pet Blog: Spotlight On Mike Binkleys Dog Coach
Pet Blog: Beer With Your Buddy
Pet Blog: Watching Your Pet While Away
MN Company Invents Video Chat For Pets
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Dogs & Owners Feeling The Burn Together
Dog Takes Up Motherly Duties For Abandoned Kitten
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The Secrets Of Dog Communication
A Guide To A Family Friendly St. Patricks Day
Family Guide To Discovering Downtown St. Paul

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The Man in the Zebra Suit Knows the Secret of the Stripes
Genome sequence of a polar alga explains adaptation to extreme climates
Study refutes how fruit flies developed alcohol tolerance
Study refutes how fruit flies developed alcohol tolerance
Scientists highlight the critical role of birds in forest regeneration
Researchers capture first glimpse of ruby seadragons in the wild
Devon Wildlife Trust is crowdfunding for the reintroduction of beavers

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