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Monarch Butterflies Migrate 3,000 Miles—Here's How loading...
Monarch Butterflies Migrate 3,000 Miles—Here's How
The colourful insect's migration across the North American continent is one of the greatest natural events on Earth.
Birds Once Turned Black From Pollution—What That Teaches Us Today loading...
Birds Once Turned Black From Pollution—What That Teaches Us Today
Birds that flew over the U.S. Rust Belt during the 20th century have become a record for changing air quality.
Huge 'Tree Lobster' Not Extinct After All loading...
Huge 'Tree Lobster' Not Extinct After All
After a ship wrecked on Lord Howe Island, a rat population invaded and eradicated a species of giant stick insect—or so researchers thought.
What Happens If The Honeybees Disappear? loading...
What Happens If The Honeybees Disappear?
Wild bees and Russian bees might be able to help.
Why This Spider Has A Cartoonish Butt loading...
Why This Spider Has A Cartoonish Butt
A Pikachu-shaped abdomen may help this spider catch them all.

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