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Pig brains partially revived hours after death—what it means for people loading...
Pig brains partially revived hours after death—what it means for people
In a feat sure to fire up ethical and philosophical debate, a new system has restored circulation and oxygen flow to a dead mammal brain.
High-tech lifeline could save the rhinos loading...
High-tech lifeline could save the rhinos
Technology tracks humans to save last rhinos.
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Help Save The Rhino
Learn more about Care for Wild and how you can help support the fight to save the black and white rhino from extinction.
An 800-year history of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral loading...
An 800-year history of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral
This resilient, gravity-defying Gothic cathedral survived centuries of France’s turbulent past. It emerged in the 19th century from near ruin, thanks to a massive restoration project.
The moon releases surprising amounts of water during meteor showers loading...
The moon releases surprising amounts of water during meteor showers
Our lunar companion seems to have an ancient reservoir of water just a few centimetres below its surface, NASA data suggest.
See Notre Dame in 16 vintage photos from our archive loading...
See Notre Dame in 16 vintage photos from our archive
Century-old photos from our collection show the Notre Dame Cathedral as a timeless icon.
Step inside the hometown of the first human in space loading...
Step inside the hometown of the first human in space
West of Moscow, the small provincial town of Gagarin is a shrine to beloved Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin.
Friend or foe, gorillas groom their dead loading...
Friend or foe, gorillas groom their dead
Rare sightings of gorillas reacting to bodies of both known and unknown gorillas give researchers new insight into how they deal with death.
This animal has the biggest ears on Earth (relative to size) loading...
This animal has the biggest ears on Earth (relative to size)
The long-eared jerboa has ears that are two-thirds as long as its body.
A new super-Earth may orbit the star next door loading...
A new super-Earth may orbit the star next door
Subtle shifts in the motion of the nearby star Proxima Centauri suggest that it may host not one but two alien worlds.
Day hikers are the most vulnerable in survival situations. Here's why. loading...
Day hikers are the most vulnerable in survival situations. Here's why.
A new study looks at who lives and who dies when lost in the wild.
First privately funded moon lander crash-lands loading...
First privately funded moon lander crash-lands
A successful touchdown would have made Israel the fourth country to pull off a lunar landing. Despite the crash, the mission is still significant.

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