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Fossil Conga Lines Reveal Origins Of Animal Swarms loading...
Fossil Conga Lines Reveal Origins Of Animal Swarms
About 480 million years ago, an extinct group of marine arthropods related to insects and lobsters gathered in clusters to scuttle across the seafloor.
Hear The Sounds Of Climate Change—With Earthquake Monitors loading...
Hear The Sounds Of Climate Change—With Earthquake Monitors
Seismometers can register hurricanes from thousands of miles away, or hear ice melting and refreezing, offering a new way to track changes big and small.
Huge Antarctic Pterosaur Found In Fire-Struck Museum loading...
Huge Antarctic Pterosaur Found In Fire-Struck Museum
A blackened bone is among the first fossils to be scientifically described from Brazil’s Museu Nacional since a tragic blaze devastated its collections last year.
Greenland's Melting Ice May Affect Everyone's Future loading...
Greenland's Melting Ice May Affect Everyone's Future
NASA scientists are trying to understand how this region is responding to climate change—and how that will influence sea levels around the world.
Bali Fights For Its Beautiful Beaches By Rethinking Waste, Plastic Trash loading...
Bali Fights For Its Beautiful Beaches By Rethinking Waste, Plastic Trash
From single-use plastic bans to education, Bali is digging deep to preserve its pristine reputation and save its tourism industry.
Indigenous Farming Practices Failing As Climate Change Disrupts Seasons loading...
Indigenous Farming Practices Failing As Climate Change Disrupts Seasons
Farmers around the world rely on millennia-old wisdom to guide their planting. Scrambled weather and seasons are forcing them into uncharted territory.
Ancient Aztec Records Reveal Hidden Earthquake Risk loading...
Ancient Aztec Records Reveal Hidden Earthquake Risk
Scientific examinations of historical accounts suggest that up to 40 per cent of Mexico’s population lives along a zone that is more seismically active than suspected.
Billions Face Food, Water Shortages Over Next 30 Years As Nature Fails loading...
Billions Face Food, Water Shortages Over Next 30 Years As Nature Fails
A new model shows which areas of Earth will likely be hit the hardest by the changes caused by human activity, also revealing possible solutions.
Fast Food Increases Exposure To A Forever Chemical Called PFAS loading...
Fast Food Increases Exposure To A Forever Chemical Called PFAS
Used in fast food packaging, the long-lasting chemicals can seep into food—and build up in our bodies.
How Antarctica Is Melting From Above And Below loading...
How Antarctica Is Melting From Above And Below
Upside-down rivers lapping at the bottoms of ice sheets and brilliant blue mini-lakes dotted on top may be speeding up Antarctic melting.
Huge New Shark Toothed Dinosaur Found loading...
Huge New Shark Toothed Dinosaur Found
Dating back more than 113 million years, the fossils belong to one of the most important Thai dinosaurs ever found, palaeontologists say.
The Sea Is Running Out Of Fish, Despite Nations’ Pledges To Stop It loading...
The Sea Is Running Out Of Fish, Despite Nations’ Pledges To Stop It
Major countries that are promising to curtail funding for fisheries are nevertheless increasing handouts for their seafood industries.

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