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Shah Nawaz
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Home dog Interesting Research Dogs Help Cheetahs Overcome Breeding Fears In New Zoo Project
LOS ANGELES — It may sound like a West Side Story-style love story, but some dogs love big cats. Cheetahs are the fastest mammals in the world, but they also are the world's biggest scaredy-cats — so much so that they don't breed easily and are in danger of...
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Chimpanzees and monkeys have entered the Stone Age
“Some Chimpanzees Have Entered Stone Age.” Scientists On 3 Continents Make Surprising Discovery. In the rainforests of west Africa, the woodlands of Brazil and the beaches of Thailand, archaeologists have stumbled upon some fascinating stone tools. What set...
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Chimpanzees and monkeys have entered the Stone Age
“Some Chimpanzees Have Entered Stone Age.” Scientists On 3 Continents Make Surprising Discovery. In the rainforests of west Africa, the woodlands of Brazil and the beaches of Thailand, archaeologists have stumbled upon some fascinating stone tools. What set...
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George W. Archibald
George William Archibald (born 13 July 1946) is the co-founder of the  International Crane Foundation  and was the inaugural winner of the 2006 Indianapolis Prize. Archibald was born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada to Donald Edison and Annie Letitia ("L...
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Earthquakes are even harder to predict than we thought
Like it was ever easy. A siren blares in the distance just before the ground under your feet starts rocking, jolting you into action. You  drop, cover, and hold on  to something sturdy, wondering if this is the big one. Unfortunately, according to a  study ...
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You don’t need a brain to sleep. Just ask jellyfish
We think of sleep as restoring our brains: a time to process memories, cleanse our cells of toxins, and prepare for a new day. But even animals that lack brains need to snooze. Biologists have discovered that, like people, jellyfish hit the hay and have the...
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Study of fracking in four states uncovers over 6,600 spills
Many spills could be prevented if states released standardized data. A  new study  investigating spills from hydraulically fractured oil and gas uncovered 6,648 spills in just four states over a ten-year period. Part of the  SNAP Partnership , the study exa...
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