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Researchers appeared before an Australian Senate committee this week to review how federal and local governments have managed the reef.
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Grizzly bears and aboriginal tribes in Canada have lived with each other for thousands of years.
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Scientists have made an important step toward explaining why China's iconic giant panda is such an obsessive eater - munching up to 15 kg of bamboo varieties everyday - with collaborators from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the University of Sydney, and it's all part of the panda plan.
By tracking hybrids between songbird species, investigators have found that migration routes are under genetic control and could be preventing interbreeding.
Woodrats from northern Utah were better able to eat toxic plants after receiving microbe-filled fecal transplants, according to a new study by the University of Utah.
A shark-sensing "buoy" and a fake kelp forest that is actually a high tech shark barrier could soon be deployed at beaches to help prevent shark attacks, which led to 10 deaths last year and dozens of serious injuries.
The future is unpredictable. From space, to air, to energy to food - many people have vast ideas and prophecies about what our future will look like in the race to be conservative, smart and efficient.
Eco-activists have long fought tooth and nail to rid their local environments of the invasive plants and animals that often show up in the wake of human settlement.
A novel, First Nations-led research collaboration has revealed a previously undocumented grizzly bear aggregation in coastal British Columbia, one of the most southerly aggregations of salmon-feeding grizzlies in North America.
Visitors to the shorebird reserve and interpretive centre in Johnson's Mills, N.B. are sure to see an aerial ballet.
Newswise - SALT LAKE CITY, July 21, 2014 - Woodrats lost their ability to eat toxic creosote bushes after antibiotics killed their gut microbes.
RUSSIAN president Vladimir Putin has finally spoken out about the investigation into the Malaysia Airlines crash but has warned the world not to exploit tragedy.
When 12-year-old Lauren Arrington heard about her sixth-grade science project, she knew she wanted to study lionfish.
Rabbi Moti Rieber travels the politically red state of Kansas armed with the book of Genesis, a psalm and even the words of Jesus to lecture church audiences, or sermonize if they'll let him, about the threat of global warming.
Eva Crim of Kitsap Public Health District grabs a water sample from Dogfish Creek in Poulsbo.
A new STEM and agriculture course at Oak Creek School is capitalizing on Cornville's natural education opportunities, said Principal Christine Griffin.
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