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  1. Unique images bring fossil insects back to lifeRead the original story

    9 min ago | PressReleasePoint

    ... state of the art technology Dr David Penney from The University of Manchester has drawn on his knowledge of both entomology and palaeontology to discover some astonishing things about these fossilized creatures during the course of his research. He ...

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  2. Loving where they live - Great Yarmouth's Beachcare volunteers keeping coastline cleanRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago | Evening News

    Unforunately more people means more litter and more work for a volunteer group whose members give up their time and effort to keep the coastline looking its best.

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  3. Can a palm weevil cure world hunger?Read the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | CNN

    Mohammed Ashour launched Aspire with four fellow MBA students at McGill University.

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  4. Flower power at Dalton HallRead the original story

    28 min ago | Driffield Today

    Flower Power Fairs will be making its first visit to East Yorkshire on Sunday 10 August with a plant fair held within the historic Walled Garden at Dalton Hall, South Dalton.

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  5. Leaf cutter ants exchange paper hearts at Colchester ZooRead the original story w/Photo

    30 min ago | This is Local London

    The family living in the house were disgusted when they noticed hundreds of the tiny black creatures crawling inside their microwave, their beds and across surfaces.

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  6. Nyack Sketch Log: The Bees and Trees of Hummingbird RanchRead the original story w/Photo

    45 min ago | NyackNewsAndViews

    Twelve million bees and 1,500 trees keep Richard and Debbie Focht busy 365 days a year.

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  7. AM markets: have ag investors removed too much risk premium?Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Agrimoney.com

    The fall in December corn futures, which hit contract lows below $3.65 a bushel last week, shows that the market "appears to be expecting an average corn yield above 170 bushels per acre, with a lot of forecasts pushing into the mid-170s".

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  8. Quarry site was vast lake during Triassic eraRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Martinsville Bulletin

    Virginia Museum of Natural History Curator of Paleontology Alton "Butch" Dooley holds a fossilized rock specimen of Tanytrachelos, a small aquatic reptile species from the Triassic period, about 225 million years ago.

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  9. Flying Foxes vs Green AntsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Townsville Bulletin

    Burdekin Shire Council Mayor Bill Lowis with some green ants that helped get rid of flying foxes in Home Hill BURDEKIN Shire Mayor Bill Lowis has offered up a green solution to Townsville's flying fox problem in Dan Gleeson Memorial Gardens - bombard the area with ants.

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  10. Gardening lessons from the DanubeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The News Tribune

    Summer travel means you can glean gardening tips from all over the world. This summer we organized a tour that included a river cruise on the Danube.

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  11. Leek Lions help pupils at Springfield Special School to get green-fingeredRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Your Leek Paper

    From the left: teaching assistant Dee Leaf, Callum Kirk, William Bode, Joe Harvey, Sophie Jones, teaching assistant Niomi Fletcher, Chloe Bagshaw, Henrique McGuinness, and Leek Lion Linda Demaid-Jones.

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  12. Researchers identify functions of two classes of mouse pheromone receptorsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Medical News Today

    Researchers at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research have identified the functions of two classes of pheromone receptors, and found pheromones crucial to triggering the mating process in mice.

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  13. Myanmar snub-nosed monkey facing extinctionRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    The recently discovered Myanmar snub-nosed monkey has been bearing the brunt of China's appetite for timber but a video clip and a new law banning the export of raw logs could give the critically endangered species a shot at survival, writes Vincent MacIsaac It is just 42 seconds long, but the first-ever video footage of a species of monkey ... (more)

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  14. Critters zap selves, your lights: Animals blamed for 17% of PUD outagesRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | HeraldNet

    The culprit turned out to be a furry, four-legged creature with sharp teeth, a bushy tail and a taste for seeds and nuts.

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  15. Ant-Man Details: Exclusive Footage Reveals Ant-Man's Suit, Yellowjacket ConfirmedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | International Business Times

    The San Diego Comic-con on Saturday, July 26, was a gathering of stars and their movie revelations.

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  16. Honolulu Pest Control Pros Offer Tips to Prevent Wildlife InfestationsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions, a Hawaii pest control company, wants to offer helpful tips to avoid the threats of wildlife on your property.

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  17. Cancer victim begins collecting court award from Gov'tRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Jamaica Observer

    THE State has started making payment to a 38-year-old man, who developed cancer of the blood from exposure to a shipment of dangerous chemicals while working at Kingston Wharves 10 years ago.

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  18. Ovvio Oils Announces Launch Of Prevent, A 100% Natural Alternative To Chemical-based RepellantsRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Emailwire.com

    Maple Valley , Washington -- The ever-vigilant consumers are seeking healthier and safer purchasing options; however, with the widespread presence of chemicals in almost all household products, it is not always an easy quest.

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  19. Researchers On, Off Campus Consider MSU Institute a Go-To ResourceRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business

    Researchers in a variety of fields, both at the university and in industry, say having access to very high-end scientific equipment and helpful, knowledgeable staff members are what they appreciate most about , the institute's director, said that while the institute is a research institute and university-level core facility, "the I2AT has an ... (more)

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  20. VIDEO: Cockroach sandwich? No thanks! Unpleasant surprise found in a loaf of breadRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Bournemouth Echo

    Samuel Backon, of Pine Road, Winton, made the gruesome discovery on Thursday while making himself a hummus sandwich.

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