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Arctic Rotifer Lives After 24,000 Years In A Frozen State by Cell Press

Bdelloid rotifers are multicellular animals so small you need a microscope to see them. Despite their size, they’re known for being tough, capable of surviving through drying, freezing, starvation, and low oxygen. Now, researchers reporting in the journal Current Biology on June 7 have found that not only can they withstand being frozen, but they […]

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Solar Storms Are Back, Threatening Life As We Know It On Earth by Brian K. Sullivan

Solar storms have their roots in an 11-year cycle that shifts the polarity of the sun’s magnetic field. The magnetic forces at work on the sun get tangled during the process, and can punch out through the surface, sending the sun’s plasma into outer space and potentially triggering storms on Earth. The most powerful geomagnetic […]

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Earth Is Home To 50 Billion Birds, New Study Finds by Lucy Jones

There are six birds for every human on the planet according to new research out of UNSW. Citizen science and advanced algorithms have been used to determine the global bird population for the first time. The research, conducted by a team of scientists from the University of New South Wales, estimates that there are 50 […]

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Environmental Scientists: Up To 20% Of Global Groundwater Wells At Risk Of Going Dry by Bob Yirka

In their paper published in the journal Science, Scott Jasechko and Debra Perrone describe their analysis of groundwater well construction data from millions of wells around the world. The researchers were able to draw conclusions about the state of groundwater levels. They found that between 6 and 20% of all of the wells around the […]

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Only 3 Percent Of Earth’s Land Hasn’t Been Marred By Humans by Jonathan Lambert

Human activity has had a far-ranging impact on the numbers and abundance of other species. The Serengeti looks largely like it did hundreds of years ago. Lions, hyenas and other top predators still stalk herds of wildebeests over a million strong, preventing them from eating too much vegetation. This diversity of trees and grasses support […]

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Explainer: The Toxic Water At Japan’s Fukushima Nuclear Plant

Japan will release about 1.25 million tonnes of Fukushima water into the sea – part of its plan to decommission the power station destroyed in the 2011 tsunami. Japan’s decision to release more than one million tonnes of treated radioactive water – equivalent to about 500 Olympic-sized swimming pools – from the tsunami-ravaged Fukushima nuclear […]

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Confronting Plastic Pollution To Protect Environmental And Public Health by Public Library of Science

Some 8,300 million metric tons of plastics have been manufactured since production exploded in the 1950s, with more than 75 percent ending up as waste and 15 million metric tons reaching oceans every year. Plastic waste fragments into increasingly smaller but environmentally persistent “microplastics,” with potentially harmful effects on the health of people, wildlife and […]

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African Elephants Only Occupy A Fraction Of Their Potential Range by Colorado State University

Many wildlife species are threatened by shrinking habitat. But according to new research, the potential range of African elephants could be more than five times larger than its current extent. Due to 2,000 years of human pressure, African elephants have suffered dramatic population declines, and their range has shrunk to just 17% of what it […]

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A Third Of Global Farmland At ‘High’ Pesticide Pollution Risk by Kelly MacNamara

A third of the planet’s agricultural land is at “high risk” of pesticide pollution from the lingering residue of chemical ingredients that can leach into water supplies and threaten biodiversity, according to research published Monday. The use of pesticides has soared globally as agricultural production has expanded, prompting growing fears over environmental damage and calls […]

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Want To Improve Your Health? Head To A National Park, And Absorb The Sounds by Colorado State University

Wolves howling, birds singing, rain falling-natural sounds inspire us and connect us to nature. New research by a team of scientists shows that natural sounds are also good for our health. Researchers from Carleton University, Michigan State University, Colorado State University and the National Park Service analyzed studies on the outcomes of listening to natural […]

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As Endangered Birds Lose Their Songs, They Can’t Find Mates by Christina Larson

Male songbirds usually learn their tunes from adult mentors. But when aspiring crooners lack proper role models, they hit all the wrong notes-and have less success attracting mates. For five years, ecologist Ross Crates has tracked the singing ability and breeding success of critically endangered regent honeyeaters. These distinctive black and yellow birds were once […]

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‘You Will Own Nothing, And You Will Be Happy’: Warnings Of ‘Orwellian’ Great Reset (7:24)

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When ‘Eradicated’ Species Bounce Back With A Vengeance by UC Davis

For the PNAS study, researchers in 2009 began intensive efforts to eradicate the European green crab from Stinson Beach’s Seadrift Lagoon. The crab is considered among the world’s top 100 invasive species, costing the U.S. commercial shellfish industry about $20 million in annual losses. By 2013, the population had decreased from 125,000 to fewer than […]

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An Ancient Dog Fossil Helps Trace Humans’ Path Into The Americas by Anushree Dave

An Ancient Dog Fossil Helps Trace Humans’ Path Into The Americas A roughly 10,000-year-old bone found in southern Alaska is among the Americas’ oldest dog fossils. The new finding also adds to an ongoing debate about what route humans took after arriving in North America via a land bridge in Alaska. One long-held idea is […]