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Polar bear hunting a reindeer caught on tape for first time

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Unusual behavior had been assumed, but never clearly seen

Dinosaurs thrived until the moment asteroid hit, excavators of controversial site claim

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New dino footprints and fossils leave some paleontologists still skeptical of Tanis...

They thought the expedition was lost. Then, they spotted a whale almost no one has seen

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Chance encounter off the coast of Oregon enables researchers to identify song...

Breakthrough or bust? Claim of room-temperature superconductivity draws fire

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Study slammed by critic, who asserts measurements look suspiciously similar to ones...

Earthquakes boost tree growth

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Short-term fertilizing effect leaves signatures in wood cells

Civil war drove these elephants to lose their tusks—through evolution

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As ivory poachers wiped out herds, tuskless elephants became more common

NIH says grantee failed to report experiment in Wuhan that created a bat virus that made mice sicker

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EcoHealth Alliance violated terms of grant, according to letter to House Republicans

Golden mussels are devastating South American rivers. The Amazon may be next

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Invasive mollusk is quickly spreading through Brazil, choking out native species and...

First Viking settlement in North America dated to exactly 1000 years ago

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Felled trees and cosmic rays reveal when L’Anse aux Meadows was occupied

Ancient DNA reveals the long-sought homeland of modern horses

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Bronze Age riders trotted out their new mounts in the western Eurasian...

Physicist-turned-climate adviser says developing countries will be seeking money at U.N. climate talks

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Bill Hare says vulnerable nations need debt relief, grants, and donations