Indiana Jones hates snakes, but a new species is named after Harrison Ford

Comment on this storyComment Edgar Lehr and other researchers were looking for lizards in a swamp atop a Peruvian mountain ...
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Water voles brought back to the Lake District

More than 200 water voles are released in restored habitat in Cumbria, having previously been wiped out. Source link
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Appeals Court Upholds Legality of Abortion Pill but With Significant Restrictions

A federal appeals court panel said on Wednesday that the abortion pill mifepristone should remain legal in the United States ...
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Tropical Storm Hilary expected to deluge Southern California with heavy rain

The first tropical threat to the U.S. this season isn’t on the East Coast or in the Gulf of Mexico ...
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Paleontologists Identify New Triassic Amphibian Species in Australia | Sci.News

Arenaerpeton supinatus is the fourth species of chigutisaurid temnospondyl amphibian from Australia and the first from the Sydney Basin. Life ...
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U.S. hurricane deaths concentrated in vulnerable counties, research finds

People in socially vulnerable counties have accounted for the vast majority of deaths from hurricanes in the U.S. over the ...
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Mapping methane emissions from rivers around globe reveals surprising sources

Global patterns of CH4 in rivers and streams. a,b, Modeled yearly average CH4 concentrations (a) and emissions (b) in rivers and streams. ...
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Nate Berkus details his ‘depressing’ and ‘isolating’ nine-year struggle with psoriasis

HGTV star Nate Berkus has been struggling psoriasis for nearly a decade and got candid about how dealing with the ...
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Arecibo Observatory Shuts Down Its Science

After weathering hurricanes, earthquakes, budget cuts and a pandemic-induced shutdown, the iconic Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico closed its doors on ...
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Ring of fire eclipse will cross the western US this October: What to know

For the first time since May 2012, the U.S. will see a “ring of fire” eclipse in October.  The next ...
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