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Prehistoric mystery organism verified as giant fungus

...axites in 1859, based on specimens found along the shores of Gaspé Bay in Quebec, Canada. Hueber pored through Dawson’s field notebooks, written "in a completely illegible scrawl," Hotton said. "Fran spent months deciphering them for clues about the localities where specimens had been collected, how Daws...

Race to halt global amphibian crisis boosted by rediscovery of endangered Colombian frogs

...astal mountain range in the world, rising from the shores of the Caribbean Sea to almost 19,000 feet. It contains extraordinary numbers of species found nowhere else across a multitude of isolated ecosystems. Protecting the new El Dorado Nature Reserve prevents destruction of valuable and rare biodiversity,...

Fish virus in Northeast spreading to other fish species

...eek, an estimated 1,000 dead fish washed up on the shores of Lake Ontario in just one morning. Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus (VHSV) was detected and confirmed for the first time in the Northeast in round gobies and muskellunge in June. Cornell researchers are awaiting finals results of tests on 54 f...

There's something fishy about human brain evolution

...shoreline delicacies like clams and catfish. "The shores gave us food security and higher nutrient density. My hypothesis is that to permit the brain to start to increase in size, the fittest early humans were those with the fattest infants," says Dr. Cunnane, author of the book Survival of the Fattest, pu...

Missing fossil link 'Dallasaurus' found

...lived 92 million years ago in the shallow seas and shores of what was then a stretch of Texas mostly under water, and also used the fossil to better understand the mosasaur family tree. Polcyn and Bell painstakingly pieced together an understanding of the anatomy and natural history of Dallasaurus from the ...

Drugs from the deep blue

... a sense of wonder that comes from standing at the shores of new worlds." ...

Man-made wetland's effectiveness similar to natural marsh

...gricultural territory in west central Ohio ?on the shores of Great Miami River, a tributary that flows into a local lake and then on to the Ohio River, which drains to the Mississippi River. The researchers studied the wetland for two years, collecting and analyzing water samples twice each month. They tes...

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