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Why do some animal parents eat their young?

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DOWNLOAD VIDEO Zookeepers at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, D.C. recently had to remove a sloth bear cub from its mother after she ate…read more

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Should we bring extinct species back to life?

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DOWNLOAD VIDEO Though it may sound like “Jurassic Park,” researchers and entrepreneurs are now trying to bring back extinct species. Some scientists believe it’s a…read more

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New U.N. report warns of dire climate change effects

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DOWNLOAD VIDEO A new U.N. report on climate change is full of serious warnings and unhappy predictions of what’s to come. The report was written…read more

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South Florida considers investing in infrastructure to combat rising sea levels

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DOWNLOAD VIDEO It’s often difficult to see how climate change is altering the environment in our daily lives, but the residents of South Florida are…read more

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Scientists fish for data in the waters around Fukushima

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In March 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami hit the island nation of Japan, causing a meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Three years later, experts are trying to assess how recovery efforts in the nuclear-affected area are progressing. Continue reading

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