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The Dirt: This Week in Nature (March 9-15)

Flowers use caffeine to attract bees, Mars rover finds the planet was once habitable, and Monarch butterfly annual migration has hit a 20 year low.

Mar 15th, 2013 | Comments

The Dirt: This Week in Nature (March 2-8)

Right whales make a comeback, fossil finds suggest ancient crocodile species fed on baby dinosaurs, and a disease that causes worker bees to turn on their queen may play a role in the ever-perplexing colony collapse disorder.

Mar 8th, 2013 | Comments

The Dirt: This Week in Nature (February 23-March 1)

Bees and flowers share electrical charges, a 62-year-old wild albatross produces chick, and new research suggests chimpanzees get feelings of satisfaction similar to humans after solving puzzles.

Mar 1st, 2013 | Comments

The Dirt: This Week in Nature

Bottlenose dolphins call each other by "name", fossils of toothed-baleen whales found in California, and dogs can visually recognize their own species.

Feb 22nd, 2013 | Comments

The Dirt: This Week in Nature (February 2-8)

Moles catch snacks fast thanks to their 'stereo' smell and orphaned Siberian tiger cubs are prepared for life in the wild.

Feb 8th, 2013

The Dirt: This Week in Nature (January 25-February 1)

Dung beetles use Milky Way glow to help them walk straight, a new species of spider weaves 'decoys,' and study shows domestic cats do quite a job on wildlife.

Feb 1st, 2013 | Comments

The Dirt: This Week in Nature (January 19-24)

What Thoreau's writings tell us about climate change, efforts to save the Tasmanian Devil from a cancer outbreak, and storing Shakespeare in DNA molecules.

Jan 25th, 2013 | Comments

The Dirt: This Week in Nature

Robots make the ocean safer for whales, and new research illuminates how some species can regrow body parts.

Jan 18th, 2013 | Comments
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