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By Marion Renault
The biodiversity crisis will most directly affect distinctive members of the avian family. Get ready for a world that “is really simple and brown and boring.”
Bird-watchers love to see vagrants, or birds that have traveled far outside their range. But scientists say they have a lot to teach us in a world facing ecological change.
Bird-watchers have been tracking a Steller’s sea eagle. They’re usually found in Asia, but this one turned up in Eastern Canada and may have flown as far as South Texas.
A top conservation organization updated the status of the fierce giant lizards on its Red List of threatened species.
Critics challenged a study’s claim that a netlike structure found in rocks in a Canadian mountain range could be an 890-million-year-old sponge fossil.
The microscopic animals were frozen when woolly mammoths still roamed the planet, but were restored as though no time had passed.
The engineers are in the kitchen, again.
Something with no legs, no feet and no skeleton is crawling around down there, scientists say.
Imagery from the Cold War’s Corona satellites is helping scientists fill in how we have changed our planet in the past half century.