Habitat destruction and urbanization certainly played a role, but malaria might have dealt the final blow.
A lot of hot days loom over the US.
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“As humans, we know we need to strive to maintain a healthy weight, but for cats, there has not been a clear definition of what that is. We simply didn’t have the data,” the authors say.
Since 2015, Iceland has planted around 1,000 hectares of forest (between three and four million trees).
Scientists are getting closer to revealing the timeline of HIV evolution.
There are sex differences that may make women more vulnerable to Alzheimer’s.
It’s one of the fundamental universal features — and we’re still struggling to understand it.
The 5,000-year-old structures have baffled historians for centuries. However, it looks like one piece of the puzzle might have come together.
Every once in a while, a scientific matter will spill into the courtroom — this is the case with the “dueling dinosaurs” fossil.
A weird-looking new duck-billed dinosaur was found in Texas.
China’s pollution is ironically hurting its renewable energy technology.
The need for more ambition on climate action was once more highlighted following a new report on China’s greenhouse gas emissions. The country’s emissions reached 12.3 billion tons in 2014 – a 53.5% increase in just a decade. The figures were part of a report filed to the United Nations by China, as part of its obligation to regularly
Still a long way to go, but it’s an important step in the right direction.
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“We now have a pathogen whose molecular history we can follow for thousands of years,” says paper co-author McCormick. “The jury’s out, evidence is accumulating, and we’re all going to learn as we go forward.”
“In the future, we might also adapt dietary regimens for insect rearing in order to increase their antioxidant content for animal or human consumption,” say the authors.