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Humpback whales nearly eat divers
Whales Almost Eat Divers: See Massive Humpback Whales Lunge-feed Inches From California Divers [VIDEO, NSFW]
Jul 22, 2013 17:12 PM E
A pair of humpback whales nearly eat divers in an incredible lunge-feed performance.
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Dolphin Names: Bottlenose Dolphins Use 'Signature Whistles' To Call Each Other By Name [STUDY]
Jul 22, 2013 16:43 PM E
Bottlenose dolphins use "names" to call to one another, a new study from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland finds. The dolphins use signature whistles when "talking" to one another, making them the first nonhuman animals to do so.
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‘Bloodsicles:’ Zookeepers In Wyoming Give Carnivorous Cats Frozen Blood Pops To Beat The Heat [VIDEO]
Jul 19, 2013 12:53 PM E
“Bloodsicles” are one way to help beat the heat. Zookeepers across the northern U.S. are finding creative ways to help zoo animals cope with the extreme summer temperatures.
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Chimpanzee Memories: Human’s Closest Relative Recalls Distant Past Events With Remarkable Accuracy, New Study Shows [VIDEO]
Jul 19, 2013 11:12 AM E
Chimpanzee memories are more accurate than we could have imagined, a new study says. Researchers in Denmark have discovered that chimps and orangutans recall distant past events with remarkable precision, suggesting that human memory isn’t as special as we had thought.
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Dinosaurs Warm-Blooded: Cold-Blooded Dinosaurs Wouldn't Have Been Muscular Enough To Survive, Suggests Study
Jul 18, 2013 15:29 PM E
Dinosaurs were warm blooded, suggests Roger Seymour of the University of Adelaide, in Australia. Cold-blooded dinosaurs would not have been able to dominate the food chain, Seymour says.
Dead stingrays
Dead Stingrays On Mexican Beach: Were Hundreds Of Threatened Stingrays Discarded By Fishermen? [VIDEO]
Jul 18, 2013 14:31 PM E
Dead stingrays were found on the beach of Mexico's Veracruz. Authorities investigate whether fishermen are responsible.
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Nasutoceratops Titusi: Strange New Dinosaur Discovered In Utah Desert Has Massive Bull-Like Horns And Bulbous Snout [REPORT]
Jul 17, 2013 21:46 PM E
Nasutoceratops titusi, an unusual new dinosaur species discovered in southern Utah, had massive, bull-like horns over its eyes and a large, round snout. The large four-legged Nasutoceratops titusi was an herbivore and a close relative of the triceratops.
Nantucket Shark captured by Elliot Sudal
Nantucket Shark: Watch Elliot Sudal Wrestle 200 lb. Sand Shark Onto Shore With His Bare Hands [VIDEO]
Jul 17, 2013 16:28 PM E
A local fisherman in Nantucket is becoming an internet celebrity after video of him wrestling a sand shark to shore has gone viral.
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Rjukan Sun Mirrors: Giant Reflective Contraption Redirects Sunlight To Norwegian Town During Dark Winters
Jul 17, 2013 16:11 PM E
Rjukan, a town in Norway which receives no direct sunlight in winter, is putting up giant sun mirrors to bring the sun's rays to the town center.
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Hurricane Sandy Was A 'Once Every 700 Years' Occurrence, Study Says
Jul 17, 2013 15:07 PM E
A Hurricane Sandy type storm is not likely to occur for another 700 years, a new study says.
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Ash Borer Beetle Returns To North America: Invasive, Tree-Eating Bug Wreaks Havoc In Canada And Northeast US [VIDEO]
Jul 17, 2013 15:00 PM E
The ash borer beetle, whose full name is the emerald ash borer, has returned to North America. The invasive, tree-eating beetle burrows in tree trunks and causes them to die. The ash borer beetle has been spotted in trees from Ontario, Canada to Michigan City, Ind.
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Panda Twins Born In US: Watch Mother Lun Lun Give Birth To Adorable Endangered Duo At Zoo Atlanta [VIDEO]
Jul 16, 2013 12:15 PM E
Panda twins, born at Georgia’s Zoo Atlanta, are the first giant panda duo born in the U.S. since 1987. Their mother Lun Lun gave birth to the adorable baby pandas on Monday. Watch the birth of the first endangered species pair born in the U.S. in 26 years.
lightning strike indoors
Lightning Strike Indoors: How Did Bolt Hit Woman In Louisiana Supermarket Checkout Line?
Jul 16, 2013 11:20 AM E
A lightning strike indoors at a supermarket in Louisiana gave one woman a jolt at the checkout line. Lakeisha Brooks was cashing out when a lightning bolt came through the ceiling and hit her, causing burns to her leg and foot. How is a lightning strike indoors possible?
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Fukushima Vegetables Have Bizarre Tumor-Like Growths And Deformities: Is Nuclear Meltdown To Blame For Freaky Produce? [PHOTOS]
Jul 15, 2013 18:11 PM E
Photos of what appear to be vegetables from the Fukushima region of Japan show produce that looks gnarled and deformed. Is the freaky fruit a result of the 2011 radiation disaster?
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