Oil sands development disrupts wildlife health

In northeastern Alberta, near the oil industry, researchers report lower reproductive rates, modified sex organs and the presence of rat poison in many of the specimens tested. Pekan, marten, muskrat,…

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Best Camping Spots In Wales

Rife with emerald green landscapes, stunning water landmarks, and breathtaking coastlines, Wales is a little slice of worldly heaven. Basking in the true splendors of this charming country is best…

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Smart fabric that regulates heat

A textile fiber that automatically changes its properties to trap or release heat in response to changes in temperature in its environment was designed by American scientists from the University…

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Newly Discovered Insect In B.C. Could Date Back To The Ice Age

A troglodyte insect species recently discovered in British Columbia may well date back to the last ice age, according to scientists. Called “Haplocampa wagnelli”, the arthropod found in a cave…

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Bees know how to count

Honey bees can perform basic mathematical calculations, Australian and French scientists have shown. Last year researchers are affiliated with RMIT University and Toulouse III University established that these social insects…

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Two-thirds of the Himalayan glaciers could melt by 2100

Two-thirds of the Himalayan and Hindu Kush glaciers could melt by the end of the century if the planet stayed on the same trajectory of greenhouse gas emissions, threatening to…

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Learn to Hunt with A Traditional Bow: The Aspect of Personal Enhancement

We could sit here and talk about traditional bow hunting, and how to shoot the arrow all day long. Why should we even think about doing that when there are…

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