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New species celebrated amid warnings of biodiversity lossA flat faced frogfish, bug eating slug and carnivorous sea sponge are some of the top new species named by scientists.
updated Thu May 20 2010 22:47:48
Scientists create a living organismScientists have turned inanimate chemicals into a living Nike Mercurial Superfly TF organism in an experiment that raises profound questions about the essence of life.
updated Mon May 10 2010 21:01:58
The world’s biodiversity hotspotsFrom the forests of Ecuador to the shore of the Aral Sea, in the coming months Earth’s Frontiers will be exploring the rich diversity of life on our planet and the challenges of conservation.
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Tracking tigers in Korea’s DMZI am huddled in a sleeping bag in an old military tent near the Demilitarized Zone in South Korea. I am camping out with a band of men dedicated to protect their loved ones.
updated Fri May 07 2010 16:46:43
Neanderthal genome shines light on human evolutionAn international team of scientists that spent more than a decade studying remains of Neanderthals has drafted Nike Mercurial Superfly TF the first genome sequence of humans’ closest extinct biological relative.
Can world’s largest laser zap Earth’s energy woes?Scientists at a government lab here are trying to use the world’s largest laser it’s the size of three football fields to set off a nuclear reaction so intense that it will make a star bloom on the surface of the Earth.
updated Wed Apr 14 2010 08:57:31
Archaeologists discover a Roman era mummyA Roman era mummy was recently unearthed in a Bahariya Oasis cemetery, about 190 miles southwest of Cairo.
updated Tue Apr 13 2010 17:24:54
How scientists found world’s deepest undersea volcanoesA team of British scientists surprised the world this week with its discovery of volcanic vents spewing superheated water from a trench three miles below the surface of the Caribbean.
updated Mon Apr 12 2010 03:08:50
The stark reality of a throw away societyI grew up on the shores of Sydney Harbor and I fondly remember exploring the crystal clear pools, observing the unique and bountiful marine life. Shells and driftwood, cuttlefish bones and dried seaweed littered the sand. Nike Mercurial Superfly hypervenom for kids TF That was the only debris from the ocean beyond that I saw.
updated Sun Apr 11 2010 22:56:01
Mega dairies: Farming solution or big problem?The plan for Britain’s first “factory farm” for cows has stirred up the debate on the future of farming in Europe.
updated Thu Apr 08 2010 12:55:10