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- Attacked by pit bulls!
Crazed by blood lust, they turn a quiet residential street
into a scene of horror.
- Community bands together against winter moth.
- Dinosaur artists Brian Cooley and Mary Ann Wilson.
- Do chimpanzees seek explanations? Preliminary comparative investigation.
- Early humans may have exterminated most large mammals in the Americas.
- Gene therapy cures blindness in dogs.
- Half a million penguins pull up to this bleak shore in Patagonia
after one of the most astonishing migrations in all of nature.
- How can sea mammals drink saltwater?
- How to prevent, and first aid for, insect bites and stings.
- Into the dinosaur's graveyard:
digs and discoveries in Canada.
- Journey of the nectar bats:
the annual migration from Mexico to Arizona is at risk.
- Minke whales make Star Wars noises.
- New Hampshire students boost butterfly habitat.
- New studies suggest that Stone Age hunters
may have driven dozens of huge creatures to extinction.
- Wasp communication.
- When the red fox comes to town:
as their numbers soar in the suburbs,
they delight many homeowners,
but sometimes pose a threat to rare species.
- The world's longest-running study of killer whales
reveals that pods pass on their vocal and social traditions.
- Yodel dogs - cute, until they decide to eat your baby.
Last updated April 29, 2005.
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