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For a biology professor to watch 200,000 wood frog tadpoles die is bad enough, but it was even worse to watch them die in his own pond.
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Water vapor is spewing into space from 101 separate geysers on Enceladus, a moon of Saturn that's thought to harbor a hidden ocean and perhaps life.
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Coral Damage Goes Deeper in Gulf Oil Spill Zone
A survey of coral surrounding the site of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill shows that it had a wider effect than scientists thought four years ago.
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Trees Save More Than 850 Lives a Year: Study
A new study by U.S. Forest Service researchers puts a hard number on the value of trees to human health.
Watch Your Step: Yet Another Hole Found in Siberia
Siberia appears to be positively perforated with massive, unexplained-as-yet craters.
Hot or Not? We Decide in 100 Milliseconds
Researchers find that it takes us only a fraction of a second to size up someone’s looks and their personality based on a few facial features.
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U.S.'s Dirty Secret: Exporting Pollution Abroad
A global coal shell game makes the U.S. appear to be advancing more than it is on global warming.
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Russia Regains Control of Gecko Zero-G Sex Satellite
Russia's space agency says it's restored full contact with an orbiting satellite equipped with cameras to record geckos having sex in zero gravity.
What Earth Can Do to Prepare for Potential Solar Flares
What are the chances of a solar storm so powerful that it knocks out power grids? Lika Guhathakurta discusses the issue with TODAY's Lester Holt.
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