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Pet Peeves: Dogs Really Do Get Jealous, Study Says
Ever feel like your dog was jealous when you played with another pooch? It might not have been your imagination, according to new research.
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To Save the Whales, Shift the Shipping Lanes
The shipping lanes that lead to Los Angeles and San Francisco could be tweaked to reduce the risk to blue whales, researchers say.
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Red Greenhouse Grows Veggies for Mars
Researchers are pioneering menus for Mars by growing vegetables under hot-pink lights in an experimental greenhouse in Germany.
Elephants Can Outsniff Dogs (and Other Species)
In a study of 13 mammals, African elephants were found to have more genes associated with smell than any other species, including humans and dogs.
SpaceX Releases Amazing Video of Rocket Splashdown
A stunning new video shows the first stage of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket making a soft ocean splashdown as planned after its launch earlier this month.
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Is Climate Change Ruining Wine Corks?
Rising temperatures and increased exposure to UV light brought on by climate change may be behind chemical changes in the bark of cork oaks.
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SpaceShipOne's White Knight Plane Makes Final Flight
The mothership for the historic SpaceShipOne rocket plane, known as the White Knight, has become part of a museum exhibit in Washington state.
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Is Antarctica's Sea Ice Expanding? Experts Disagree
A new study suggests that a software error may have caused scientists to overestimate sea ice expansion around Antarctica.
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Republicans Google 'Climate Change' In Extreme Weather
During extreme or unusual weather, Americans' political leanings seem to influence their Internet searches about the climate.
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