Saltwater is killing off woodlands all along the mid-Atlantic coast, sometimes surprisingly far from the sea.
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They can only be made (by a robot) and eaten above 14,000 feet, and are endangered by climate change.
What to know about the cult-favorite Pikes Peak Summit House donuts.
Get Fresh Donuts at 14,000 Feet at Pikes Peak Summit House in Colorado – Thrillist
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A surprising new study challenged decades of nutrition advice and gave consumers the green light to eat more red and processed meat. But what the study didn’t say is that its lead author has past research ties to the meat and food industry.
Scientist Who Discredited Meat Guidelines Didn’t Report Past Food Industry Ties
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The evidence is too weak to justify telling individuals to eat less beef and pork, according to new research. The findings “erode public trust,” critics said.
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CT scans show layered bone covers the adult reptile’s body, likely to protect them when fighting for mates and food.
Komodo Dragons Have Skin That Looks Like Chain Mail | Smart News | Smithsonian
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Tagged anatomy, animal, armor, biology, bone, chain mail, Komodo dragons, nature, reptile, science, skin |
Thousands of fires, most of them set to clear land for plantations that make palm oil, created thick clouds of smoke that disrupted air travel and sickened people.
Warming waters and a series of dams are making the grueling migration of the Chinook salmon even more deadly — and threatening dozens of other species.
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