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Invasive Species: The Story of Bunny
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Invasive Species: The Story of Bunny

Well hey there, friends. Do you want to hear a story? Once upon a time, there was a bunny. And she was a good little bunny and she walked around her neibourghood every day finding food that she liked to

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When will the next mass extinction occur? – Borths, D’Emic, and Pritchard
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When will the next mass extinction occur? – Borths, D’Emic, and Pritchard

About 66 million years ago, something terrible happened to life on our planet. Ecosystems were hit with a double blow as massive volcanic eruptions filled the atmosphere with carbon dioxide and an asteroid roughly the size of Manhattan struck the

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How Close Are We to Resurrecting Extinct Species?
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How Close Are We to Resurrecting Extinct Species?

[TRACE] The passenger pigeon, the gastric brooding frog, the wooly mammoth, they all have one thing in common, they’re extinct…. dead as a dodo, if you will. In fact, scientists estimate that 5 billion species have come and gone off

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Prehistoric Animals STILL ALIVE Today!!!
The coelacanth: A living fossil of a fish – Erin Eastwood
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The coelacanth: A living fossil of a fish – Erin Eastwood

The dead coming back to life sounds scary. But for scientists, it can be a wonderful opportunity. Of course, we’re not talking about zombies. Rather, this particular opportunity came in the unlikely form of large, slow-moving fish called the coelacanth.

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Why are we the only Humans that survived?
History’s Most Powerful Plants
When Giant Deer Roamed Eurasia
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When Giant Deer Roamed Eurasia

It was a typical autumn day in 2018, when two fishermen set off into the waters of Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland. As they pulled up their net, they noticed something different among all the freshly caught fish: something very

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What If The Deinosuchus Didn’t Go Extinct?