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27 May

Higher Temperatures Make Zika Mosquito Spread Disease More
With rising temperatures, the mosquitoes that carry the Zika virus seem to flourish in the heat. In fact, the warmer it gets, the more efficiently the mosquito is able to transmit the ...

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27 May

Researchers Find `Significant` Evidence of Early Earthquake Detection
Scientists across the globe have searched for a way to predict when an earthquake would hit, but struggled to find an accurate, testable method. Now, a research team believes they may ...

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Fri

27 May

Punxsutawney Phil Doesn`t See Shadow, Predicts Early Spring
  //   Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow Tuesday morning, forecasting an early spring for the United States.It was only the 18th time the groundhog did not see his ...

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Fri

27 May

Large Sinkhole Forms in Oregon after Days of Rain
A large sinkhole has closed a section of Highway 101 along coastal Oregon, and officials said it continues to grow in size.The hole, at least 50 feet deep, has swallowed nearly the entire ...

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Fri

27 May

It`s Not Just Flint: Several American Cities Use Lead Pipes To Deliver Water
  // Hundreds of thousands of residents in Flint, Michigan, feared the news: The water they were drinking was tainted with lead. Now, local officials in other towns are ...

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Fri

27 May

More Than Half of the World Breathes Toxic Air, Researchers Say
Despite making progress addressing some of the world’s environmental issues, other problems such as toxic air have worsened considerably, as shown in a global scorecard created by ...

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Fri

27 May

Post-Christmas `fatbergs` wreaking havoc in UK
It`s an unpleasant and unwanted side-effect from Christmas dinners. Some people scrape plates into the sink without a second thought, but all that Christmas waste is turning into quite ...

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Fri

27 May

This is what happens to hot tea at -36C
When temperatures are below freezing, life can be quite miserable - but it can also be quite beautiful. Canadian photographer Michael Davies captured this image at the Pangnirtung Airport ...

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Fri

27 May

U.S. Government to Cull Hundreds of Yellowstone Bison This Winter
As many as 900 wild bison at Yellowstone National Park will be killed or removed this winter as government agencies continue working to reduce the effects of their annual migration into ...

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Fri

27 May

Turbulence on Air Canada flight from China injures 21
A Canada-bound airliner was forced to make an emergency landing after severe turbulence injured 21 passengers, including three children, officials said.The Air Canada flight from Shanghai ...

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Fri

27 May

Frozen Chinese Waterfalls Are Winter Wonderland
China’s Taihang Mountain region is a traveller’s paradise, full of lush foliage, sheer cliffs and gorgeous waterfalls.But when temperatures drop in the winter, those same ...

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Fri

27 May

Warm Winter Means Plenty of Adorable Fat Squirrels
While most of us are trying out healthier eating habits as New Year`s resolutions, one common critter is showing no signs of slowing.It`s been a really great winter for squirrels so far. ...

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Fri

27 May

California Rain Shuts Down Highways; Flagstaff Schools Canceled By Snow
A series of storm systems impacting the West Coast has closed and flooded highways in California and iced over parts of Oregon and Washington, where a plane skidded off a runway in ...

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Fri

27 May

Periodic Table`s Four New Elements Help Complete the Seventh Row
  For the first time since 2011, the periodic table will once again have to be changed in textbooks and classrooms alike.     Four new elements, discovered by ...

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Fri

27 May

Bird Migration, Rain Creating Nightmare for Rome Motorists
Migrating starlings are creating headaches for motorists in Rome, as their droppings are forcing local officials to close roadways.Heavy rains coincided with the birds`s arrival, helping ...

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Fri

27 May

Mississippi River Flooding Pushes Downstream; Midwest Begins Cleanup
  //   Residents in Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana are on alert as historic winter flooding pushes downstream on the Mississippi River, while those in the Midwest are ...

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Fri

27 May

This Shark Can Glow in the Dark and Has an Even Cooler Name
It`s sleek and stealthy, wearing all black except for its glow-in-the-dark accents. This shark is cool enough as it is, but scientists have bumped this newly discovered species up to ...

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Fri

27 May

20 Killed By Historic Flooding After Winter Storm Goliath
  //   It`s a slow-motion disaster that`s only expected to get worse.Floodwaters are rising all over Missouri, southern Illinois, eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas, pushing ...

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Fri

27 May

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Recorded Near Oklahoma City
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Fri

27 May

150,000 evacuated in South America floods
Days of unrelenting rain have caused at least 10 deaths and led to the evacuations of at least 150,000 people in Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil in what officials are calling the ...

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Fri

27 May

Death Toll Climbs to 14 After Tornado Outbreak; Heavy Rain Causes Flooding, Mudslides and Road Closures Across the South
  // Tornadoes and severe storms slammed parts of the South and Midwest on Wednesday leaving at least 14 dead—including a 7-year-old boy in Mississippi—injuring at ...

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Fri

27 May

Giant Comets May Be Biggest Celestial Threat to Earth, New Study Finds
Giant comets known as centaurs may pose a greater danger to Earth than asteroids, according to a newly-released study in the journal of the Royal Astronomical Society.   "In the ...

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Fri

27 May

Rescued Seal Wreaks Havoc in Good Samaritan’s Car
A man from the Shetland Islands — who had just made a dramatic rescue of a beached female gray seal pup — learned a hard lesson about wild animals.John Mancrieff saved the sea ...

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Fri

27 May

Another Creepy Sea Serpent Washes Ashore in Southern California, and El Niño May Be to Blame
A venomous sea snake has washed onto a California beach for the second time in two months, and experts believe this odd occurrence could be due to El Niño.This time, the rare ...

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Fri

27 May

Mosquitoes Boom During Warm, Wet Fall Season in Louisiana
Each summer, Louisiana – like much of the South – endures month after month of searing heat and uncomfortable humidity with the hope that, eventually, cooler temperatures will ...

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Fri

27 May

Florida`s `Tire Reef` Has Turned Into an Environmental Disaster
  //   It was once believed to be a life-saver for the environment, but now, everyone just wants it to go away.The artificial reef made of 700,000 old tires that was "built" ...

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Fri

27 May

Pacific Northwest Endangered Killer Whale Boom Continues with Birth of Baby Orca
Pacific Northwest whale researchers are elated over the recent boom in the area`s orca population, as another baby has been spotted in Puget Sound among the endangered group.They`ve ...

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Fri

27 May

Southwest Airlines Plane Skids Off Runway at Nashville International Airport
A Southwest Airlines jet reportedly ran off the runway at Nashville International Airport Tuesday night.According to WKRN, the incident involved a 737 and occurred around 5:40 p.m. Photos ...

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Fri

27 May

Sea Lions Getting Brain Damage from Climate-Fueled Toxic Algae
A new study is providing a window into how our warming oceans are putting marine mammals at risk.Toxic algal blooms, which have grown to record levels in the Pacific Ocean, are causing ...

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Fri

27 May

How Scientists Hope to Resurrect an Extinct Galápagos Tortoise Species
When Lonesome George drew his last breath on June 24, 2012, it signaled the end of a species. The Pinta Island tortoise was officially extinct, despite efforts to revive the creatures.But ...

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