Namibia offers endangered rhino for trophy hunt

The Namibian government on Friday called for bids from trophy hunters to kill three endangered black rhinos, despite fierce global criticism over previous auctions.

New space savers: Small satellites

Suddenly, everyone from the U.S. government, commercial satellite companies, universities and even high school students needs to have a small satellite.

Team makes breakthrough toward fish-free aquaculture feed

Dartmouth College scientists have discovered that marine microalgae can completely replace the wild fish oil currently used to feed tilapia, the second most farmed fish in the world and the most widely farmed in the United ...

Seine up to highest level in 35 years, Paris landmarks shut

The swollen Seine River kept rising Friday, spilling into Paris streets and forcing one landmark after another to shut down as it surged to its highest levels in nearly 35 years. Across the city, museums, parks and cemeteries ...

Crowds of crows spread C. jejuni: Are humans vulnerable?

Crows are smart, highly social animals that congregate in flocks of tens of thousands. Such large, highly concentrated populations can easily spread disease—not only amongst their own species, but quite possibly to humans, ...

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