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09-30-2022
Another monkey virus could spill over to humans
Currently, there are thousands of viruses circulating among animals all over the world, most of them causing no symptoms. In recent decades, an increasing number of these viruses – such as the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV) in 2003, the Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome virus (MERS) in 2012, and SARS-CoV-2 in 2020 - have jumped over to humans, wreaking havoc on immunologically naïve human populations.  Now, a research team led by the University of Colorado Boulder has found that an obscure family of viruses already endemic...
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01-10-2017
What our Ice Age mammals can teach us about endangered species
According to a Yale University study published today, the ghosts...
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01-10-2017
Chimpanzees found to make their own drinking sticks
A population of chimpanzees on living on the Ivory Coast...
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01-10-2017
Earth news daily: January 10, 2017
Ready for some creepy crawly current events? The news for January...
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01-10-2017
Humpback whales genetic study will inform conservation
One of the largest genetic studies ever conducted on humpback...
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01-10-2017
Bat-friendly tequila is helping one endangered species recover
Tequila has gone to the bats. Thanks to companies’ focus...
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01-09-2017
Your world: top non-profit Instagram feeds dedicated to big cats
Here at Earth.com, we always like to highlight some of...
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01-09-2017
Suraj the elephant: a harrowing story of survival
Suraj the elephant spent many of his 45 years on...
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01-09-2017
Earth news daily: January 9, 2017
What’s going on in the world today? Plenty. In your daily...
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01-09-2017
New study looks at how ocean acidification affects sea snails
Marine biologists are taking a fresh look at the effects...
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01-09-2017
Arctic pollution is posing a new threat to vulnerable polar bears
As sea ice near the North Pole melts, polar bears...
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01-09-2017
Brazilian researchers compile data on more than 900 jellyfish types
A team of scientists from Brazil and five other South...
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