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A research station off Antarctica's northern tip just reported a new record-high temperature of 69.35 degrees Fahrenheit (20.75 degrees Celsius).
Officials are seeing a new spike in flu activity as a second strain of flu hits on the heels of the first.
Why did these male turtles have horned shells? Likely to protect their heads during fierce combat, a study finds.
The epic photo 'station squabble,' which shows two mice grappling over a scrap of food, has won the people's choice award for London's Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Over decades, a brazen thief stole hundreds of eggs from rare and endangered falcons' nests around the world, to sell to private collectors.
Wild falcons are highly prized by private collectors, who pay tens of thousands of dollars for the rare birds.
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