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Mattawan waits to hear what's next in $800M buyout of MPI Research - noted that Charles River has said the acquisition will expand its testing services in toxicology, including ophthalmology, juvenile toxicity, molecular biology and medical device testing. Charles River's stated that MPI's 1 million ...

Laos remakes itself as an adventure center, an evolution that serves the country and its visitors well - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times
Khone Phapheng in southern Laos is the largest waterfall in Southeast Asia. It is 70 feet high and the confluence of six miles of rapids. (John Henderson / John Henderson). 1 / 11. Vangviang hugs the Nam Song River in front of craggy mountains that ...

Winter Ecology Hike at Lacawac - The River Reporter

The River Reporter
LAKE ARIEL, PA — How do plants and animals survive the cold? Take a short hike and breathe in the crisp winter air while finding signs of life in winter at the Lacawac Sanctuary, 94 Sanctuary Rd., on Saturday, February 24 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The ...

River of Venom

Bethesda - United States

Science mystery set in the Amazon rainforest. Test your scientific sleuthing skills.

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A community page for venomous reptiles with species listings, photograph gallery, forums and a blog.

Venom Cure, The
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NATURE looks at how scientists are finding impressive new possibilities for deadly venoms -- new drugs, new cures, new ways to save lives.

Wikipedia: Venom
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Encyclopedic article about the poison venom -- used by spiders, snakes, scorpions, and other animals.

Venom: Striking Beauties
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Introduction to the world's venomous animals from the California Academy of Sciences.

NATURE: Victims of Venom
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Learn about venomous snakes and sea creatures that use poison as a survival tactic.


Article about a discovery, made by a University of Melbourne-led team, that goannas and iguanas are venomous and share a common ancestor with snakes.

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Covers a wide variety of venomous animals, both terrestrial and marine.

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Promotes a variation on the aquatic ape theory that suggests humans evolved from two hominids that were adapted to a water-side habitat.

Little River Zoo
United States

Norman. Listing of hours, rates and related information.

River Stingrays

Learn about the characteristics and biology of the family Potamotrygonidae, the freshwater rays of South America.