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Dinosaurs in the Wild: An Inside View - Scientific American (blog)


Scientific American (blog)
Right now, you can travel back in time 67 million years and see live dinosaurs, pterosaurs and mosasaurs. All you have to do – it's easiest if you live in southern England, sorry everyone else – is travel to the Greenwich Peninsula, London, and visit ...

Kangaroo Mobs Invade Australian Streets and Neighborhoods As Droughts Create Food Shortages - Newsweek


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Kangaroos in Australia are flocking to metro-suburban areas in a bid to find more food. In Canberra (Australia's capital city), residents have been taking photos of kangaroos feeding in backyards, on sporting ovals and anywhere else they can find food.
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Allergy clinic finds large percentage of anaphylaxis cases were from tick bite meat allergy - MD Linx (press release)


MD Linx (press release)
A new study in Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the scientific publication of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) showed that at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, alpha-gal ( a complex sugar found in ...
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