Biology News
Search continues for cause of Erie woman's death - GoErie.com


GoErie.com
Toxicology testing came back negative on Carrie Young, whose body was found in late January weeks after she was reported missing. The Erie County Coroner's Office is continuing to search for the cause of death for an Erie woman whose frozen body was ...

First Video of Baby Dumbo Octopus Shows They're Fully Formed From Birth - Smithsonian


Smithsonian
According to a popular Disney princess, “flipping your fins, you don't get too far”–unless, of course, you happen to be a Dumbo octopus. Thanks to their giant fins, these marine creatures bear a striking resemblance to the floppy-eared Disney elephant ...
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EurekAlert (press release)

Colombia's legendary forests and a few mythical creatures - The City Paper Bogota


The City Paper Bogota
Forests can be intimidating, and literature has only reinforced the belief that behind every tree, a big bad wolf lurks. From Walt Disney to Tolkien, and the fairy tales of childhood, especially those of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, forests are depicted as ...

Was Walt Disney Frozen?

Schenectady - United States

The truth (no, he wasn't) with the legends behind the myth.

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Frozen Evolution
Czech Republic

Information on a book by Professor Jaroslav Flegr describing a variation on the theory of evolution, the frozen plasticity theory.

Frozen Dead Guy Days
United States

The official site of a winter festival held annually in march in the mountain town of Nederland, Colorado. A bit weird, since the Nederlands city government actively worked to oust Bredo Morstoel (the "frozen dead guy") from their town several years ago. But there he still sits, now the frozen centerpiece of a festival.

United States

An article from "Technical Highlights" in the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Review (Vol. 26, No. 1). Reports the research of Peter Mazur and others from 1992.

United Kingdom

Mouse sperm and embryo cryopreservation research and services. One of the largest research archives in the world. Part of the Mammalian Genetics Unit, Harwell UK