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  1. Evolution, why us?
  2. Prehistoric reptile skin secrets
  3. Why Do Animals Sleep?
  4. Africa rhinos face 'worst
  5. Botanic gardens 'play role in
  6. Fearsome Fangs, for a Plant-Eater
  7. In a Brazilian Town, a Rogue Gene and a Boom in Twins
  8. UK's oil beetle search under way
  9. A Bone’s Telltale Shape Eases Weight Estimates
  10. Psychology: What Is The Self?
  11. Three Biological Parents
  12. Migrating Sea Turtles Pick Up More Pollution
  13. Fallow deer butt-in for dominance
  14. Early birds catch bees not worms
  15. Hippo, Warts and Other Thugs of
  16. Neglected' current could keep Europe warm
  17. Satellite Images Expand Ranks
  18. Bonobos 'chat' about good foods
  19. Boom and bust signals ecosystem collapse
  20. Hearts Beat as One in a Daring Ritual
  21. Forget Straws: Hummingbirds Sip With Forks
  22. Three Ways to Count Whales
  23. Extinct Australian thylacine hunted like a big cat
  24. Mass culling for foot-and-mouth
  25. Chimpanzees' 66 gestures revealed
  26. Bay Water Levels Are Expected to Rise
  27. Return of the Frigate Bird
  28. Climate e-mail reviews 'leave science
  29. Shooting swans - a modern tale Comments (2)
  30. Shale gas drilling 'contaminates
  31. Renewables can fuel society, say world climate advisers
  32. Featherweight Relative of the T. Rex Is Found
  33. Chick sex swayed by farm grazing
  34. Ship sails in search of sustainable tuna
  35. Goats recognise their kids' voices
  36. Rising resource use threatens future
  37. British Parakeet Boom Is a Mystery, and a Mess
  38. Gracious Guests, Ants Pick Their Host Trees Out of a
  39. Control Desk for the Neural Switchboard
  40. A Lizard That Builds With the Family in Mind
  41. Under the Ice, Sounds of Spring
  42. Extinction rates 'overestimated', says
  43. In Polar Bear Territory
  44. Fight to halt toxic caterpillars
  45. Sat nav-style technology used to track UK seabirds
  46. Seagrasses face extinction threat
  47. Spiders protect webs with decorations
  48. Bacteria-rich hailstones add to 'bioprecipitation' idea
  49. Cats and dogs use same technique to lap up liquid
  50. Giant water bug photographed devouring baby turtle
  51. So Much More Than Plasma and Poison
  52. Gold Mine Treasure: A New Worm
  53. E. coli: Are the bacteria friend or foe?
  54. Funding crisis' in brain research
  55. Observatory Tracing of Rice Genomes Reveals Cross-Breeding
  56. Scientists to sequence thousands of insect genomes
  57. Gyrfalcons are 'secret seabirds'
  58. Human eye protein senses Earth's magnetism
  59. Pigeons 'home in on friendly
  60. A smart way to save wildlife
  61. Humidity?
  62. Afghan wildlife shows “incredible resilience” amid war
  63. Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business
  64. Horse chestnut collections rewrite leaf miner spread
  65. Conkers on horse chestnut trees threatened by moth pest
  66. Naked mole rat's genome 'blueprint' revealed
  67. 'Giant wombat' skeleton found in Australia's Queensland
  68. Worms' sex life yields advantage over parasites
  69. Dorset pliosaur: ‘Most fearsome predator’ unveiled
  70. Scientists in Scotland decode potato genome
  71. Horse genome unlocked by science
  72. Stem cell hope for heart patients
  73. Unique pig-nosed turtle is over-harvested in New Guinea
  74. Stem Cell Research in Qatar
  75. Internet Use Affects Memory, Study Finds
  76. Fossil 'is first pregnant lizard'
  77. Human-Animal Mutant Science Regulations Proposed
  78. Scientists grow tooth in mouse kidney
  79. AI made from DNA
  80. Feathers fly in first bird debate
  81. Dark winters 'led to bigger human brains and eyeballs'
  82. Fossil finds extend human story
  83. Peking Man' older than thought
  84. Bateson report: Monkey research
  85. Giant fungus discovered in China
  86. Dyslexia makes voices hard to discern, study finds
  87. Evolution theory contradicts the Quran and Hadiths
  88. Scientists find 'no fingerprint' gene mutation
  89. Bear chemical brings heart hope
  90. New theories over methane puzzle
  91. Rare ladybird spiders released in Dorset
  92. Super' mouse evolves resistance to most poisons
  93. Giant fossil shows huge birds lived among dinosaurs
  94. Gibbons' extraordinary jumps 'down to technique'
  95. Share this pa Fossil 'suggests plesiosaurs did not lay eggs'
  96. Small squid produce bigger sperm
  97. Addiction now defined as brain disorder, not behavior issue [Aug. 15, 2011]
  98. Cancer discovery offers hope of
  99. Modified ecstasy 'attacks
  100. Map tracks Antarctica on the move
  101. Artificial Skin Made From Spider Silk
  102. Newly sequenced DNA - how the
  103. The Scientific Adam
  104. The Ridiculousness of People who deny Evolution
  105. Insects use antibacterial
  106. New Monkey & Bird Species Found
  107. Subterranean Amazon river 'is not a river'
  108. The Brain-Eating Amoeba
  109. Healthy Thames 'key for return of salmon'
  110. Bed bugs protect their sperm from bacteria
  111. Premature baby brains can't tell pain from touch
  112. Survey : human remains findings (1,9 Mil old) contradicts Evolution theories
  113. Transparent Mouse Brains Created - May Aid Medical Scans
  114. Magnets Make it Impossible to Lie & Change Morality
  115. Special Gene in Virus Responsible for Liquifying Caterpillars
  116. No substitute' for virgin forest
  117. Dinosaur feather evolution
  118. Skull points to a more complex human evolution in Africa
  119. How can birds teach each other to talk?
  120. Italian sparrow joins family as a new species
  121. Fish shrinkage probed in lab
  122. Bushfires Result in Rare Plant Growth
  123. Human Epigenome to be Mapped
  124. Human 'cloning' makes embryonic stem cells
  125. Weevils tackle invasive water
  126. Female flies' immune genes
  127. Brain 'rejects negative thoughts'
  128. Ocean trawl reveals 'megavirus'
  129. Ancient 'paint factory' unearthed
  130. Go Figure: What bananas tell us about radiation
  131. DNA sequenced of woman who lived to 115
  132. FBI’s DNA database upgrade plans come under fire
  133. 'Criminal' penguin caught on film
  134. European court ruling 'threatens stem cell work'
  135. Internet 'may be changing brains'
  136. Global warming 'confirmed' by
  137. From their own words : Living fossils contradicts Evolutiontheory once again
  138. Oiled pelicans photo takes top prize
  139. Bat killer cause confirmed as
  140. How woodpeckers avoid head injury
  141. Bronze Age hoard found in Manorbier, Pembrokeshire
  142. Fossil feast for 'zombie worms'
  143. GM mosquitoes show fever promise
  144. Clever Eurasian jays plan for the future
  145. Teeth and jaw are from 'earliest Europeans'
  146. Tiny but toothy mammal unearthed
  147. Ancient horses' spotted history
  148. Plant pests: The biggest threats to food security?
  149. Amazon fire season 'linked to ocean temperature'
  150. Nature's hidden prime number code
  151. The Collapse of the Theory of Evolution in 20 Questions
  152. Human ancestor' replicas arrive in London
  153. Beluga body scrub session filmed
  154. This is the Truth - Newly Discovered Scientific Facts Revealed in Qur'an and AHadith
  155. Botanists discover 'remarkable' night-flowering orchid
  156. How animals predict earthquakes
  157. The Mekong flows through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
  158. Empire Of The Desert Ants
  159. Natural World - Clever Monkeys (Part 1/6)
  160. Dilemmas
  161. Newly found planets are 'roasted remains'
  162. Elephant's sixth 'toe' discovere
  163. Taking the pulse of Ngozumpa
  164. Chimpanzees consider their audience when communicating
  165. GM silk worms make Spider-Man web closer to reality
  166. 'The Hoff' crab is new ocean find
  167. Climate changing outlook for harp seals
  168. First 'mixed embryo' monkeys born
  169. World's smallest frog discovered
  170. La Nina 'may abet' flu pandemics
  171. Boa constrictor snakes sense prey's fading heartbeat
  172. Male bowerbirds 'benefit from optical illusions'
  173. Indian populations have more genetic diversity than other Eurasian populations