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Extinction may not be forever. With recent technological advances, it may eventually be possible to bring species back from the dead. Within our lifetime, we could see woolly mammoths roaming the Arctic tundra. Last week, a team of scientists made … Continue reading
Gray-headed albatrosses make journeys of up to 7,767 miles at a rate of 590 miles per day. Source: Croxall et al. (2005) Science 307: 249-250
Monarch butterflies use the sun to navigate on their long seasonal migrations. Know what body part they use to sense the sun’s location in the sky?