Indonesia building “Jurassic Park”

People have started to call a new Indonesian tourism project “Jurassic Park” after a shocking photo of it went viral ...

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Scientists say danger to Earth is higher than originally thought

NASA scientists have announced that the chance of an asteroid hitting Earth is higher than their original estimate. Bennu is ...

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Trillions of loud insects appear in the US

Trillions  of cicadas have appeared in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and other areas of the US. Cicada season is ...

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Bill Gates says no beef for rich countries

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates recently suggested that rich countries should eat only synthetic or plant-based meat. Synthetic meat is grown ...

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Philadelphia turns off lights to save birds

The city of Philadelphia – commonly known as Philly – has started a new program to help stop migrating birds ...

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Man pays $10,000 to complain about internet speed

A California man paid $10,000 for ad space in the Wall Street Journal to complain about his internet company’s service. ...

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US worried about increasing number of foreign insect species

A species of worm called jumping snake worms is invading US forests. The worms are originally from Asia, but scientists ...

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Scientists make amazing underwater discovery

A team of Australian scientists has discovered a coral reef that is taller than the Empire State Building. The newly ...

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Cats may be smarter than you think

According to a new study, cats may be more intelligent than most people think. In the study, a Japanese cat ...

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Rare horse cloned at California zoo

San Diego Zoo Global has successfully cloned a Przewalski’s [shuh-VAHL-skeez] horse, an endangered type of wild horse. The animal was ...

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Air pollution can cause early death

According to a new study, air pollution is the biggest threat to human health. Scientists used the Air Quality Life ...

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Supermarket chain helps British zoo

Iceland Foods, a British supermarket chain, adopted all of the Humboldt penguins at Chester Zoo. The supermarket is known for ...

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For many people, local food difficult to find, study says

A new study discovered that less than one-third of the world’s population is able to get food from local sources. ...

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Scientists can now grow and eat fresh lettuce in space

In 2014, NASA astronauts started growing plants on the International Space Station (ISS). The astronauts used a special space garden ...

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Athletes have better hearing, new study shows

Researchers from Northwestern University analyzed the brain activity of about 1,000 male and female athletes and non-athletes. While the study ...

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New invention may give humans night vision

A team of scientists created special particles that may help people see better in the dark. The particles help the ...

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Study shows increase in numbers of green sea turtles

According to a recent study, the population of green sea turtles in the Pacific is increasing. From 2002 to 2015, ...

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Planting trees can stop rising temperatures, study says

A new study found that planting trees is the most effective way to stop climate change. Researchers used images from ...

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U.K. will restart paying families and businesses for electricity

The U.K. has a new plan to pay homes for their green energy. The plan is called the Smart Export ...

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Lonely frog finally finds partner

Romeo was called the loneliest frog in the world. He lived alone in an aquarium for 10 years. Romeo is ...

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