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Britney Spears Says Her 20s Were "Horrible"

But she's liking her 30s.<p>Britney Spears was made to be in her 30s.<p>A lot of her 20s might have seemed glamorous—traveling the world, dominating the pop charts—but, according to ET Online, Spears says she wasn't a fan of that decade in her life.<p>"I like my 30s way more than my 20s," she told Britain's …

World’s Smallest Porpoise Teetering On The Brink Of Extinction; Only 60 Left In The Wild

You’ve probably never had the pleasure of seeing a vaquita in the wild. And unless action is immediately taken to protect this rare porpoise, you never will.<p>The vaquita is the most endangered marine mammal on Earth, and according to a panel of scientists that’s been tracking the animal’s dwindling …

Baby Bison Euthanized After Tourists Put It In Their Car

Its mother rejected it because it smelled of human<p>The bison is our new national mammal, but that lofty designation doesn't save the species from the resounding stupidity of humans.<p>Last week, tourists at Yellowstone National Park saw a bison calf in the park. They got worried about it being alone, …

How cameras in the wild have transformed what we know about animals

Some of the most basic questions in wildlife research for a long time were surprisingly hard to answer. Where do wild animals live, if they still live at all? How many are there? What do they eat?<p>In the past 15 years the answers have gotten a lot more accessible, thanks in large part to digital …

Wildlife

The Week in Review: Global Sea Levels Could ‘More Than Double’

An “unstoppable ice collapse” in the Antarctic could cause sea levels to rise at an extreme rate by the end of the century, according to new research released this week. The study, published in the Journal Nature on Wednesday, suggests major coastal cities including New York, London and Sydney …

Japan continues to kill whales in total disregard of world views

Amid worldwide criticism and against the International Whaling Commission's rejection of Japan's latest "scientific" plan to resume hunting whales in …

Cognitive Science

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