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An exotic plant has produced male and female cones outdoors in Britain for what is believed to be the first time in 60m years. Botanists say the event is a sign of global heating. Two cycads (Cycas revoluta),
In the harsh deserts of northern Kenya, prides don’t make sense. So lions have figured out another way to survive. They named her Magilani—“the clever one”—because she had to be smart to live alone here,
(CNN) — Frogs are slimy, noisy and often colorful. But what about freakishly strong, helicopter parents? New research shows that Goliath frogs -- the world's largest frog species, found in Cameroon and
The existence of life on Earth is, as far as science knows so far, a completely unique phenomena throughout the universe. How the planet became a breeding ground for a life is a question that scientists