South America's prehistoric terror birds
19 Aug, 2010 12:00 am
Scientists have used CT scans and computer modeling to reconstruct the feeding behavior of one of 18 known species of terror bird, Andalgalornis steulleti, which lived in northwest Argentina until about six million years ago.
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Hinduism contains numerous references to the worship of the divine in nature, and millions of Hindus recite Sanskrit mantras daily to revere rivers, mountains, trees, animals and the earth.
Dennis Takahashi-Kelso: From Exxon-Valdez to Deepwater Horizon: Have We Learned Enough to Expand Arctic Drilling?
It is vital that the administration and Congress follow the Commission's recommendations to help ensure we never see an oil disaster play out in vulnerable Arctic waters.
The United Nations has warned that up to 3.5 million children were at risk from water-borne diseases in Pakistan's floods and said it was bracing for thousands of potential cholera cases.
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If preliminary results hold true, they would add weight to warnings that the heavily dispersed oil in the gulf remains a persistent threat to sea life.
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Russia's conflagration is a graphic demonstration of the consequences of the dependency on fossil fuels and poor forest management.