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Today: June 14, 2024

African elephants call each other by unique names, new study shows

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June 10, 2024

WASHINGTON (AP) — African elephants call each other and respond to individual names — something that few wild animals do, according to new research published Monday.

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Canadian-led team finds ship that polar explorer Shackleton died on

A team of divers in Atlantic Canada has found the Quest, the ship on which renowned polar explorer Ernest Shackleton died in 1922, the Royal Canadian Geographical Society said on

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Study details huge emissions resulting from Russia's invasion of Ukraine

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has directly caused or paved the way to the emission of 175 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere, a joint report said

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More US bird flu spread would heighten human infection risk, officials say

Further spread of bird flu among U.S. dairy herds presents additional opportunities for human infections, federal officials said on Thursday while

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Lynn Conway, microchip pioneer who overcame transgender discrimination, dies at 86

A pioneer in the design of the microchips that make modern consumer electronics possible has died

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NASA's Voyager 1, the most distant spacecraft from Earth, is doing science again after problem

NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft is sending science data again

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How do cicadas make their signature sound, so eerie and amazingly loud?

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Illinois is hit with cicada chaos. This is what it's like to see, hear and feel billions of bugs

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Japan could be energy-independent by 2060 thanks to renewables, Rystad Energy CEO says

Japan could be energy-independent by 2060 thanks to renewables, Rystad Energy CEO says