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Marine Mammals Along California Coast Rescued in Record Numbers
As a leader in rescue and rehabilitation work, Shedd Aquarium has established partnerships with rescue organizations all over the country to respond to animals in need. This week, we are sharing a guest blog post from our partner – The Marine Mammal Center, the world’s largest rescue and rehabilitation hospital for sick, injured and orphaned…
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Marine Mammals Along California Coast Rescued in Record Numbers
As a leader in rescue and rehabilitation work, Shedd Aquarium has established partnerships with rescue organizations all over the country to respond to animals in need. This week, we are sharing a guest blog post from our partner – The Marine Mammal Center, the world’s largest rescue and rehabilitation hospital for sick, injured and orphaned…
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Clone-O-Matic
I imagine it won’t come as a surprise to most of you when I reveal I am a fan of science fiction. I love the future in all its forms, dystopian, utopian, post-apocalyptic . . . and the future got a little … Continue reading →
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What’s Making Duck Sounds in the Ocean? Mystery Solved
It may sound quacky, but mysterious duck-like sounds in the oceans are made by whales, a new study says.
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What’s Making Duck Sounds in the Ocean? Mystery Solved
It may sound quacky, but mysterious duck-like sounds in the oceans are made by whales, a new study says.
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Why are some animals so ugly? We reveal why some animals are...
Why are some animals so ugly? We reveal why some animals are considered ugly! via Earth Unplugged TV. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EarthUnplugged Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/earthunplugged Google+: http://goo.gl/RKq6q
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Q&A: What Can Dog Brains Tell Us About Humans?
Canine researcher Ádám Miklósi of the Family Dog Project gets us into the head of the family pooch—and how that could help us learn about our own brains.
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Q&A: What Can Dog Brains Tell Us About Humans?
Canine researcher Ádám Miklósi of the Family Dog Project gets us into the head of the family pooch—and how that could help us learn about our own brains.

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