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Necropsies unveil more about mass gray whale deaths

Hundreds of gray whales in the eastern Pacific Ocean have died since last year, and scientists are beginning to understand why.

The plight of the platypus
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The plight of the platypus

Habitat loss, predation by feral cats, and now wildfires wrought by climate change — how long can the world’s strangest mammal survive?
Gulf of St. Lawrence cod extinction 'highly probable,' says DFO
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Gulf of St. Lawrence cod extinction 'highly probable,' says DFO

The rapidly increasing grey seal population is eating adult cod at unsustainable levels, and a new Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) assessment predicts a 32 per cent drop in cod numbers over the next four years.
Bite or flight: How seaweed can shape feeding behavior in fish
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Bite or flight: How seaweed can shape feeding behavior in fish

Entire ecosystems are made possible by the living flora that define them; they provide shelter and hunting grounds for the animals which live in them. But what happens when the building blocks of these ecosystems are replaced or changed?

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