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The anhinga or ‘devil bird’ lands in New York, with more to come

Anhingas, water birds with snakelike necks, have turned up in Prospect Park in Brooklyn and far upstate, a sign of shifting ranges for birds from the South.
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Babesiosis, a tick-borne disease, is on the rise in the northeast, C.D.C. reports

Babesiosis, which can cause flulike symptoms, could be spreading because of rising temperatures and the growing deer population.
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New room-temperature superconductor discovered by scientists

The breakthrough could one day transform technologies that use electric energy, but it comes from a team facing doubts after a retracted paper on superconductors.
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The missing 24-limbed animals that could help rescue the ocean’s forest

The kelp forests off the West Coast are dying, and with their decline, an entire ecosystem of marine plants and animals is at risk. A large starfish with an appetite for sea urchins could come to the rescue.

Federal funds spur cleanup of lost oil wells

Pay and plug: Federal funds spur cleanup of lost oil wells

The National Park Service has started closing orphaned wells using money provided under legislation signed by President Biden.
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Genetically modified trees planted in U.S. forest for first time

Living Carbon, a biotechnology company, hopes its seedlings can help manage climate change. But wider use of its trees may be elusive.
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‘Polar vortex’ got you baffled? Try this extreme-weather guide

A handy explanation of some of the newer climatological verbiage.