Top Kill Fails; Oil Continues To Gush
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Nesting With A Naturalist
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Bird Conservationist Weighs In On Oil Spill
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Far From Spill, Some Sea Otters Have BP To Thank
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The Gulf's blue waters are streaked with reddish tendrils of oil. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Drilling Advocate Frustrated By Handling Of Oil Spill
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Red-Eyed Treefrogs Rumble In The Jungle
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Manmade Genome Controls A Cell
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Vietnamese Shrimpers May Lose Way Of Life Again
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Is The Planet Facing A Mass Extinction?
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Madagascar is a hot spot of extinctions, and members of the Chamaeleonidae family are currently going extinct. Ignacio De la Riva hide caption

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Lizard Starvation, Extinction Tied To Climate Change
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Official: Gulf Spill Can't Be Compared To Katrina
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BP's Dome Clogs While Oil Gushes Into Gulf
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Woolly mammoths originated in Africa millions of years ago, and as the ice age set in, they migrated north, developing furry coats, smaller ears and smaller tails to conserve heat. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Researchers Resurrect Blood Of Woolly Mammoth
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Bracing For Disaster In The Gulf Ecosystem
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