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Dinosaur May Have Used Venom To Kill Prey

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Of Fish And Flies: The Evolutionary Role Of Genes

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Newly Discovered Planet Could Be A Watery World

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Mystery Volcano May Have Triggered Mini Ice Age

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A lobster raised for 60 days at normal levels of CO2 exposure (left), and one raised at seven times that level. Courtesy Justin Ries hide caption

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