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Links 1 through 10 of 462 by Richard Carter tagged focdlink

Bone and vascular structures running along the neck prevent owls from choking themselves.

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A recent lecture by Prof Greg Radick questions our scientific inheritance, through textbook histories of genetics and Thomas Kuhn's legacy.

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The preferred site for a controversial electricity substation in Powys and the route for over 100 high voltage pylons will be unveiled later. Opponents say the substation and the pylons, to service wind farms, will disfigure the countryside.

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New research shows industrial and traffic noise in urban environments affects communication and makes chicks less likely to be fed.

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Charles Darwin’s search for his intellectual ancestors shows that scientific discovery mirrors the very process of evolution.

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Goshawks single out "odd-coloured" pigeons as prey in large flocks to enhance their chances of a successful hunt, a study has found.

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Humans hunted Australia's giant vertebrates to extinction about 40,000 years ago, the latest research published in Science has concluded.

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Neanderthals were already on the verge of extinction in Europe by the time modern humans arrived on the scene, a study suggests.

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Miniature tracking devices have revealed the epic 30,000km (18,640 miles) migration of the diminutive northern wheatear.

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