Fifty-one experts are calling on the Ontario minister of natural resources and forestry to provide a scientific explanation for a province-wide hunt on double-crested cormorants that is slated to begin within two weeks.
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E-commerce giants Amazon and eBay continue to sell thousands of items promoting QAnon, even as social media companies crack down on the dangerous conspiracy theory that the FBI has called a “domestic terror threat.”
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Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s neuroscience startup Neuralink has unveiled a pig named Gertrude that has had a coin-sized computer chip in its brain for two months, showing off an early step toward the goal of curing human diseases with the same type of implant.
When the bones of the early armored dinosaur Scelidosaurus were unearthed in 1858 in west Dorset, England, they comprised the first complete dinosaur skeleton ever identified. Now, the first thorough evaluation of its fossils is finally giving Scelidosaurus its due.
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Natural Resources Canada researchers found that many communities are surrounded by older, more flammable forests, and are therefore more susceptible to wildfires. They say fire suppression policies may be to blame.
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A family of black bears that was generating hourly calls to the conservation officer service in Fort St. John, B.C., has been tranquilized and relocated, wildlife officials say.
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A curious black bear wandering through an open lobby door into the Four Seasons Resort in Whistler was caught on a hotel security camera on July 13.
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Parents and First Nations schools are turning to education options like medicine picking and getting out on the land as outdoor options for schooling amid COVID-19.
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