Climate Change Wiping out Female Reptiles

No, its not a battle of the sexes, but instead a reaction of reptiles to warmer climes.  The sex of most reptiles is determined in the nest.  You see, temperatures vary depending on when an egg is laid and what position it takes up in the nest.  Those that stay...

A New Beak for Beauty

Beauty, a bald eagle that has lived without an upper beak for three years, is once again able to grab food. She was found in 2005 struggling to eat, drink water, and preen. Since her rescue, volunters at different rescue centers around the country have hand fed...
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