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A single injection of a new contraceptive has proven effective at birth control in mice.
A jewel-like snake, a walking fish and a sneezing monkey are just three of the over 200 new species that have been discovered in the Eastern Himalayas.
Some 48-million-years ago, a horse was about to give birth, but the tragedy that followed has been frozen in time.
Virginia's Metro Richmond Zoo has told an amazing story about a cheetah named Kumbali and his best friend and 'brother,' a lab mix named Kago.
After years of trying, 10-year-old Ying Ying began to show signs of pregnancy in July and was due to give birth this week.
Around a third of wild Australian marsupials have active infections.
Once a ghostly disaster zone, the area is beginning to resemble a nature preserve, researchers find.
We have spiders to thank (or not to thank) for knees, with the consolation that spiders have 48 knees while we only have two.
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