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During a routine shark survey in the northern Gulf of Mexico in 2010, ecologist Marcus Drymon caught a small tiger shark. At first glance, there
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(Natural News) Dr. Eoin Lenihan, who studies Curriculum Development, International Education and Online Extremism, and authored
(Natural News) Even though much of the country has been recently freezing due to abnormally cold temperatures for this time of year, Bill Nye,
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Bill Nye is mentally ill suffering from a chronic case of "climate anxiety"