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Photo showing branches of lodgepole pine weighed down by a heavy snowfall.   Image A heavy snowfall weighs down the branches of a lodgepole pine in Colorado's Rocky Mountains.
Updated April 30, 2010
Photo showing industrial pollution.   Image NCAR's scientists are tracing the complex chain of events linking emissions and airborne pollutants.
Updated April 30, 2010
Maasai tribe in Kenya. Example of a large group with maintained cooperation.   Image Maasai tribe in Kenya. An example of a large group with maintained cooperation.
Updated April 30, 2010
The researchers' findings appear in the April 30, 2010, issue of the journal Science.   Image The researchers' findings appear in the April 30, 2010, issue of the journal Science.
Updated April 30, 2010
Maasai morans tribesman in Kenya. Example of a large group with maintained cooperation.   Image Maasai morans tribesman in Kenya. An example of a large group with maintained cooperation.
Updated April 30, 2010
The research results appear in the April 30, 2010, issue of the journal Science.   Image The research results appear in the April 30, 2010, issue of the journal Science.
Updated April 29, 2010
Aphids   Image Aphids are, so far, the only animal known to produce essential pigments known as carotenoids.
Updated April 29, 2010
An aphid and fungus are linked by a DNA strand. This DNA is responsible for producing carotenoids.   Image An aphid and fungus are linked by a DNA strand. This DNA is responsible for producing carotenoids.
Updated April 29, 2010
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