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Satellite image of 2017's Hurricane Jose off the U.S. Atlantic coast and Hurricane Maria over Atlantic waters to the southeast of Jose. May 21, 2018
Hurricanes: Stronger, slower, wetter in the future?
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two hares on a forest floor Twenty-one species adapted to disappear in the snow. Then, the snow disappeared
Speciesí plight offers new clues about how evolution could factor into better conservation efforts
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