Friday, February 27, 2009

Sumatran Tiger Killings and More for Friday, February 27, 2009

Tigers Get A Stimulus Plan

Fourth Sumatran tiger killed in Indonesia: official;_ylt=AqCAYOpUuQrOAQTbxXDxJtkPLBIF

Panthera tigris sumatrae

Lost skiers fought off wolves to stay alive: brother

Wolves (and dogs) are in-your-face poopers

Canis lupus

Canis lupus familiaris

RSPCA hits out at circuses for using elephants;_ylt=Ak2m8EMU6D9eNpc7yxFvPIsPLBIF

Baby giraffe nursed with cow's milk at Mass. zoo;_ylt=AocwiaIwTcAqGitoPmg9A43tiBIF

Giraffa camelopardalis

'Nestcams' to protect rare goshawks

Accipiter gentilis

Birds' Movements Reveal Climate Change

Heat Could Be Stifling Turtles’ Swimming Abilities In Australia

Fishy Mystery: Tubular Eyes, Transparent Head

Octopus pulls plug, floods aquarium


Study Predicts When Invasive Species Can Travel More Readily On Airplanes

Undersea bombs threatening marine life

'Bog oaks' reveal ancient forest

Protecting Wine Grapes From Heat And Drought With Particle Film


Obama calls for generic biotech drugs;_ylt=AnrcWvqhiDeLBw5UAuPkAKqs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTFkNjE1dG8wBHBvcwMxNDEEc2VjA2FjY29yZGlvbl9oZWFsdGgEc2xrA29iYW1hY2FsbHNmbw--

Health Canada asks for quarantine of drugs from Indian plant

Paonta Sahib

Immune Molecule That Attacks Wide Range Of Flu Viruses Discovered

New drugs needed to fight flu pandemic

Experimental Vaccine Protects Animals From Deadly Ebola Virus; May Prove Effective In Developing The First Human Vaccine

Secrets Of C. Difficile's Protective Shell Revealed, Paving The Way For New Superbug Drugs And Vaccines

Alzheimer's plaques 'big impact'

Just Eat Less! Heart-healthy, Low-cal Diets Promote Weight Loss Regardless Of Fat, Protein And Carb Content

SCAN: Delivering Bone Disorder Diagnosis, Fracture Healing

Unhealthy Lifestyle More Than Doubles Stroke Risk

Hormone Linked To High Blood Pressure And Blood Vessel Disease In African-Americans

Brain Mechanism Recruited To Reduce Noise During Challenging Tasks

Exploring New Pathways To Language

Trust Your Heart: Emotions May Be More Reliable When Making Choices

If Something Is Difficult, Most People Believe It Must Be Important To Achieving Goals

Mental Fatigue Can Affect Physical Endurance

'Switch Off, Light On': Molecular Biologist Discovers New Control Mechanism In Cell Signaling

Stem cell research supporters offer Senate bill

Electronic Cigarettes: Are They Safe?

Self-digestion As A Means Of Survival

Environmental Footprint Of Information Technology Much Higher Than Expected, Researcher Finds

CO2 Drop, Global Cooling Made Antarctic Glacier

Threats To Biodiversity Rise In World’s Mediterranean-Climate Regions

Earliest 'human footprints' found

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