Sunday, May 31, 2009

Balaenoptera Song Identified and More for Sunday, May 31, 2009

Scientists Engineer Cellular Circuits That Count Events

Robots with fins, tails demonstrate evolution

Blue Whale Found Singing In New York Waters

Balaenoptera musculus

Balaenoptera musculus (IUCN Red List)

Balaenoptera musculus (EOL Link)
Dozens of whales beached, shot

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Tarsier monkeys face threat of extinction in Indonesia


Tarsius pelengensis (IUCN Red List)

Tarsius sangirensis (IUCN Red List)

One of the most elusive big cats, the jaguar, gives up some secrets

Panthera onca

Panthera onca (EOL Link)

Hippo pops up on BBC presenter


Fallow Deer Become Hoarse In The Hunt For A Mate


Neurological Disorder In Golden Retriever Dogs Caused By A Mutation In Mitochondrial DNA

Golden Retriever

Illegal Trade In Vietnam's Marine Turtles Continues Despite National Ban


* Parasite Risk In Anchovies Varies Depending On Origin Of Fish

Anisakis spp parasite


Why Can We Talk? 'Humanized' Mice Speak Volumes About Evolutionary Past


Intestinal Bacteria Associated With Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Liver disease

TB -- Hiding In Plain Sight

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Canada's swine flu case count rising

Newsweek: Why 'Oprah' advice could make you sick

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