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Mammals (class Mammalia) are vertebrate animals characterized by the presence of sweat glands, including milk producing sweat glands, and by the presence of: hair ...
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Foxes may hold key to Lyme disease spread
Normally, small mammals get infected by the bacteria and ticks get infected by feeding on the mammals. The infected ticks then lay their eggs on deer. Foxes disrupt the chain by feeding on the small mammals, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Sunday.
United Press International
Scientists create bird flu that spreads easily among mammals
Scientists have created versions of the H5N1 bird flu that spread easily among mammals through droplets in sneezes and have concluded that it is certainly possible the deadly virus could trigger a global pandemic in humans. Writing in Friday's edition of ...
Los Angeles Times
Sleeper Sharks Slurp Snoozing Seals
Greenland sharks eat seals. On the face of it, that doesn’t sound surprising. These huge Arctic sharks swim the same waters as the blubbery mammals, after all. But sleeper sharks aren’t quite like the graceful and quick archetypal sharks ...
Wired News
Dinosaur Die-Off Led to Bigger Mammals
Dinosaur Die-Off Led to Bigger Mammals: New research shows the great dinosaur die-off paved the way for mammals to explode in size, some becoming quite massive. So if you ever find yourself putting on a few pounds, you can now scientifically ...
Gunnar, National Zoo's Elderly Gray Seal And Veteran Of The Navy's Marine Mammal Program, Dies At Age 38 (PHOTOS)
Gunnar spent his early life as part of the U.S. Navy's marine mammal program-- that's a program that studies the use of marine mammals, like dolphins and seals, in the military. Dolphins have been taught to do things like detect mines ...
Huffington Post
Endangered fin whale found dead near Pt. Reyes
Fin whales can grow to nearly 90-feet in length, and are the second-largest mammals on the planet behind the blue whale. The filter feeders are also the fastest large whales, reaching speeds of 25 mph. The rare whales exist around the planet ...
San Jose Mercury News
Shrews in the News Rapid Evolution of Shrews in Response to Climate Change
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Shrews are among a diverse group of small mammals that have rapidly evolved in response to climate change, according to a new study released this month. Using historical climate data and modern molecular evidence from multiple genes ...
News Room America
An Echidna Snuggles in for a Snooze
It appears to be a spiny potato sprouting a brown parsnip. It’s a monotreme, a lineage that split off from the group that would give rise to both marsupials and mammals. You may know monotremes better by their other famous member: the duck-billed platypus.
Scientific American
Turns Out It’s Entirely (Maybe) Possible That We’ll All Die From Bird Flu
In as little as five mutations, a group of Dutch researchers were able to engineer a strain of the H5N1 flu that is airborne among mammals. If it were to become airborne, an avian bird flu pandemic would likely follow. The manipulated strain was tested on ...
Mining, surveying to go ahead in marine sanctuaries
Conservation Minister Kate Wilkinson defended a decision for seismic surveying and mining exploration to go ahead in marine sanctuaries, saying surveying could be restricted to minimise harm to marine mammals. Yesterday Prime Minister John Key ruled out ...
New Zealand Herald
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