Scientists want your poop to give you more information on your gut.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
Omnivores' diets may depend on the amount of salt in their environments.
New research may explain why some cloven-hoofed animals have tusks instead of horns or antlers.
Soil bacteria often take 50 years or more to react to changes in climate.
Researchers call in feathered helpers to spread the seeds of endangered plants.
For top scientists like James P. Allison, music and other artistic endeavors may be key to success.
Much of the world's farmland is already at risk from palmer amaranth. The threat could spread further north as the climate warms.
Scientists are finding microbes that are good for crops but bad for weeds.
Armadillos could help fill ecological voids left by the Southeast's waning gopher tortoise populations.
Alligators and Floridians have been clashing more often, and research suggests the growing human population is the cause.
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