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    Volcanic eruptions have been in the news quite a lot lately, what with Europe’s air traffic getting disrupted by the one in…

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    Bluefin tuna is an exceptionally valuable fish and its catch it tightly controlled. Unfortunately, this species sometimes ends up in the nets…

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    This week’s image is not from this world. It is from a virtual world. What you think you see in this picture…

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    Large sharks don’t have much to worry about as far as being a target for predators – they are top predators themselves…

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    Who is not familiar with the image of a dung beetle, rolling a piece of elephant feces bigger than itself, providing food…

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    About 3.6 million years ago, a couple of early hominins (group ancestral to humans) walked over some fresh volcanic ash and left…

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    Very, very long time ago, around 500 million years ago, in Cambrian, an unfortunate (for the animals involved, fortunate for science) event…

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    Did dinosaurs have feathers? More and more fossils are being uncovered suggesting that this is indeed the case. But some fossils are…

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    Raw data, statistical analysis, standard forms of graphing the result… sometimes observing these obscures what is really interesting about the information at…

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    Mimoperadectes houdei, a new species of peradectid marsupial formally described by the authors of the new PLoS ONE paper, Cranial Anatomy of…

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    As we approach PLoS ONE’s third birthday (or, rather, our third second birthday), this week’s featured image comes from a paper published…

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    A study by David Rand and Thomas Pfeiffer of Harvard University published in PLoS ONE yesterday reveals how scientific journals’ different publication…

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