Source -- Georgia QB JT Daniels trying to play despite oblique injury
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Source -- Georgia QB JT Daniels trying to play despite oblique injury

Georgia will start Carson Beck, a redshirt freshman, at quarterback on Saturday, according to ESPN's Mark Schlabach. This is unless JT Daniels, the
IPL: Jonny Bairstow, Chris Woakes & Dawid Malan withdraw
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IPL: Jonny Bairstow, Chris Woakes & Dawid Malan withdraw

Last update on. From the section Cricket Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes were all part of the home Test series against India England's Jonny
Ex-New York Jets QB Vinny Testaverde recalls 9/11: 'Saw some things I wish I'd never seen'
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Ex-New York Jets QB Vinny Testaverde recalls 9/11: 'Saw some things I wish I'd never seen'

Vinny Testaverde, a New York Jets trainer, was getting treatment for his day off when, on Sept. 11, 2001 the terrorist attacks on New York City took
First full survey of Peru and Chile’s threatened fog island ecosystems
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First full survey of Peru and Chile’s threatened fog island ecosystems

A fog oasis in the Peru coast desert Photograph by Hudson Yonjoy 2016, Peru Fog oases are green spaces that can be found along the Chilean and
High-res carbon emission maps reveal climate impact of commuting
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High-res carbon emission maps reveal climate impact of commuting

Zhu Liu has created a map showing Europe's 2020 carbon emissions. High-resolution maps showing carbon emissions show how our daily patterns of
Some animals are evolving new body shapes as the climate changes
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Some animals are evolving new body shapes as the climate changes

A crimson rosella (Platycercus elegans), an Australian Parrot that is gaining more money as the world heats Kevin Dickinson / Alamy Endotherms are
Gene responsible for cat fur patterns could lead to designer pets
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Gene responsible for cat fur patterns could lead to designer pets

There are many different fur patterns for domestic cats Nils Jacobi/Getty Images How do tabby cats achieve their stripes? Although we know that
Foam from frogs' nests could help make bandages that release drugs
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Foam from frogs' nests could help make bandages that release drugs

A tngara frog (Engystomops pustulosus) Paul Hoskisson Foam that frogs make to build nests can be used in future pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. It can
Polar bears in Svalbard archipelago are inbreeding due to sea ice loss
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Polar bears in Svalbard archipelago are inbreeding due to sea ice loss

Polar bear in Svalbard archipelago Shutterstock/Ondrej Prsicky Global warming is causing Arctic ice to melt, which means archipelago-based Polar
Half-metre-long predator was giant of the seas 500 million years ago
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Half-metre-long predator was giant of the seas 500 million years ago

Reconstruction of Titanokorys gainesi Lars Fields. Royal Ontario Museum The Cambrian period's earliest animals, which occurred half a million years