Polar Bears Keep Being Seen Hunting Reindeer, But There's More to The Story
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Polar Bears Keep Being Seen Hunting Reindeer, But There's More to The Story

A polar bear dragged a reindeer to the sea and killed it before eating it in a Norwegian archipelago. The video that they captured was shared
Rare hunting scene raises questions over polar bear diet
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Rare hunting scene raises questions over polar bear diet

A research team from a Polish scientific station caught on camera a polar bear hunting a reindeer. A polar bear chases a reindeer into the water,
Scientists Simulate the Climate of Arrakis. It Turns Out Dune is a Pretty Realistic Exoplanet
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Scientists Simulate the Climate of Arrakis. It Turns Out Dune is a Pretty Realistic Exoplanet

Frank Herbert, a science fiction author, is well-known for the intricate worlds he designed. Dune is his most well-known work. It took Herbert six
Could Humans Really Survive The Harsh Deserts of Dune's Arrakis? We Found Out
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Could Humans Really Survive The Harsh Deserts of Dune's Arrakis? We Found Out

Dune, Frank Herbert's epic sci-fi series, has been made into a movie. It is set on Arrakis in the distant future. Herbert created a world so richly
Earth Tipped on Its Side 84 Million Years Ago, New Evidence Suggests
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Earth Tipped on Its Side 84 Million Years Ago, New Evidence Suggests

True polar wander (TPW), which can sometimes tilt entire planets or moons relative to their respective axes, is something we know. However, it's not
Wild New Paper Claims Earth May Be Surrounded by a Giant Magnetic Tunnel
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Wild New Paper Claims Earth May Be Surrounded by a Giant Magnetic Tunnel

Astronomers have been puzzled for decades by mysterious structures in the sky. Now they might have an answer. A vast network of magnetized filaments
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Capsule of 1765 air reveals ancient histories hidden under Antarctic ice

A new exhibit that shows the hidden history of polar ice is centred around an ampoule of Antarctic Air from 1765. It was created by Cop26 Climate
Harvard Study: Melting Polar Ice Is Physically Warping the Planet
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Harvard Study: Melting Polar Ice Is Physically Warping the Planet

The crust appears to shift for hundreds of miles as ice melts. Elastic Earth Rising temperatures are melting Arctic ice at an alarming pace, and the
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
Buried �Lakes� on Mars May Just Be Frozen Clay
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Buried �Lakes� on Mars May Just Be Frozen Clay

New research suggests that bright reflections detected by radar beneath Mars' south pole may not have been underground lakes, but clay deposits.