News from the Field

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Cali Dog Rescues Trapped Homeless Man

Mole, a mixed German Shepherd from California, became a hero on Monday, when he pulled a classic “Lassie” and rescued a dehydrated homeless man from a mountain. Ramon Llamas and his... Read More

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Bee Deaths On the Rise

A mystery disease that has been ravaging the world's bees for the better part of a decade has surged in the last year, killing as many as 50 percent of hives. Now, beekeepers and some researchers... Read More

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Scuba Divers Try to Sever the Internet in Egypt

While the rest of the world worried about the world's largest cyber attack yesterday, three divers in Egypt almost took out four times as much data using just a couple of scuba tanks. In a... Read More

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Sharpshooters Begin Culling D.C. Deer

Sharpshooters for the National Park Service began hunting white tailed deer Wednesday night in Washington D.C.’s Rock Creek Park in an effort bring the population under control. The deer... Read More

African Fairy Circles Caused By Termites?

A new study may have cracked the mystery of thousands of so-called "fairy circles" that cover a swath of desert from Angola into northern South Africa. The round patches of sand in the middle of... Read More