As a proud mid-Atlantic East Coaster, I thought I was relatively well adapted to colder winter climates. After being in sunny San Diego for a few years, however, I have realized that this is NOT so when a slight breeze invokes a shiver in my spine, or sitting outside on a 55 degree day can […]
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Shiver me muscles: why do you shake when you’re cold?
posted by Susan Lubejko
Meet Richard McCosh – A Researcher that Tackles the “Brainy” Side of Reproduction
posted by Ariane Pessentheiner
Have you heard of Lonesome George? The tortoise? He was long known as the rarest creature in the world, because he was the last existing individual of the Pinta Island tortoise species in the Galapagos Islands before he died in 2012 . The existence of every species on earth is dependent on successful reproduction. If […]
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