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Mind and Body

A new viral cousin of Covid-19 can resist vaccine immunity, study finds

Here's what you need to know about a new Covid-like virus from bats

Raccacoonie

Just how smart are raccoons? They’re probably masterminds, a new study finds

The meek shall inherit.

Oh No

Three everyday beverages that may taste worse because of climate change

Climate change may be coming for your favorite drink, scientists say.

Reel Science

The best thriller of the century reveals a real climate change disaster

The devastating floods in Parasite are no mere fantasy — they're a reality for many Koreans.

Reading list

Look: 82 species tell the story of extinction in a new book

S.O.S

Greenland's melting ice sheets may cause "ominous" sea level rise

A new study reveals data on sea level rise, and it's not great news out of Greenland.

Tree hugger

More than a dozen threatened American trees may disappear without further action, a survey reveals

Tree survey reveals up to 16 percent of U.S. species are threatened.

That's Not Good

Billions of people may face “unprecedented” and deadly heat within 78 years

At our current rates of global warming, dangerous heat will become a near-daily routine for billions of people.

Crowd Control

Watch: Ingenious hawks learned to thwart their prey's greatest defense

They dive into the crowd and leave the rest up to fate.

Ride Along

Watch squealing dolphins hunt fish and snakes from their point of view

One dolphin even went after some unusual prey.

Tiny Heroes

One surprising insect could help solve farming’s pest problem

These tiny critters can serve as "biological pest control," new research suggests.

float on

Look: A deep-sea expedition just captured these incredible views of life underwater

Tipping Point?

Climate change may push North America’s forests to a “tipping point”

A trio of studies highlights the serious threat global warming poses to forests on the continent.

Achoo

Watch sea sponges sneeze out stringy mucus in slow motion

Gesundheit!

Science

In Mexico, indigenous peoples and scientists race to save an iconic Aztec animal

Once mutually wary, farmers and scientists are working jointly to save a key ecosystem — and an endangered salamander.

Science

How is nature connected to well-being? It's complicated, scientists say

Experts reviewed hundreds of papers to draw scientific conclusions about our cultural and ecological connections to nature.