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»What's the Difference Between Rabbits and Hares? 
 Hares are less social than bunnies, and their lively courtship and skittish behavior likely inspired the term "harebrained."
»EPA Decides That Coal Ash, Which Pervades Our Homes, Is Non-Hazardous 
 The EPA's decision not to regulate coal ash as hazardous waste could affect how often it's recycled.
»Watch: World's Deepest Fish Lurks 5 Miles Down in Mariana Trench 
 Video footage shows a delicate, transparent animal with a doglike head more than five miles down.
»Explaining Mysterious 'Pancake Ice' on River in Scotland 
 These strange lily-pad formations occur when conditions are just right.
»World's Most Ambitious Re-Creation of Prehistoric Cave Art to Open  
 With the help of modern artists and high technology, a replica of the famous art cave of Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc will open to the public in April.
»Week's Best Space Pictures: Galaxies Collide, Gullies Get Frosted, and Cities Light Up 
 Colliding galaxies put on a show, Martian gullies meet Jack Frost, and cities glitter for the holidays in this week's best space pictures.
»How Long Can the U.S. Oil Boom Last? 
 Fracking for shale oil has boosted U.S. oil production to near-record levels. But the industry faces two challenges: low prices and low reserves.
»For Leopards in Iran and Iraq, Land Mines Are a Surprising Refuge 
 Targeted by hunters and threatened by shrinking habitat, Persian leopards fight for survival along the Iran-Iraq border.
»Watch a Tortoise Rescue Another in Distress—Was It Trying to Help? 
 A viral YouTube video showing a tortoise pushing another back on its feet may be a case of aggressive courtship, expert says.
»Could New York's Fracking Ban Have Domino Effect? 
 New York has banned fracking. Will other states follow suit?
»Wolves and Bears Stage Comeback in Crowded, Urban Europe 
 Large predators are filling the forests and abandoned farmlands of Europe, a return to the wild not always comfortable for people.
»Birds May Have Sensed Severe Storms Days in Advance 
 A flock of warblers suddenly left Tennessee in advance of severe thunderstorms, suggesting that they had sensed the weather and fled, a new study says.
»Peculiar Extinct Fish With Spines Named for National Geographic 
 Natgeosocus sorini, which swam in subtropical seas about 36 million years ago, helps illuminate a rare, extinct family of fish.
»Where Has All the (Sea Trash) Plastic Gone? 
 Scientists track down plastic sea trash to find out where it hides.
»Deck the Halls With Matzo Balls. Going Home for the Holidays—to Miami Beach 
 Snowbirds go to Miami Beach for fun, sun, and to live la vida loca. Gate-crashers, IMHO. I was there first. I'm a native.
»Delivering "The Pill" Wasn't Easy 
 When "the pill" was first sold, contraception was listed as a side effect.
»Opinion: Why Cubans May Not Be Thrilled at New Relations With U.S. 
 Some Cubans have a lot to lose from an influx of American dollars.
»Pictures: Alaska's Wondrous Bristol Bay, Now Off-Limits to Gas and Oil Drilling  
 Photographer Michael Melford is celebrating the announcement that the U.S. government will protect the area's waters from oil and gas development.
»4-Foot Salamander Arrives in London as Face of New Conservation Effort 
 Professor Wu, a critically endangered Chinese giant salamander, is the face of a new effort to save these creatures in the wild.
»72 Years Later, Snubbed Captain Credited With Downing German U-Boat 
 The U.S. Navy honors a late World War II captain of a ship that sank a German U-boat off Louisiana, based on new exploration.
»Rosetta's Comet Lander Will Revive After Bumpy Touchdown, Scientists Say 
 Rosetta mission scientists grow hopeful for a revival of their stranded Philae lander.
»Out of Fuel, Venus Express Is Falling Gently to Its Death in Planet's Skies 
 Europe's hard-working Venus Express has finally run out of gas and will start to fall through the planet's thick atmosphere.
»Denmark Eyes North Pole, but How Much Oil and Gas Await? 
 Countries vie for long-term development of Arctic's oil and natural gas.
»Researchers are tracking the elusive predators as habitat loss pushes them closer to urban areas. 
 Researchers are tracking the elusive predators as habitat loss pushes them closer to urban areas.
»Zimbabwe's Reported Plan to Export Baby Elephants Raises Outcry Against Animal Trade  
 Zimbabwe reportedly has rounded up dozens of baby elephants from a national park for export to China.
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