Karin Forney still remembers when an unusual number of humpback whales started showing up in Monterey Bay a few winters ago. She could see them out her window — so close to the surf that kayakers could
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Babies are bad at listening in noisy places. Dogs aren’t. My pets took part in a study to learn why.
They also know that the hearing and attention skills of dogs are sharper than that of babies, while language cognition — how they learn and understand certain words — is similar in both. (To be sure, cannot
Most of the greenhouse-gas emissions in the world’s tropical countries derive from environmental destruction, and according to a new report, those emissions could be reversed relatively easily and cheaply
Scientists are urgently seeking data to resolve one critically important aspect of the coronavirus outbreak that has killed at least 54 people and infected well over 1,000 since emerging in Wuhan, China.