Nina writes about science and the environment at Inverse.
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10.5.2020 4:00 AM
Ancient Megalodon teeth reveal the terrifying shark was in a league of its own
10.3.2020 12:00 PM
This viral YouTube gardening channel mixes tech tools and ancient practices
The poker player-turned-gardener explains why gardening provides the ultimate digital detox.
10.1.2020 12:03 PM
How to vote during Fat Bear Week 2020
It's time to vote for the best and the bulkiest. Fat Bear Week is a chance to vote for the Fattest Bear in Alaska's Katmai National Park.
9.30.2020 6:29 PM
Deforestation's unexpected side effect on climate change
Pay attention to the edges of the forest, experts warn.
9.29.2020 9:02 PM
A new Covid-19 study on cats and dogs has good news for their owners
"There is currently no evidence that cats or dogs play a significant role in human infection."
V O T E
9.29.2020 7:00 PM
The other 2020 election to watch: Vote in Fat Bear Week
Voting is almost open for the year's fluffiest competition.
9.28.2020 8:49 PM
Chicxulub crater discovery tells a new story about dinosaurs' end
The true havoc wreaked by the asteroid behind the dinosaur die-off is becoming ever clearer.
9.28.2020 7:00 PM
Discovery of ancient stone tool rewrites early human history
Study takes a look at the Iberian Peninsula some 40,000 years ago.
9.27.2020 12:00 PM
Study reveals 11 bizarre fish that can walk on land
Eleven species of fish are capable of walking on land, a new study reveals.
Sound of Silence
9.24.2020 6:14 PM
Study reveals coronavirus pandemic's surprising effect on how birds sing
It is not all quiet on the western front.
9.23.2020 10:00 PM
Scientists solve fairy circle mystery with math
Fairy circles are ethereal, but there's hard science behind these fantastical formations.
Gotta catch 'em all
9.23.2020 5:48 PM
Millions of animal mummies reveal an ancient people's voracious appetite
Ancient Egyptians preserved millions of birds to serve as food for their dead. But how they got these unfortunate avians remained a mystery — until now.
9.22.2020 10:18 PM
Why an ancient organism is killing elephants at an alarming rate
Cyanobacteria is a necessary part of life — and sometimes a deadly force.
Shake Ya Tailfeather
9.22.2020 6:36 PM
LISTEN: Hear birds communicate without using their beaks
Subtle differences in feather ruffle sounds helped researchers identify a new subspecies.
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9.21.2020 8:42 PM
Notorious Australian spiders kill humans by "evolutionary coincidence"
A new study explains how a highly venomous group of spiders got their powers.
9.21.2020 7:00 PM
Can planting a trillion trees really help Earth? It's complicated
Scientists explore where it makes most sense to plant carbon-sequestering trees to fight climate change.
9.20.2020 3:30 PM
5 ways to eat healthier and more sustainably
Food choices can harm or benefit both human and environmental health. Here are some decisions you can make differently.
9.17.2020 6:08 PM
What performing magic for animals teaches us about the brain
Sleight-of-hand may work on animals, too.
9.16.2020 6:00 PM
One household chore is sneakily polluting the environment — study
Researchers are working on trapping synthetic microfibers at the source.
9.16.2020 6:00 PM
Can special diets protect aging dog health? Scientists test claims
New findings suggest that past research on diet does not apply to all dogs.
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