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How Cheetahs Can Gallop Faster Than Greyhounds (Video). A recent study looks into how cheetahs can run at great speeds. (Jim Usherwood)

How Cheetahs Can Gallop Faster Than Greyhounds (Video). A recent study looks into how cheetahs can run at great speeds. (Jim Usherwood)

These blood-loving spiders could help fight malaria - The Washington Post

These blood-loving spiders could help fight malaria

These blood-loving spiders could help fight malaria - The Washington Post

Grevyís Zebra at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya. © Suzi Eszterhas

Grevyís Zebra at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya. © Suzi Eszterhas

SCIENCE IN PICS: Tweet for the Sparrow.

SCIENCE IN PICS: Tweet for the Sparrow.

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https://flic.kr/p/7X58Q2 | Black-tailed Deer Youngster | In the exclusive 10 Mile Point area of Victoria BC, there are numerous natural walkways and small parks between the large estates.  It is not unusual to see deer in this urban setting. I first noted a lovely doe just off the roadway and was surprised when this little fawn appeared through the branches to check me out.  <a href="http://bighugelabs.com/onblack.php?id=4561354669&size=large" rel="nofollow">Best Viewed Large On Black</a>

https://flic.kr/p/7X58Q2 | Black-tailed Deer Youngster | In the exclusive 10 Mile Point area of Victoria BC, there are numerous natural walkways and small parks between the large estates. It is not unusual to see deer in this urban setting. I first noted a lovely doe just off the roadway and was surprised when this little fawn appeared through the branches to check me out. <a href="http://bighugelabs.com/onblack.php?id=4561354669&size=large" rel="nofollow">Best Viewed Large On Black</a>

the critically endangered hirola    Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) species represent a disproportionate amount of unique evolutionary history.

the critically endangered hirola Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) species represent a disproportionate amount of unique evolutionary history.

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