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Montana Hunters Push for Open Season on Grizzlies

Over the last few years, anti-predator sentiment has flared across the American West, and legislators have loosened hunting restrictions for wolves and black bears. Now, some hunters want grizzlies to be next.  The proposal to remove the grizzly bear from the endangered species list was [...]

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New Study: Could Your HIIT Workout Help Prevent Memory Loss? 

According to new research published in Nature Scientific Reports, regular fitness may help prevent memory loss as you age—but in some surprising ways. Over the course of the study, Dartmouth researchers followed 113 participants for a full year, collecting data from their fitness trackers and [...]

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Bringing the Dodo Bird Back From Extinction? It’s Happening

Colossal Biosciences, a U.S.-based gene editing company, has just announced an ambitious new plan to “de-extinct” the dodo.  Dodoes—three-foot-tall flightless birds that once thrived on the African island Mauritius—went extinct sometime in the 17th century. According to even the most optimistic scientific models, they died [...]

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Solved: This is Bigfoot’s Real Identity, According to Science

A new scientific analysis tackles one of America’s biggest unanswered questions: What or who is bigfoot, anyway? The verdict: perhaps not as mythical a being as you might think.  In a recent paper, Pittsburgh-based data analyst and simulation modeler Floe Foxon completed one of the [...]

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Arizona’s Iconic Havasu Falls Will Reopen for the First Time in 3 Years

On February 1, 2023, for the first time in three years, Arizona’s famous Havasu Falls will finally reopen to visitors.  Located within the Havasupai Reservation adjacent to Grand Canyon National Park, the falls are internationally famous for their unique, stepped pools and fluorescently blue water. [...]

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Two-minute Bursts of Exercise Could Make You Live Longer 

According to a new study, incorporating brief bursts of intense exercise into your day—just two minutes at a time—can dramatically improve your health and longevity.  The study, which was led by an international team of scientists and published in Nature Medicine, used fitness trackers to [...]

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New Ban Protects 9 Million Acres of Alaskan Wilderness

After two decades of intense legal battle, 9.4 million acres of the nation’s largest national forest—the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska—will be protected from deforestation for good. The Biden Administration’s ruling, announced on January 25, repealed a Trump-era decision to reopen part of the [...]

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See the World’s Largest Stingray in Mozambique 

This January, just off the coast of Mozambique, a team of marine biologists notched a historic first for the scientific community: tagging the incredibly rare smalleye stingray.  Smalleye stingrays can grow up to 10 feet long, making them the world’s largest species of ocean ray. [...]

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Montana Hunters Push for Open Season on Grizzlies

Over the last few years, anti-predator sentiment has flared across the American West, and legislators have loosened hunting restrictions for wolves and black bears. [...]

Daily Outdoor

New Study: Could Your HIIT Workout Help Prevent Memory Loss? 

According to new research published in Nature Scientific Reports, regular fitness may help prevent memory loss as you age—but in some surprising ways. Over [...]

Biology

Bringing the Dodo Bird Back From Extinction? It’s Happening

Colossal Biosciences, a U.S.-based gene editing company, has just announced an ambitious new plan to “de-extinct” the dodo.  Dodoes—three-foot-tall flightless birds that once thrived [...]

Daily Outdoor

Florida Yoga Practitioner Injured When Iguana Falls on his Face

On January 7, savasana proved a little less restful than usual for one Miami yogi, who experienced “excruciating pain” when a giant lizard fell [...]

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Solved: This is Bigfoot’s Real Identity, According to Science

A new scientific analysis tackles one of America’s biggest unanswered questions: What or who is bigfoot, anyway? The verdict: perhaps not as mythical a [...]

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Mama Bear—and Four Cubs—Cross Road in a Struggle All Parents Recognize

Single parenting sure isn’t easy. And as one mama bear showed in a video that went viral this week, the struggle of traveling with [...]

Arizona

Arizona’s Iconic Havasu Falls Will Reopen for the First Time in 3 Years

On February 1, 2023, for the first time in three years, Arizona’s famous Havasu Falls will finally reopen to visitors.  Located within the Havasupai [...]

Daily Outdoor

Two-minute Bursts of Exercise Could Make You Live Longer 

According to a new study, incorporating brief bursts of intense exercise into your day—just two minutes at a time—can dramatically improve your health and [...]

Alaska

New Ban Protects 9 Million Acres of Alaskan Wilderness

After two decades of intense legal battle, 9.4 million acres of the nation’s largest national forest—the Tongass National Forest in southeast Alaska—will be protected [...]

Daily Outdoor

See the World’s Largest Stingray in Mozambique 

This January, just off the coast of Mozambique, a team of marine biologists notched a historic first for the scientific community: tagging the incredibly [...]

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