We’ve got something for everyone: from a frog returning from extinction to the planet’s largest mass extinction.
- The Hula painted frog, declared extinct in 1996, has been seen for the first time in 50 years. (Metro)
- The mystery of the vanishing jumbo squid species, which disappeared in 2010, has been solved. (MSNBC)
- A life of monogamy has a hidden benefit for greylag geese. (Wired Science)
- 252 million years ago more than three-quarters of life on Earth was killed off. Was climate change to blame? (Huffington Post Green)
- Recent bird flu research may be kept secret over bioterrorism fears. (NPR)
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