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Radio-Canada
2/16/2018

Starman and his Tesla could crash into Earth or Venus .. eventually
Bad news, Elon: There's a chance your Tesla Roadster will come crashing down to Earth.
Radio-Canada
2/15/2018

Toxic metals from plastic left on the beach are leaching into the ocean s ecosystems: B.C. study
Researchers say tiny particles only millimetres in size can ferry metal into the ecosystem.
Radio-Canada
2/15/2018

Borneo s orangutans at risk of extinction after population decreases by 148,500 in 16 years
Partly due to deforestation and the rise of industrial plantations, Borneo's orangutans are at risk of one day disappearing for good.
Radio-Canada
2/14/2018

Leatherback turtle, not overturned boat, found washed up in Cape Breton
A 360-kilogram leatherback turtle carcass that washed up near shore in Islandview, Cape Breton, in Nova Scotia, is now on its way to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans lab in Charlottetown for analysis.
Radio-Canada
2/14/2018

Statistics Canada looking down the drain to determine levels of pot consumption
The federal government is taking a somewhat noxious approach to studying just how much pot Canadians are consuming: researching our sewage.
Radio-Canada
2/12/2018

U.S. woman becomes 1st person to have eye worms previously seen only in cattle
An Oregon woman has become the first person worldwide known to have had an eye infestation by a tiny worm species previously seen only in cattle that is spread by flies that feed on eyeball lubrication, U.S. government researchers said on Monday.
Radio-Canada
2/13/2018

All-female fish species shows sex is overrated
An all-female freshwater fish species called the Amazon molly is living proof that sexual reproduction may be vastly overrated, scientists say after analyzing its DNA.
Radio-Canada
2/10/2018

Flight of the hummingbird: How size and wing shape forge fantastic flyers
A group of biologists from the University of B.C. braved army ants and driving rain to answer one simple question: What makes hummingbirds such nimble flyers?
Radio-Canada
2/8/2018

Kingston, Ont., signs Smart City agreement with Bell
The project will collect and organize data from internet-connected items to help the southeast Ontario city keep track of things like energy use.
Radio-Canada
2/8/2018

Shark cousin lays eggs near hydrothermal vents to keep them warm
Birds might sit on their eggs for weeks to keep them warm until they hatch, but deep-sea fish called skates have found a less boring and time-consuming way to incubate their eggs - using geothermal energy.

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