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You're living in a new geologic age, the Meghalayan
It’s official — you’re living in a new age. It’s called the Meghalayan, and geologists say it's marked by a 'mega-drought' and the collapse of civilizations 4,200 years ago.
Why playing dead might save your life and other bear safety tips
If you come across a bear, play dead. Is that a myth or fact? Find out from an expert.
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Opening ancient Egyptian sarcophagus an 'amazing opportunity' — despite rumours of a curse
Egyptian archeologists opened a 2,000-year-old granite sarcophagus discovered in Alexandria on Thursday despite rumours of mummies and curses.
What was it like to go to the moon? We asked Buzz Aldrin
Twenty-five years after the moon landing, Buzz Aldrin told CBC about his memories from the events of July 20, 1969.
100 Quebec black bears slaughtered as part of gallbladder-trafficking ring, officials say
Jet suit on sale at Selfridges makes anyone into Iron Man for $592K
'We have to start getting used to it': Record-breaking temperatures heating up the globe
U.S. seeks changes that could weaken endangered species protection
Would you eat lab-grown fish? You might soon have that choice
Livestock with less methane: Scientists seek ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Astronomers spy nearby star that could be eating a planet