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These parrots use their beaks as a 3rd limb to climb — and they're really good at it
It’s hard to climb with two legs and no hands — unless you’re a parrot.
How Atlantic Canada's warming ocean could impact everything from seaweed to lobster
An Atlantic Canadian biotechnology seafood company says harvest levels have plunged at the southern range of the cold-water seaweed it uses as raw material. Meanwhile, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans is being urged to do more research on lobster and climate change.
Arctic research station in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, reopens after pandemic closure
COVID-19 pandemic restrictions kept the doors of the Canadian High Arctic Research Station in Cambridge Bay largely closed to the public and researchers for more than a year, but the station is throwing those doors open once more.
Earth's oceans were the hottest, most acidic on record in 2021, UN report finds
Why citizen scientists are combing Nova Scotia's woods for rare lichens
NASA's Mars InSight mission coming to an end as dust covers solar panels
Scientists push for ocean version of International Space Station
What N.W.T.'s Smoking Hills could tell us about Mars
Pentagon committed to understanding UFO origins, says U.S. intelligence official
Total lunar eclipse a spectacular show for stargazers
Indigenous people harvested huge amounts of oysters sustainably through history
Learning to live with the Canada goose, a veritable 'poop machine'
Europe's space agency needs your eyeballs to study a comet
Giraffe calf walks tall after getting leg brace
How and when to view Sunday's total lunar eclipse
'Holy cow ... are you kidding me?' Scientists stunned to see plants grow in soil from the moon
Astronomers reveal first photograph of a monster black hole at the heart of our galaxy
Giant endangered freshwater stingray rescued by scientists