Quirks & Quarks

Quirks & Quarks for Sept. 6, 2014

This week, we find out how the Ebola genome decodes the disease; how life thrives under Antarctic Ice; how Tyrannosaurs hunted in packs; how drooling moose neutralize plant poisons; and how illegal poaching of ivory threatens elephants
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This week, we find out how the Ebola genome decodes the disease; how life thrives under Antarctic Ice; how Tyrannosaurs hunted in packs; how drooling moose neutralize plant poisons; and how illegal poaching of ivory threatens elephants


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