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Cory's Shearwater Colony

Cory's Shearwater Colony
This is a typical one minute recording of an active Cory's Shearwater colony on the island of Corvo in the North Atlantic Ocean, June 2011.

Contact: Dr. Steffen Oppel
steffen.oppel@rspb.org.uk
Pensoft Publishers

<i>Maculinea alcon</i> Pre-adoption Larva Pulses

Maculinea alcon Pre-adoption Larva Pulses
This is a series of pulses from a Maculinea alcon pre-adoption larva.

Contact: Kayla Graham
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PLOS

<i>Maculinea alcon</i> Post-adoption Larva Pulses

Maculinea alcon Post-adoption Larva Pulses
This is a series of pulses from a Maculinea alcon post-adoption larva.

Contact: Kayla Graham
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PLOS

Most Schools Meet New USDA Drinking Water Mandate; More Steps Needed to Encourage Consumption

Most Schools Meet New USDA Drinking Water Mandate; More Steps Needed to Encourage Consumption
By making clean drinking water easily accessible to the over 30 million children participating in the National School Lunch Program, schools are taking the first steps towards decreasing the amount of...

Contact: Eileen Leahy
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Elsevier Health Sciences

Smoking, Obesity and Fat

Smoking, Obesity and Fat
People who smoke tend to eat more high-fat foods. So do obese people. Now investigators, led by a nutrition researcher at Washington University School Of Medicine in St. Louis, are reporting that ...

Contact: Jim Dryden
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Washington University School of Medicine

Audio of the 'Chuck' Call of <i>Leptopelis spiritusnoctis</i>

Audio of the 'Chuck' Call of Leptopelis spiritusnoctis
This is audio of the "chuck" call of Leptopelis spiritusnoctis from Taï National Park, Ivory Coast. Files are also available from the Tierstimmenarchiv at the Museum für Naturkunde, ...

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Pensoft Publishers

Breast Lift Surgeries Growing at Twice the Rate of Implants (3 of 3)

Breast Lift Surgeries Growing at Twice the Rate of Implants (3 of 3)
New statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons show that since 2000, breast lift procedures have grown by 70 percent, twice the rate of breast implants. According to the numbers, women ...

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MediaSource

Podcast Interview with Professor Schwaeble

Podcast Interview with Professor Schwaeble
This is a podcast interview with Professor Schwaeble.

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University of Leicester

Pulse Song

Pulse Song
When fruit flies court, the male chases the female as he vibrates his wings to produce roughly five-second serenades, or "bouts." The song is composed of a buzzing sound known as a "sine" and a ...

Contact: Morgan Kelly
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Princeton University

Sine Song

Sine Song
This file is of the sine portion of the male fruit fly's song. The researchers found that, in general, males sang loudly -- or produced more pulses -- when females were farther away and moving quickly...

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Princeton University

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