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May 26, 2021

Few Car Crashes with Deer in Wisconsin, Perhaps Thanks to Wolves

By Jef Akst

In areas where gray wolf populations have grown, motorists have fewer collisions with deer, likely due to the predators keeping deer away from roadways.

Opinion: Western Canada Must Stop Clearcutting Its "Mother" Trees

By Suzanne Simard & Teresa Ryan

Feeding the world's insatiable appetite for wood products is sacrificing the future of a crucial ecosystem.

UPDATED: Track COVID-19 Vaccines Advancing Through Clinical Trials

By The Scientist Staff

Find the latest updates in this one-stop resource, including efficacy data and side effects of approved shots, as well as progress on new candidates entering human studies.

ICYMI: Incest Isn't Taboo in Nature

By Christie Wilcox

Avoiding inbreeding appears to be the exception rather than the norm for animals, according to a new meta-analysis of experimental studies.

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Infographic: Animals of Different Species Hybridize

By Ashley Yeager

The offspring of crosses between related species can sometimes fill a new environmental niche, and such hybridizations may even lead to speciation.

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