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Scientists Rediscover 80-Years-Lost Nightsnake In Mexico

May 20, 2014
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Drought Blamed for Fall of Mayan Civilization

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Reuters (May 15, 2012) — Researchers in Mexico say the mighty Mayan civilization that thrived in central America for 2700 years from 1800 BC, might have been brought down by climate change. Based on research deep underground, the scientists say there's evidence of long-term drought during the period of population decline.
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Scientists: Fish Sick Where BP's Oil Spill Hit

Scientists: Fish Sick Where BP's Oil Spill Hit

AP (Apr. 18, 2012) — Two years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, scientists are finding trouble in the oiled Gulf of Mexico: Fish with lesions and evidence of contamination. But no link has been found between the sick fish and the oil spill.
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Mysterious Sea Creature Finally Identified

Mysterious Sea Creature Finally Identified

Newsy (June 19, 2014) — For two years, scientists have been trying to determine the species of a mysterious sea creature in the Gulf of Mexico. Video provided by Newsy
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