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Genetically, Close Friends Are Like Distant Cousins

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A new study says people tend to make friends with those who are genetically more like ourselves. Video provided by Newsy


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Modified E. Coli Bacteria Can Produce Diesel Fuel

Modified E. Coli Bacteria Can Produce Diesel Fuel

Newsy (Apr. 23, 2013) — Researchers genetically modified the bacteria, causing it to turn sugar into an oil close enough to diesel to be used in engines.
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Threatened With Extinction, Can the Grevy's Zebra Survive?

Threatened With Extinction, Can the Grevy's Zebra Survive?

AFP (June 21, 2012) — The Grevy's zebra maybe bigger than their common cousins, but their numbers are far smaller. Only a couple thousand now survive, and conservation groups are confident they can only be saved, if more is done to protect their habitat.
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Wild Chronicles: Black Caiman

Wild Chronicles: Black Caiman

National Geographic (Jan. 23, 2012) — Once hunted nearly to extinction in the Brazilian Amazon, the black caiman is among the largest and least known of the crocodile cousins.
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