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Critters spread many germs that can sicken each other — and even kill people.
A common type of fungus stores most of a forest floor’s carbon underground.
Plants use chemicals to recruit help in fighting off pests.
In lakes and streams, fish and insects can help protect aquatic plants that gobble up greenhouse gas.
Intrepid researchers discover icebergs host large and lively communities of life.
Monster-sized Burmese python bearing record-number of eggs retrieved in the Florida Everglades.
Invasive earthworms change North American landscapes, for better or worse.
Scientists find Antarctic icebergs play a new and bigger role in the climate cycle.
Overfishing cuts number of large predator fish in the ocean.
Scientists help to understand and protect sharks and coral reefs.
The circle of life continues thanks to the carbon cycle.
An aquatic animal provides a possible new kind of disease resistance.