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Why modern horses have only one toe

As horses became larger, a single robust toe could better resist stress

This ancient dwarf dolphin may have slurped its food like a walrus

Extinct cetacean adds diversity to "toothed whales"

Mini-antennas could power brain-computer interfaces, medical devices

New antennas are 100 times smaller than current models

Zebrafish implanted with a cancer patient’s tumor could guide cancer treatment

Fish cancer “avatars” may be better than mice at revealing drugs’ effectiveness

U.S. marine seismologists fear loss of research ship

NSF cuts could imperil R/V Langseth

The Germans torpedoed a ship during World War II. The wreck is now revealing secrets about underwater mudslides

Hulk in Gulf of Mexico has caught the eye of archaeologists and geologists

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