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All the Animals American Men Think They Can Beat in a Fight and Why They Can't

All the Animals American Men Think They Can Beat in a Fight and Why They Can’t

Some old timey dude preparing to lose a fight to a kangaroo in London in 1931.Photo: Fox Photos/Hulton Archive (Getty Images) According to a YouGov poll released on Friday, some humans have extremely poor judgment when it comes to determining which animals they could win a one-on-one, unarmed fight against. Namely, they think they can …

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Polar Bear-Grizzly Hybrids, Aka Pizzly Bears, May Be Growing More Common Due to Climate Crisis

Polar Bear-Grizzly Hybrids, Aka Pizzly Bears, May Be Growing More Common Due to Climate Crisis

Image: Guy Clavel/AFP and Dani Pozo/AFP (Getty Images) What do you get when you cross a polar bear and a grizzly bear? A fluffy reminder of how climate change is transforming our planet at an alarming rate. Advertisement These hybrids, sometimes called pizzly bears or grolar bears, have been spotted in the wild as far …

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A Mystery Brain Condition Is Making Bears Friendly, Then Killing Them

A Mystery Brain Condition Is Making Bears Friendly, Then Killing Them

A black bearPhoto: Robert F. Bukaty (AP) An unknown neurological condition is sickening and often killing young black bears in California and Nevada. The illness also seems to make the bears unafraid of people. Though the condition doesn’t appear to be severely harming the bear population at large, scientists and wildlife officials are still trying …

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Tyrannosaur Teens Didn’t Have the Bone-Crushing Bite of Adults

Tyrannosaur Teens Didn’t Have the Bone-Crushing Bite of Adults

Teeth from the T. rex specimen “Stan.”Image: Mary Altaffer (AP) Adult tyrannosaurs were basically bone crushing machines on two feet. New research suggests juvenile tyrannosaurs couldn’t match the same level of brutality, resulting in a distinctive bite that set them apart from their adult counterparts. Nothing like tyrannosaurs exist today, and thank goodness for that. …

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