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1 Humans wiped out Pacific island birds
2 Tool makes conservation profitable and fair
3 Government to plant 250,000 trees to beat ash dieback
4 James Cameron's sub given to science
5 Butterflies suffered in cold and wet 2012, says charity
6 Brazil supermarkets 'to avoid Amazon meat'
7 Paignton zoo gorilla N'Dowe paints gorilla sculpture
8 Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre unveils 'world's biggest' orrery
9 Huge scale of California pollination event
10 The life of extremophiles: Surviving in hostile habitats
11 Gay marriage ban: Supreme Court weighs California case
12 Kercher case: Knox to fight 'wrongful' allegations
13 North Dakota introduces toughest abortion law in US
14 Cyprus making 'superhuman' effort to reopen banks by Thursday
15 Obama names first woman head of US Secret Service
16 Why are the French drinking less wine?
17 Power of Art: Can painting improve your grades?
18 Consent for Donald Trump row wind farm announced
19 N Korea 'combat posture to hit US'
20 Google gets ungoogleable off Sweden's new word list
21 Should Britain let go of London?
22 The folding phone charger that fixes a problem plug
23 Kercher murder: Knox, Sollecito acquittals overturned
24 'Dog attack' girl found dead in Atherton house
25 Man gets 30 months in prison for shining laser at plane
26 Privacy 'impossible' with Google Glass warn campaigners
27 Microsoft faces European open software probe
28 ICANN launches brand database for trademarks
29 Excel spreadsheets turned into video game
30 Saudi Arabia 'threatens Skype ban'
31 Bacteria power 'bio-battery' breakthrough
32 Yahoo spends 'millions' on UK teen Nick D'Aloisio's Summly app
33 Foxconn posts record quarterly profit on Apple boost
34 Apple buys indoor-mapping company Wifislam
35 Dating firm Cupid rejects 'fake profiles' allegations
36 Playing games with culture
37 Can big data help fight fires and save lives?
38 TV time 'does not breed badly behaved children'
39 Social isolation 'increases death risk in older people'
40 Neon Roberts: 'Good progress' of boy in brain tumour case
41 No more covering up errors, NHS told
42 New Jersey $338m Powerball winner's 'pure joy'
43 Fertility Difficulties Linked to Kids Neurological Problems, Study Suggests
44 Harry Potter-Like Invisibility Cloak Works (in a Lab)
45 Ever-Changing Venus Superstorm Sparks Interest
46 What Kind of Men Go to Prostitutes?
47 Cold Sore Virus Linked with Memory Problems
48 Reference: Jersey Devil: Impossible Animal of Story & Legend
49 How Did Dinosaurs Do It?
50 Electric Bacteria Could Be Used for Bio-Battery
51 Octogenarian Tries to Become Oldest to Climb Everest
52 How a Homely Lemur's Genome May Help Save It
53 Ancient Death Toll of Birds Confirmed in New Study
54 Longhorn Legacy: Surprising Origins of Columbus' Cattle Found
55 Reference: Fun Facts About Rabbits
56 Booming Coastal Population Heightens Extreme Storm Risk
57 If A Dry Tree Pops Sap Bubbles In The Woods
58 5 Key Facts About the Supreme Court Gay Marriage Cases
59 Sauna Visits May Lower Sperm Count
60 Orphaned Polar Bear Cub to Get New York Home
61 2-Headed Shark Fetus Netted by Fisherman
62 Your Phone's Ringing--Because You're Minutes from a Heart Attack
63 Midwest, Northeast March Snowstorm Breaks Records
64 Antimatter's Magnetic Charge Revealed
65 Animal Sex: How Crocodiles Do It
66 5 Strange Sightings in the Peruvian Amazon
67 Normal Brain Activity Linked to DNA Damage
68 8 Totally Cool Uses for Drones
69 'Paintable' Electronics Paves Way for Cheaper Gadgets
70 Foreshocks Announce Future Earthquakes on Some Faults
71 Embryos of World's Most Endangered Cat Preserved for 1st Time
72 10 Milestones in Gay Rights History
73 Cameras Capture Tigers Trekking Through Wildlife Corridor
74 What Is Nothing? Physicists Debate
75 Comet, Not Asteroid, Killed Dinosaurs, Study Suggests
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77 Reference: Fun Facts About Chinchillas
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79 Under Extremes, Big Groups Can Act Like A Force Of Nature
80 How Straight People Paved the Way for Gay Marriage
81 Meet a One-Eyed, Six-Legged, Flying Whale Chaser
82 Under Extremes, Big Groups Can Act Like A Force Of Nature
83 Cosmic crash 2022: Space probes will smash into asteroid in nine years
84 Drones: Not just for war anymore?
85 Answer to mystery of Pluto's moons could depend on 2015 flyby (+video)
86 Scientists examine nothing, find something
87 2-headed shark fetus discovered by fisherman
88 Communication with Mars to go silent for a month
89 Toenails measure toxic exposure in New Jersey
90 Jane Goodall apologizes for plagiarizing in new book
91 Volleyball-sized fireball streaks across East Coast sky (+video)
92 How efforts to save itty-bitty endangered frogs paid off
93 How will climate change affect the Himalayas? Scientists trek to find out.
94 New analysis sheds light on ancient Egyptian mummification
95 How the Planck discovery could point toward a new physics
96 SpaceX Dragon capsule splashes down in the Pacific Ocean
97 Antarctica's Concordia research base digs in for a long winter
98 Scientists build an uber-thin invisibility cloak
99 This Tricycle House is an off-grid RV
100 Scientists measure the magnetism of antimatter
101 Speed-of-light fluctuations prompted by ephemeral vacuum particles
102 Video: 3-wheel electric TORQ roadster has a $65,000 price tag
103 McLaren P1 is an EV supercar
104 The Mahindra e2o is an $11,000 EV
105 Hubble finds a galactic glow worm
106 These skyscrapers are built out of wood
107 Sideline quasars helped to limit early galaxy formation
108 Microalgae may be a profitable source of biofuel
109 Scots print stem cells
110 Astronomers say the universe is a million years older than originally believed
111 NASA kicks off new season of Arctic ice flights
112 Yes, the VW e-up! is a real electric car
113 Voyager 1 enters a new region of space
114 Herschel space observatory spots some of the youngest stars ever seen
115 How to design a more realistic solar vehicle
116 This green Isolee house is self-sufficient
117 VTOL is now all electric thanks to Project Zero
118 Cliff swallows evolve to speed past automobiles
119 NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover finds more evidence of water in Red Planet's past
120 The leaping lunar dust of our moon
121 This mobile clinic is solar-powered
122 Scientists work to resurrect extinct frog
123 Microbes are alive and well in the deepest ocean
124 Obama approves giant solar, wind projects in desert
125 Yes, future homes will be greener
126 Obama's $2 billion EV plan
127 This supercomputer center uses geothermal cooling
128 Russia and ESA clinch Mars exploration agreement
129 Higgs Boson confusion: Is this the God Particle?
130 Why events in the future seem closer than those in the past