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Pointing out the origins of a name.
The determination of biological sex is a complicated matter, even just focusing on vertabrates.
Juneau woman completes a mile in near-freezing water
By Bjorn Dihle For more than two decades, those who care about Bristol Bay — the largest sockeye salmon run on the planet — have… Continue reading
A mat of old leaves lined the roadway, each leaf fringed with crystals, making a pretty mosaic…
New snow guns and hardened nordic trails will great winter sport enthusiasts on opening day.
Of course, it’s not as easy as going fishing.
Vertebrates have a broad spectrum of ways to care for their offspring
By Ned Rozell In the deep blue ocean just off the coast of Alaska, killer whales are now communicating with one another with clicks and… Continue reading
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire In mid-October, I made a quick trip back to my old stomping grounds in southern Wisconsin. In… Continue reading
Second time’s the charm.
A growing body of evidence suggests that birds have a second organ of equilibrium.
By Ned Rozell Pencil-beaked shorebirds with the ability to stay airborne for a week — flying all the way from Alaska to New Zealand —… Continue reading
How fungus spreads among us.
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
No longer in transit.
It’s about reusable water bottles, but also energy efficient homes.
Some regular infanticide and egg-destruction occurs between species.
Cannibalism in nature can be a family affair.