Josh Chamot
at 10:52 AM Aug 26 2016
Nature // 

As the planet warms, insects will migrate into new habitats and environments as they adapt. However, the cockroach is already among the most adapted animals on the planet—will it weather climate change unfazed? For some insight into the not-so-humble cockroach and its future, Nexus Media News reached out to journalist Richard Schweid, author of The Cockroach Papers: A Compendium of History and Lore.

Kate Baggaley
at 10:52 AM Aug 26 2016
Nature // 

As climate change warps the preferred habitats of mammals, birds and amphibians, these animals will be forced to flee. A beautiful but troubling new map predicts what this massive migration might look like for North and South America.

Kate Baggaley
at 10:52 AM Aug 26 2016
Nature // 

The National Park Service's 100th birthday celebration continues. In case Google's 360-degree tours haven't sated your appetite for natural landscapes, you can now take a virtual reality tour of Yosemite narrated by President Obama.

Kate Baggaley
at 10:52 AM Aug 26 2016
Nature // 

To protect themselves from the stinging jellyfish they dine on, young lobsters swath their poop in a special membrane, scientists in Japan reported today in the journal Plankton and Benthos Research.

Mary Beth Griggs
at 10:52 AM Aug 26 2016
Nature // 

Just in time for the National Park Service's 100th birthday Google has released a new interactive project that takes viewers into five different national parks.

Dennis Mersereau
at 10:52 AM Aug 26 2016
Nature // 

How do you warn people in the path of a potential tropical storm or hurricane to get out of the way when that potential storm is nothing but a messy blob of clouds hundreds of miles away, and only several days from possible landfall in the U.S.?

Mary Beth Griggs
at 10:32 AM Aug 25 2016
Nature // 

There might be wide open spaces all around you, but in Montana, the rivers are closed.

 
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