This Week in Science: June 15-21

The Nautilus blog has a lot of fascinating posts, including the importance of autopsies and plants’ circadian rhythms.

Animal CSI: a great NPR piece about the importance of identifying bird remains.

Here’s another NPR piece about why you’re lightest in the morning.

This snow leopard live feed from a Swedish zoo is very distracting.

I loved this piece: How Long Can You Wait to Have a Baby?

Taxonomic vandalism: when is enough, enough?

These strange frogs discovered by Darwin might be extinct in the wild.

Naked mole rats might seem weird, but they don’t get cancer.

Conservation and putting your science where your mouth is.

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