This Week in Science: August 10-16 2013

The Smithsonian aims to collect genetic material from all species.

This is how to become a fossil.

Consider supporting this mobile museum!

Whale deadfalls are ecological hotspots.

How the extinction of megafauna impacted the Amazon.

How can you measure height on Mars without sea-level?

During the Cold War, we tried to put a copper ring around the Earth.

‘In North American Katydids, Green isn’t the Dominant Colour, Pink is‘.

Fears of ‘Testicle-Eating’ Fish Overblown

Urban beekeeping is probably not a good idea.

The olinguito, a carnivore discovered this week, is adorable.

Some lipsticks might contain heavy metals.

A decapitated copperhead rattlesnake attacks its own body.

Video of Perseid meteor exploding.

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