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KQED Science

Explore Bay Area science, nature and environment stories with KQED Science.
http://www.kqed.org/science
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A volunteer paints a sign in favor of a fracking ban in San Benito County. In California, anti-fracking activists are taking their fight to county ballots. (Lauren Sommer/KQED)
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The drought is driving hungry bears like this one out of the hills and down to Lake Tahoe. (Image courtesy of Nevada Department of Wildlife)
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Fake marbled murrelet eggs with a rude surprise inside. When jays eat them, these eggs make them sick. Biologists are trying to teach jays to stop eating real murrelet eggs, to help save the endangered murrelets. (Lauren Sommer/KQED)
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Happy 150th birthday, Yosemite! Here are some ladies dancing on the overhanging rock at Glacier Point in the 1890s. Photo from Yosemite's collection of historical images.
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Meet 2012 VP113, a space object way at the outer edge of our solar system that may eventually be categorized as a dwarf planet. Its orbit suggests there may be a massive planet even further out. The different spots in this image show its position over time. (Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory)
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Baby birds at International Bird Rescue, a non-profit that cares for more than 2,500 birds every year. We profiled two of their volunteers on our website, KQED.org/science.
kqedscience : Photo by Cheryl Reynolds/International Bird Rescue
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That gap in the Bay Bridge look familiar? Engineers are demolishing the bridge in essentially the reverse order in which it was built. They're consulting photos like this one, from UC Berkeley's Bancroft Library.
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Bear, a narcoleptic dog, asleep on the beach. He was part of a pack of narcoleptic dogs that sleep scientists at Stanford studied. Then he became one of the researchers, Emmanuel Mignot's family pet. Bear died recently, having lived to a ripe old age. (Photo courtesy of Servane Briand)
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KQED Science producer Josh Cassidy won a Northern California Emmy this weekend for his photography in the video ZomBees: Flight of the Living Dead. It's about parasites that take over bee's bodies, and you can see it on our website, KQED.org/science.
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The city of Berkeley is considering posting warning labels like this one on gas pumps. Read more about the proposal at our website, KQED.org/science.
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