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British Hoarders Stock Up on Supplies, Preparing for Brexit

By STEPHEN CASTLE

Some people are warning of possible food rationing, medicine shortages and civil disorder if no deal is struck with the European Union. Brexit supporters call that fear-mongering.

It Once Caused Earthquakes. Now a Driller in Britain Tries Fracking Again

By STANLEY REED

Battling big expense and persistent protests, Cuadrilla Resources returns to again attempt shale gas production after its first effort triggered small tremors.

How a Seafloor Blob Became Mexico’s β€˜Black Gold’

By NATALIE SCHACHAR

A frenzy for sea cucumbers, driven by demand in Asia, has brought their populations near collapse in the waters off the Yucatán Peninsula.

How a Seafloor Blob Became Mexico’s β€˜Black Gold’

By NATALIE SCHACHAR

A frenzy for sea cucumbers, driven by demand in Asia, has brought their populations near collapse in the waters off the Yucatán Peninsula.

How a Seafloor Blob Became Mexico’s β€˜Black Gold’

By NATALIE SCHACHAR

A frenzy for sea cucumbers, driven by demand in Asia, has brought their populations near collapse in the waters off the Yucatán Peninsula.

Trilobites: The Elephant Bird Regains Its Title as the Largest Bird That Ever Lived

By DOUGLAS QUENQUA

A study seeks to restore the elephant bird’s heavyweight title, finding one member of a previously unidentified genus of the birds could have weighed more than 1,700 pounds.

Trilobites: The Elephant Bird Regains Its Title as the Largest Bird That Ever Lived

By DOUGLAS QUENQUA

A study seeks to restore the elephant bird’s heavyweight title, finding one member of a previously unidentified genus of the birds could have weighed more than 1,700 pounds.

A Breakthrough for U.S. Troops: Combat-Ready Pizza

By DAVE PHILIPPS

The latest entree to join the Army’s roster of M.R.E. field rations is a Sicilian-style slice that stays fresh for years and took decades to develop.

A Breakthrough for U.S. Troops: Combat-Ready Pizza

By DAVE PHILIPPS

The latest entree to join the Army’s roster of M.R.E. field rations is a Sicilian-style slice that stays fresh for years and took decades to develop.

Saltmarsh Sparrows Fight to Keep Their Heads Above Water

By JAMES GORMAN

Rising sea levels are bringing more nest-flooding tides that threaten to push the birds that breed in coastal marshes along the Atlantic Coast to extinction.

Saltmarsh Sparrows Fight to Keep Their Heads Above Water

By JAMES GORMAN

Rising sea levels are bringing more nest-flooding tides that threaten to push the birds that breed in coastal marshes along the Atlantic Coast to extinction.

ScienceTake: What Do Ducks Hear? And Why Do We Care?

By JAMES GORMAN

To develop acoustic warning devices that might save sea ducks from getting caught in fishing nets scientists are studying their underwater hearing.

Meet Iceland’s Whaling Magnate. He Makes No Apologies.

By TRYGGVI ADALBJORNSSON

Kristjan Loftsson’s company is the last one in the world still hunting fin whales. His credo: “If it’s sustainable, you hunt.”

Alan Rabinowitz, Conservationist of Wild Cats, Dies at 64

By RICHARD SANDOMIR

Mr. Rabinowitz made it his life’s mission to preserve lions, tigers, leopards and cheetahs after childhood encounters with a jaguar at the Bronx Zoo

See the Scars That Oil Exploration Cut Across Alaska’s Wilderness

A huge grid covers the landscape just outside the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, from seismic testing for oil and gas. Parts of the refuge itself could soon look the same way.

Hold Still, Butterflies. Britain Is Counting.

By YONETTE JOSEPH

Tens of thousands of volunteers are being sought for a survey of butterflies and day-flying moths, which are important indicators of an environment’s health.

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