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While the museums and the National Zoo will close on Christmas Day, they will operate as usual through January 1
The dino-bird hybrid boasts a stubby tail, clawed wings and sharp teeth
After only a few decades of domestic breeding, friendly foxes have social behavior woven into their genes
Moke, the National Zoo’s first infant gorilla in nine years, enlivens the primate house with chatter and play.
Jamestown Rediscovery archeologists use new technology to uncover the bones of one of the first English colonists
What dead crows can teach us about the connections between sex and aggression
Rodents suffer from the same sunk cost fallacy that makes it so hard for humans to call it quits
What clownfish stepfathers and Dad-of-the-Year foxes teach us about paternal neurochemistry in the animal kingdom
As urbanization continues to push wildlife to the brink, humans may need to reevaluate their role in habitat destruction
The $247.5 million aircraft could revive supersonic flight for civilians
The labs have been deployed in Lake Erie, where blooms of toxic algae have made water undrinkable in past years.
The so-called “Siren of Shenandoah” stole weapons and carried letters in service to the Confederacy
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Sybil Ludington has been honored for her contributions to the American Revolution, but there's little to indicate they were real
There were just 15 whooping cranes left in 1952. Today there are around 600