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The Daily Record
2013-12-11

ANNAPOLIS — If Maryland experiences heavy snowfall this winter, biologists predict the Chesapeake Bay could experience above-average levels of bacteria and toxic algae blooms during the summer.

The Almagest
2013-12-09

Mating with more than one male increases reproductive success for female prairie dogs, despite an increase in risks.

Explore B2B
2013-12-06

While polygamy can increase the risk of exposure to diseases and parasites, the likelihood that female prairie dogs will give birth to more offspring often makes mating with more than one male wort

Delmarva Now
2013-12-05

There was a time in the not-so-distant past when hurricanes and tornadoes were difficult to predict. People often didn't find out about them until they made visual contact with the storms.

RedOrbit
2013-12-05

While polygamy can increase the risk of exposure to diseases and parasites, the likelihood that female prairie dogs will give birth to more offspring often makes mating with more than one male wort

Z News (India)
2013-12-05

Washington: A new study has suggested that mating with more than one male increases reproductive success for female prairie dogs, despite an increase in risks.

News Track India
2013-12-05

Washington, Dec 05 (ANI): A new study has suggested that mating with more than one male increases reproductive success for female prairie dogs, despite an increase in risks.

Science Daily
2013-12-04

Mating with more than one male increases reproductive success for female prairie dogs, despite an increase in risks.

Physorg
2013-12-04

Mating with more than one male increases reproductive success for female prairie dogs, despite an increase in risks.