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There’s a new way to track animals in winter

Usually when wintertime comes around, it’s a lot easier to lose track of many of the animals that researchers are trying to keep tabs on. Snow tracks were used to establish species distribution, but they were often inconclusive. However, scientists have recently discovered a new way to gather specific data from snow by sampling environmental DNA (eDNA) from elusive carnivores. What does that really mean? 

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Stop robocalls once and for all

Robocalls are not only annoying, but they scam Americans out of millions every year. Learn Kim's tricks for stopping them for good in this handy guide.

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