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#SciAmBlogs Thursday – Thalidomide, coral guards, tool-using cockatoo, carnivorous harp sponge, last Ethiopian wolves, and more.

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- Judy Stone – From the Holocaust to Thalidomide: A Nazi Legacy

 

- Christie Wilcox – Coral Recruits Goby Bodyguards Against Seaweed Assassins

 

- Jason G. Goldman – Clever Captive Cockatoo Creates Tool, A First For His Species

 

- Becky Crew – New carnivorous harp sponge discovered in deep-sea

 

- John R. Platt – Last 500 Ethiopian Wolves Endangered by Lack of Genetic Diversity

 

- Ashutosh Jogalekar – Occam, me and a conformational medley

 

- Stuart Firestein – Jail for Ignorance

 

- Melissa C. Lott – The Energy Opportunity in Wasted Heat

 

- Dana Hunter – Interlude: “Lateral Blasts of Great Force”

 

- Kate Clancy – The Ladybusiness Lab is Hiring

 

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