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An electric car made of hemp is being developed by a group of Canadian companies
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Punch in nose saves man from polar bear
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"Parks Canada archeologists who found HMS Investigator, a British naval ship that was stranded in the Northwest Passage 155 years ago, are equally pleased to have discovered the graves of three of the ship's crew.
The wreck of Investigator was discovered this week at the bottom of Mercy Bay, just off Banks Island in the Northwest Territories. The site of the wreck is in Aulavik National Park.
Parks Canada archeologists located the wreck shortly after they started a sonar scan of Mercy Bay on Sunday, according to officials.
On Monday, another Parks Canada team that was searching on land found the gravesites of three Investigator crew members who died of scurvy in April 1853."
Climate Change report sets out impact on British seas
The UK's seas are experiencing warmer temperatures, rising sea levels, changes in fish stocks and declines in breeding seabirds as a result of climate change, a report showed today.
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Clouds Produced When Aircraft Inadvertently Cause Rain or Snow
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NEW BEARS ON THE BLOCK: What brought polar bears into existence some 150,000 years ago? Researchers are digging into DNA preserved in a rare bone to try to find out.
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In this photo released by Beluga Shipping on Friday, Sept. 11, 2009, a pair of German merchant ships are seen as they traverse the fabled Northeast Passage. Two German ships have traversed the fabled Northeast Passage, having arrived in Siberia from South Korea by traveling around Russia's Arctic coast line. Global warming and melting ice made the journey possible. (AP Photo/Beluga Shipping)