THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

WEB INTERN – FEBRUARY, 2013 TO PRESENT

MARCH 13, 2013

‘Killer dolphins’ escape? Not so fast.

‘Killer dolphins’ escape: A story of highly-trained killer dolphins escaping from a Ukrainian military facility has turned out to be a hoax. But there is such a thing as a military dolphin. Read more

Dolphin Escape

MARCH 12, 2013

Washington sinkhole: What’s with all the sinkholes anyway?

The appearance of a small sinkhole Tuesday has closed down an entire block in Washington D.C. Why are there so many sinkholes? Read more

Washington Sinkhole

MARCH 7, 2013

100,000 ‘killer’ bees attack Florida park rangers

100,000 ‘killer’ bees attack: A pair of park rangers in Tampa, Fla., were hospitalized after disturbing a hive of what are likely Africanized ‘killer’ bees, a hybrid species introduced in the Americas in the 1950s. Read more

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FEBRUARY 27, 2013

New Jersey ‘sea monster’ is likely a lamprey

Photos of an eel-like creature captured in New Jersey have gone viral, prompting speculations of a ‘sea monster.’ The animal appears to be a sea lamprey, a type of parasite common in northern Atlantic waters, experts say. Read more

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FEBRUARY 8, 2013

Thang Dinh Tran loves maps and Vietnam. That may put him in the eye of a storm.

His passion for all things Vietnamese has combined with his passion for old maps, placing him at the center of a territorial dispute between Vietnam and China. Read more

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