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Experts are concerned that the hornets could decimate honeybee hives on the continent.
Shark trackers called the gathering off the coast of Cape-aux-Meules a "very interesting" sight.
Fifty countries, including the U.S., were reported to still be "near the peak of their infection curve," according to data compiled by Reuters.
Whether or not the "Resurrection plate" ever existed has long been a hot topic of debate in the field of geology.
In an effort to prevent a second wave of COVID-19 affecting Quebec, officials for the city have approved new rules that will allow police to issue fines for people who don't wear masks in public places.
Penumbral lunar eclipses occur when the moon passes through the more diffuse part of the Earth's shadow, known as the penumbra.
Annular solar eclipses occur when a new moon passes in front of the sun, covering almost the entirety of the star's face apart from the very edges, leaving a characteristic "ring of fire."
Since he was tagged last October, Ironbound has traveled over 2,700 miles.
CT scans of four ancient skulls suggest the early settlers of North America were more biologically diverse than previously thought.
"It's very exciting for us to find this young snake," researcher Jim Godwin from Auburn University said.
Satellite image shows a cirrus cloud stretching from Nebraska to Michigan.
Cretodus houghtonorum lived during the Late Cretaceous period, a time when a huge waterway divided North America.
The annual Global Terrorism Index said that the number of terrorist deaths worldwide fell significantly from 2017 to 2018.
"Unfortunately, this information will likely confuse consumers," one expert told Newsweek.
"The weather affects every place on the Earth, from our backyard to entire forested, agricultural, or oceanic landscapes," an expert told "Newsweek."
Mega-fires have become the "new norm" in some states.
Russia has declared a state of emergency in several Siberian regions in response to the wildfires, which are burning an area of around 2.7 million hectares.
Scientists looked at over 24,000 surveys on the insects by citizen researchers.
Mexico's plan points to the failure of the decades-long international war on drugs.
"The human consequences of this, particularly drying over large parts of North America and Eurasia, are likely to be severe," the authors warned.
Alligator gars are often referred to as "living fossils" because they have not changed much since the time of their earliest ancestors.
Scientists discovered the hidden fluorescence by accident.
The 1944 book has chilling details about Jewish communities across the U.S. and Canada.
The gem is roughly the size of a chicken egg.
"Seeing our neighbors making progress should put much more pressure on us to get it right and ditch our outdated federal marijuana policy," Democrat Congressman Earl Blumenauer from Oregon told Newsweek.
"If we don't see something happen in 2019, almost all of us will be takeout targets for Canadian players."
Representative Earl Blumenauer told Newsweek he sees a legal cross-border North American market as "not just possible" but "probable."
"Dragon Ball Super: Broly" is the twentieth film in the franchise and will bring the Legendary Super Saiyan into canon continuity.