Top 10 Headlines Today: Clear-Blooded Fish, Buried Treasure…

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The top 10 stories on our radar today.
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  1. Mysterious Clear-Blooded Fish Found

    “Every animal with bones has blood with hemoglobin, which binds with oxygen and makes the blood appear red.Every animal, that is, except one.” Live Science

  2. Eerie Human-Like Robot Revealed?

    The PETMAN robot is being used to test protective clothing designed for hazardous environments. CNET

  3. Spanish Shipwreck Reveals Gold Treasure

    “Using a deep sea probe named Merlin, marine archaeologists discovered the bounty lost when a flotilla of merchant ships went down 400 miles off the Florida Keys killing some 500 on board, including 121 missionaries.” Telegraph

  4. Nuclear Rocket Could Take Us to Mars?

    Experts are building components of a fusion-powered rocket aimed to clear many of the hurdles that block deep space travel, including long times in transit, exorbitant costs and health risks. PhysOrg
    Space and Tech

  5. North Korea: Facts on the Ground

    While much in North Korea is secretive, here’s what we know about a country that seems to have retreated into a very dark corner.
    National Geographic News

  6. How Red Meat Hurts the Heart

    A chemical found in red meat helps explain why eating too much steak is bad for the heart. BBC News

  7. Pollution Stunts Coral Reefs

    “Fine particles in the air resulting from burning coal or volcanic eruptions can negatively affect coral growth, a team of climate scientists and coral ecologists from the UK, Australia and Panama has discovered.” Red Orbit

  8. Tsunami Fish Ride Boat to California

    “What a long, strange trip it’s been for a small striped fish native to Japan that apparently hitched a cross-Pacific ride in a small boat believed to be part of a tide of debris from that country’s March 2011 tsunami.” Associated Press

  9. Ingredient for Life Common on Jupiter Moon

    “An analysis of infrared observations of Europa revealed that hydrogen peroxide is abundant on the ice-covered Jovian moon.”

  10. Baby Otter Gets Swim Lessons

    Baby otters don’t know how to swim. Watch as mom teaches her baby how to navigate the water at the Oregon Zoo. Buzzfeed
    Just for Fun

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Meet the Author
Christine Dell'Amore, environment writer/editor for National Geographic News, has reported from six continents, including Antarctica. She has also written for Smithsonian magazine and the Washington Post. Christine holds a masters degree in journalism with a specialty in environmental reporting from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her book, South Pole, was published in 2012.