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To get past these limitations, scientists have proposed creating self-disseminating vaccines that would naturally spread in wild populations.

Carolina won its final three games of the regular season to ensure a wild-card bid in the playoffs and then proceeded to shock the hockey world with an opening-round, upset win over the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals.

The playoffs will include every division’s first- and second-place teams, along with two extra wild cards from each league.

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The Santa Fe team’s theory is currently “an important proof of principle” — “an organization scheme create some reasonable order in that wild west of biology,” Laubichler said.

It’s not clear yet whether eggs survive in this way in the wild.

If any go wild, it can cause over 130 different types of brain diseases.

After scientists realized that these wild animals could get sick, practices changed.

They could use special lights to search for the animals to survey their presence in the wild.

Sickness or wild weather can force schools to shutter their doors, sometimes for weeks or months.

Some pandas raised at the Chengdu facility will eventually be released into the wild.

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