It's the season for end-of-the-year lists.
New@Nature.com does commendable follow-up on some science news stories of 2005, and finds out what happened with stuff.
- The missing New Jersey plague mice possibly ate each other. Eww.
- The exploding German toads were probably just crow victims.
- Yes, Spirit Rover and Opportunity are still doing their thing. (Although spiritrover hasn't updated her LJ for months.)
- A plan to help Africa actually worked: measles in Africa dropped 60% between 1999 and 2004.
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