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Mythical dragon shaped dinosaur’s fossils found in China

Mythical dragon shaped dinosaur’s fossils found in China It was in 2006 when a site was found by construction workers. For many it was just another find. But that was not the case. The fossils of the herbivorous Qijianglong guokr was realised to be of something historic and hence it was preserved. And the credit […]

New tech allows to unboil a hard-boiled egg This is going to be a revolutionary development as far as science is concerned. Researchers have come out with a method to unboil a hard-boiled egg that they can actually use for cancer research and in other scientific fields. University of California, Irvine scientists have been able […]

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Woman mauled by black bear A woman was grievously injured by a massive black bear when she went too close to him. A San Francisco Chronicle report says that the woman went too close to the 400-pound bear as she made an effort to pet him. The incident happened early yesterday in Dade City, Fla. […]

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Fish colony under Antarctic ice sheet: Stones give life to fish by delivering nutrients Fish have surprised scientists by being too hardened to survive even under 2,500 feet of Antarctic ice. It was an utter shock for scientists when after drilling for 2,500 feet they found a large number of fish under the freezing water. […]

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Sudden deaths of 100 aquatic birds cause of worry The sudden deaths of at least 100 aquatic birds have left researchers stumped. Moreover, it has also been found that the feathers of many more than 300 other birds have been coated in San Francisco Bay. Following this development researchers have got down to study to […]

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Zebra stripes keep them cool, calm Black and white stripes on Zebras have always intrigued scientists across the world. Sometimes ago there was a report that claimed that zebras stripes were of great help for them as they drove of flies and other dangerous insects. Now a latest study conducted by National Geographic suggests that […]

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Dinosaurs ruled the world till 66 million years ago London: Dinosaurs flourished in Europe until the asteroid impact that wiped them out 66 million years ago, a new study shows. By looking at the variety and ages of their fossils, the team of British researchers has determined that dinosaurs remained diverse in European ecosystems very […]

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Comet Lovejoy visible in USĀ  Star gazers are going to get the best view of the much talked about comet Lovejoy. The comet with a very long tale will arrive on the scene again. But it will happen only after 8000 years. So when it comes after 8000 years there are chances that the humans […]

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Killer whale calf J50 ‘definitely’ not a boy When a whale calf was born after a two years lull it grabbed headlines. The focus was shifted on the calf as their species that lived in southern Canadian waters had become endangered in 2005. In this background, the arrival of the new member, J50, on or […]

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Whale’s genes promise to make humans young forever Bowhead whale are at the centre of scientific study. The reason that led scientists to zero on this whale has been their ability to live long. It is understood that they are the longest living mammal on earth maybe 200 years. To know what allow them to […]

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Annual Bird Count Brings Strange Sightings The Audubon Christmas Bird Count is nothing new in this part of the world. For years it has been done on annual basis. And in 2015 it continues through Monday. Interestingly, this year is being touted as a good one in the sense of the numbers of bird sighted. […]

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Indonesia frog gives birth to froglets in its hideout Living beings have their own ways of reproduction. It varies from animal to animal. Unlike the humans frogs have different ways to reproduce. It is well known fact that it lays unfertilized eggs. However, this is not the same story with all frogs. There are some […]

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Fanged frog with internal fertilization discovered, bears live tadpoles fanged frogs seem to have amazed many researchers. They were startled when they recently found that a group of fanged frogs actually give birth to live tadpoles rather than laying eggs. They had never actually dreamt it in their wildest dreams. This finding is going viral […]

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Intoxicated birds slur as drunken humans, a latest study has found When drunken, men slur as they have no idea as to what they do or say, birds too do the same. A latest study has concluded that birds too tend to slur like humans when inebriated. The latest findings have come after extensive research […]

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