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Chesapeake Bay Gets a Surprise Visitor: Manatee

Snowbird Manatee Grazing in Chesapeake Bay Waters

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The visiting of manatee on the Chesapeake Bay led the wildlife officials to suggest that the region needs some space despite it being a big body of water. The marine mammal which had gained the endangered status is probably heading ...

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Scientists Acquire Images of Spots on Black Leopards Through Infrared Flash

Scientists discover camera trick that reveals black leopards' spots

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A simple tweaking with the camera has helped scientists the spots on black leopards that are otherwise undetectable- a trick which they claim will help them tell individual animals apart and aid the animal’s conservation. Scientists studying leopards on the ...

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Seaweed that Tastes Like Bacon? Get Out!

Anyone for bacon-flavoured seaweed?

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If you attribute weird to the plant which produces both tomatoes and potatoes, this certainly will settle the score, because scientists have now created a seaweed which tastes similar to bacon. The Oregon State University Researchers have gained patent rights ...

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Bacon Of The Sea


It tastes like bacon . . . but it’s good for you. A group of researchers at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon have discovered a new health food that tastes like bacon. The team from OSU has a new, ...

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Pentaquark Particle: 50-Year-Old Puzzle Solved

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Data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) outside Geneva appears to solve a 50-year-old puzzle after proving the existence of pentaquark particle – the building blocks of matter – scientists said Tuesday. Quarks are tiny ingredients of sub-atomic particles such ...

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Elon Musk: Cause Of SpaceX Rocket Explosion Still Unknown


As previously reported, late last month, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded in mid-air three minutes into the launch sequence. The rocket had been ready to fly to the ISS (International Space Station), deliver some supplies and then return to ...

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Search for Cure of White Nose Syndrome for Saving Bats is on

Scientists at Brown University using federal grant to study mysterious fungus killing bats

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Researchers in Rhode island may be getting closer to finding out the way in which bats across North America are getting killed by the mysterious disease known as white nose syndrome.   Led by the professor at Brown University, Richard ...

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Scientists Save an Entangled Humpback from Great White Shark

Entangled Humpback Whale Rescued From Shark Attack

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The Boston Globe reports that a humpback whale attacked and entangled in rope by a prowling great white shark was fortunately freed by scientists on Saturday. The scientists were researching the gases exhaled by humpback whales and crossed paths with ...

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Black Hole Too Big For Its Galaxy

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A monster black hole has just been discovered. According to a study published in the journal Science, astronomers have located a massive black hole that appears to have affected the growth of the galaxy. Now known as CID-947, the super ...

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