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A new species of Monstrillopsis (Crustacea, Copepoda, Monstrilloida) from the lower Northwest Passage of the Canadian Arctic. In adult form, the beast uses eight bristly legs to paddle its mostly translucent body through the dark water. It has one weak eye, no mouth, and...
NASA astronauts aboard the International Space Station have introduced the world’s most popular toy to outer space. That moment when spinner got to the space, and all the stunts on the Ground now look very primitive, reports Rus.Media. To the International...
A revolutionary new project at Hellisheiði Power Station in South Iceland could mark a turning point in the fight against climate change. The project, called CarbFix, has developed a way to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, pump it...
Once a species is considered extinct, it usually stays that way. But not so for an Australian stick insect that had been considered extinct since the early 1920s, and officially extinct by 1986. Alas, they have come back from...
A new analysis of Neanderthal DNA showed today’s humans have more of it than scientists previously thought. A new research has found that many modern humans are carrying around way more Neanderthal DNA than scientists had previously thought. Earlier genetic...
A new research suggests higher temperatures could release more carbon than we thought, potentially creating a dangerous feedback loop that would cause the planet to get hotter and hotter. Carbon dioxide in the air is causing the planet to warm—but...
The massive one-trillion tonne iceberg that broke off in Antarctica in July, has just revealed a hidden ecosystem that was frozen for nearly 120,000 years. As the iceberg, known as A-68, moves away from the Larsen C ice shelf and...
A new research published this week in the Astrophysical Journal has found that an uneven ring of dust is probably to blame for the strange dimming and brightening of a star — named KIC 8462852, commonly known as Tabby's...
The Liberian Greenbul was first recorded as being spotted in a forest during the early 1980s, but has escaped the search of experts for decades. Now University of Aberdeen scientists believe the bird is actually a common Iceterine Greenbul, but...
David Meade, who spoke about the doomsday, has now said that the "end of the world will begin from October 21." The day before he foretold the apocalyptic prophecy, Meade said he expects “nothing to happen in September”, according to...

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