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Gene changeover that helps make 'toy' dog breeds so small existed in wolves 54,000 years ago

One of the key genetic mutations responsible for the small size of certain dog breeds, such as Pomeranians and Chihuahuas, emerged in dog relatives long before humans ... more

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Sweden: Brown bear wakes up from hibernation and kills 38 reindeer calves

According to a new study, a "very predatory" brown bear emerged from hibernation and killed 38 reindeer calves in a single month, followed by 18 young moose the next ... more

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Water on Mars may have flowed for billions of years longer than previously thought.

According to observations from a long-running Mars mission, liquid water may have flowed on the Red Planet as recently as 2 billion years ago, much later than scientists ... more

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The Queen Gambit -A Harvard Mathematician Has Resolved the 150-Year-Old Possibilities - Based Chess Challenge

Michael Simkin, a genius cum postdoctoral fellow at the Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications has presented the solution of a long-awaited query. It’s all ... more

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Can Humans Regrow Limbs? A Lab Study With Frogs Offers Hope

The research published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances, scientists claim that they became successful to regrow the legs in adult frogs. In a breakthrough ... more

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Man Begin's 'Experiment' To See How Long He Can Survive Eating Only Raw Meat

The guy launched an Instagram account where he shows daily videos of himself eating uncooked chicken breasts, whole rib-eye steaks, and drinking glasses of eggs or ... more

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Astronomers uncover a tremendous cosmic object unlike any they've ever seen before.

.Astronomers have discovered a mysterious, flickering object in the Milky Way that emits massive amounts of energy toward Earth three times every hour.This extraordinarily ... more

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The Vikings' 'blood eagle' torture was horrible — and it could have occurred.

A cruel, ritualized manner of torture and killing practiced by Nordic people during the Viking Age was so horrible that some experts questioned whether it could even be ... more

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NASA Believes It Has Found Evidence Of Life On Mars

NASA has spotted some signs of life on Mars as the Curiosity rover brought back acceptable supporting evidence. The Rocks collected by the rover are reviewed by NASA ... more

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Extra Cash For Low-Income Mothers May Influence Baby Brains

Early childhood poverty is not just a risk factor for lower academic achievement, and worse health conditions, this lack of sufficient income has been also associated with ... more

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CBD, a cannabis compound, inhibits coronavirus in a test tube, but can it treat COVID?

Researchers believe that preliminary evidence indicating that a popular non-psychoactive chemical derived from marijuana may help prevent or treat COVID-19 justifies ... more

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Thirty mummies were unearthed inside an ancient fire-scorched sacrifice edifice.

Archaeologists discovered the entrance to a 2,000-year-old family tomb hidden under a fire-scorched structure near the Nile River in Aswan, Egypt. They discovered 30 ... more

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After Million-Mile Journey, James Webb Telescope Reaches Destination

The $10-billion US telescope James Webb Space (JWST) safely reached its destination Monday afternoon.The telescope was launched on Dec. 25 last year. Nasa collaborated ... more

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Scientists Are Growing Human Hair on Mice To transplant to Bald People

Good news for bald folks! Scientists are still striving to find something genuine for hair loss. From snake oils to transplants, nothing has satisfied the generation that ... more

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Centuries-old 'impossible' math problem cracked using the bizarre physics of Schrödinger's cat

A 243-year-old arithmetic issue can only be solved through quantum entanglement, according to a new study.The arithmetic puzzle is similar to Sudoku on steroids. The ... more

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A decades-long enigma about black holes has finally been answered.

For decades, scientists have attempted to explain the various mysteries of black holes. One such conundrum that astronomers have been puzzling over is how we can see the ... more

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Hippos release poop tornado in response to stranger danger

The thunderous sounds of ordinary hippos may be heard from more than half a mile (1 kilometer) away — and when a hippo hears the booming call of an unfamiliar hippo, the ... more

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A Fetus Was Preserved Within an Egyptian Mummy Because It 'Pickled', Scientists Say

A fetus has been preserved for 2,000 years in the womb of an ancient Egyptian mummy. The fetus is thought to be conserved like a “pickle”.The Warsaw Mummy Project ... more

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Scientists Pull Animal DNA Out of Thin Air

The air sampling could transfigure the study of global biodiversity The eDNA attained from resources like water samples and soil provides a range of research materials for ... more

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Third Species of Branching Worm Discovered in Japan

A third species of branching syllid worm is found in shallow waters at Sado Island, Japan. The branching worm is named Ramisyllis kingghidorahi, which refers to King ... more