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Swarm Of Bees Kills More Than 60 Endangered Penguins: South Africa

 More than 60 rare penguins have perished in South Africa after being assaulted by a swarm of bees, according to a conservation organisation.According to the Southern ... more

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New Study Reveals Why Primate Mothers Sometimes Carry Around Their Dead Infants

Occasionally when apes and monkeys die, their mothers hold on to their corpses for days, weeks, or even months. During this time, they carry the dead young around, ... more

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New Bat Viruses From Laos Identified As Closest Known Ancestors To COVID-19 Pandemic Strain

Three coronaviruses identified in horseshoe bats in Northern Laos share key similarities with Sars-CoV-2, leading to assumptions that they may be the closest known ... more

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Chinese Scientists Publish New Study Indicating That Covid-19 Has Been In The US Since September 2019

A new study published by Chinese scientists suggests that Covid-19 may have been in the US since September 2019. A new paper written by Zhouwang Yang, a professor of the ... more

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'Ugliest Building' Competition Kicks Off In China Spotlighting Bizarre And Unsightly Architecture

A public poll in China has shortlisted several structures in China for the Ugliest Buildings survey. Five years earlier, President Xi Jinping's government issued a ... more

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Scientists Create The "World's Whitest Paint," Claim It Can Eliminate Use Of Air Conditioning

Scientists have engineered the world’s whitest paint, which they believe, can eliminate the need for air-conditioning. A team of researchers led by Professor Xiulin Ruan ... more

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Worlds Largest Carbon Capture Storage Facility Begins Operation In Iceland

The world’s largest carbon capture storage (CCS) facility is now functional in Iceland. The startup which launched the facility is called Climeworks AG. It said the plant ... more

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Woman Admits Sexual Experience With Dolphin As Part Of NASA Study

A woman has recalled her sexual experience with a dolphin after taking part in a NASA study. In the late 1960s, Margaret Howe Lovatt took part in an experiment where she ... more

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New Zealand Kids Discover New Penguin Species During Field Trip

Children in New Zealand discovered a new species of ancient penguin while on a field trip. Back in 2006, the Hamilton junior naturalist club in New Zealand took a group of ... more

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Scientists Optimistic About Resurrecting The Wooly Mammoth Within Six Years, Get $15 Million For Their Initiative

Scientists are trying to bring the wooly mammoth back to life. And they have just received funding worth $15 million to make it happen. The funding was given to ... more

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China Launches First Plant That Turns Nuclear Waste Into Glass For Safer Storage

A new plant in China is turning nuclear waste into glass so that it can be stored safely. As reported by the state media, a plant in Guangyuan in the southwestern ... more

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Mexico Is Giving Away Drug Kingpin El Chapo's Safe House In Lottery

The house where former drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán sought refuge when Mexican marines had him surrounded in 2014 is now up for the lottery for anyone to grab. ... more

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Stadium Diplomacy: China Gifts Cambodia A $150 Million Stadium That Looks Like A Giant Ship

China has gifted Cambodia a $150 million sporting stadium that looks like a giant ship. Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi formally handed over the Morodok Techno National ... more

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Monkeys In Bali Are Raiding Villages To Steal Food As Number Of Tourists Who Fed Them Decrease, Watch Video

Monkeys in Bali are raiding villages after the number of tourists who fed them drops.Due to COVID restrictions, the number of tourists visiting the Sageh village in Bali ... more

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New Footage Offers First-Ever Colorized Look At The Last Surviving Tasmanian Tiger

A new colorized footage has surfaced on the internet, and it offers a glimpse of Benjamin, the last known Tasmanian Tiger to roam the Earth. Shot in 1933 in black and ... more

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Milkweed Butterflies Crack Open Caterpillars And Drink Them Alive To Attract Females, Research Suggests

Scientists have come across new evidence that suggests that Milkweed butterflies tear open caterpillars and drink them alive. They observed adult male milkweed ... more

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"You Bloody Fool," Australian Muck Duck Becomes First For Its Species To Mimic Human Voice, Study Suggests

As a first for its species, a musk dusk has been recorded on tape mimicking human speech while mating. "You bloody fool," the hand-reared male named Ripper was heard ... more

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Scientists Reveal How Tabby Cats Get Their Unique Stripes

Scientists have revealed how tabby cats get their stripes. A study published Tuesday in the science journal Nature Communications reveals how a tabby cat's genes make ... more

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Animals Are "Shape-Shifting" In Response To Climate Change, Research At Australian University Finds

According to research, some warm-blooded animals are changing their bodies in response to climate change. Sara Ryding, a researcher at Deakin University in Australia ... more

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Serial Undergarment Robber Arrested In Japan After Stealing 700 Pieces Of Women Underwear

A man has been arrested in Japan after stealing more than 700 pieces of women's underwear from coin laundromats. Police forces in the Japanese city of Beppu have arrested ... more

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Scientists In Japan Have Successfully 3-D Printed A Beef Steak

Scientists based in Japan have successfully 3D printed a hunk of wagyu beef complete with marbling. Proving that you wouldn’t need to slaughter a cow to enjoy your steak, ... more

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Website In New Zealand Is Selling The Cheap South Asian "Charpai" For $800 As Vintage Indian Daybed

A New Zealand-based home decor company is selling a cheap cot, locally known as a “charpai” for $1200. While many outside South Asia are unfamiliar with the concept, a ... more

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Over 500,000 Indian Farmers Protest Against Farm Laws In Largest Rally Since Beginning Of Campaign

More than 500,000 farmers attended a rally in India protesting against discriminatory farm laws. Over the past 8 months, tens of thousands of farmers have camped on major ... more