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Rare, Deadly Snake Washes Up On California Coast

[UH OH]

  • 7 February 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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Rare, Deadly Snake Washes Up On California Coast

Recently in Southern California, a venomous sea snake washed up on the beach, leaving beachgoers in fear. However, scientists who study these marine reptiles had a different reaction, that of pure bliss and excitement. The stranded dead snake (which was dead even on discovery on Dec, 12th), was Pelamis platura, a yellow-bellied sea snake that is the most common marine snake worldwide.


Scientists Mystified By Creatures Discovered Inside Underwater Volcano

[WHAT?!]

  • 6 February 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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Scientists Mystified By Creatures Discovered Inside Underwater Volcano

As untrue as it may sound, we all have to come to terms with the fact that there are sharks that reside in volcanoes. …And no, not in the movies but in reality. Most people would easily accept a two-headed shark or an avalanche shark, but sharks living in a volcano leave a hint of doubt.


Hong Kong Has Finally Banned The Import And Export Of Ivory

[WOO]

  • 5 February 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
  • Number of views: 45
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Hong Kong Has Finally Banned The Import And Export Of Ivory
Elephant poaching has become widespread in Africa, which is why activists rejoice on the move to crack down on this malicious trade. “Hong Kong will ban the export and import of ivory,” announced the leader of the city on Wednesday. This was a move welcomed by animal welfare activists.

Found: An Ancient Fossil From A Crocodile The Size Of A Bus

[AHHH]

  • 4 February 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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Found: An Ancient Fossil From A Crocodile The Size Of A Bus

When these Paleontologists were up and about conducting their research in Tunisia, they weren’t aware they were about to make an explosive discovery, earlier unknown to science. They discovered the greatest sea-dwelling crocodile in the entire world.


North America Just Had Its Biggest Landslide In 30 Years And Nobody Even Noticed

[WOW]

  • 3 February 2016
  • Author: Vrountas
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North America Just Had Its Biggest Landslide In 30 Years And Nobody Even Noticed

Alaska is such a wide and large are with many regions that have no population that quite often things can shift and change on phenomenal levels without anyone being able to notice. This past October such a thing happened. A long a remote mountain on the Southeast side of Alaska a landslide spilled two hundred million metric tons of rock into ocean, that is equivalent of the weight of 1,104,972 blue whales hitting the water. Throwing rock and debris and also launching a tsunami that could be measure nearly one hundred miles away on a tidal gauge.


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Adorable Unconscious Koala Saved By Australian Fire Fighters

Recently, after a bush fire raged along the Victorian coast firefighters came to the aide of a koala while, the firefighters were working to put out a fire near Lorne when they came across a koala laying unconscious along the side of the road. As seen in a video circulating the internet firefighters helped hydrate the koala once she woke up then took her to safety to receive help.


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Could This Research Study On Ants Lead To The Development Of Mind Control Drugs?

            It is well known that ants have a very organized structure in their little wee bug communities.  What we do not know is how it is decided which ant becomes a food scout and which ant becomes a soldier or a guard.  Since they are all the same on a genetic basis, there must be some kind of trigger, environmental or otherwise, that would cause them to become what they do. In other words, what makes an ants behavior change to accommodate their place in ant society? 

A study done at the University of Pennsylvania shows us how ants behavioural patterns can be manipulated using enzymes.



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California Residents Feeling The Effects Of Poisonous Gas Leak In Form Of Nosebleeds, Headaches, Nausea

It was only a matter of time before the methane gas leak, in Southern California, began to cause some serious health problems for the residents in the area.  The residents of Porter Ranch in Aliso Canyon have been dealing with the ill effects of the leak since October 2015.  Some of these effects include: headaches, dizziness, nosebleeds, and an upset stomach, not to mention the revolting egg-like smell that the gas is emitting.  The problem has now gotten so bad that the people in this area are now having to leave their homes to avoid being affected further by this ongoing problem.
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This Is Why Everybody Is Going Vegetarian

A Vegetable based diet is one of the most nutritious diets on the planet!  If you choose your food right, you can totally avoid poisoning your body with GMO plagued food, questionable ingredients and preservatives. At the same time you protect your body,  you can also reap the benefits of a diet that is rich in essential vitamins and minerals like iron, vitamin C, D, A...Basically the entire alphabet

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This Town In France Runs Completely On A Food You Eat All The Time

Of all the weird stuff you read about on the internet, this one has to be one of the coolest!  A small town in France, called Albertville, uses the whey from their cheese production to make biofuel.

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Can New Insights Into Brain Chemistry Help You Predict The Exact Moment Of Your Death?

Most people have heard others refer to something called a biological clock, this is what our internal rhythm is called. There are genes in us that accumulate different levels of activity throughout the day, these genes control things like our metabolism and wakefulness just to name a few. 


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North America Just Had Its Biggest Landslide In 30 Years And Nobody Even Noticed

Alaska is such a wide and large are with many regions that have no population that quite often things can shift and change on phenomenal levels without anyone being able to notice. This past October such a thing happened. A long a remote mountain on the Southeast side of Alaska a landslide spilled two hundred million metric tons of rock into ocean, that is equivalent of the weight of 1,104,972 blue whales hitting the water. Throwing rock and debris and also launching a tsunami that could be measure nearly one hundred miles away on a tidal gauge.


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Found: An Ancient Fossil From A Crocodile The Size Of A Bus

When these Paleontologists were up and about conducting their research in Tunisia, they weren’t aware they were about to make an explosive discovery, earlier unknown to science. They discovered the greatest sea-dwelling crocodile in the entire world.


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Hong Kong Has Finally Banned The Import And Export Of Ivory

Elephant poaching has become widespread in Africa, which is why activists rejoice on the move to crack down on this malicious trade. “Hong Kong will ban the export and import of ivory,” announced the leader of the city on Wednesday. This was a move welcomed by animal welfare activists.
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Scientists Mystified By Creatures Discovered Inside Underwater Volcano

As untrue as it may sound, we all have to come to terms with the fact that there are sharks that reside in volcanoes. …And no, not in the movies but in reality. Most people would easily accept a two-headed shark or an avalanche shark, but sharks living in a volcano leave a hint of doubt.


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Rare, Deadly Snake Washes Up On California Coast

Recently in Southern California, a venomous sea snake washed up on the beach, leaving beachgoers in fear. However, scientists who study these marine reptiles had a different reaction, that of pure bliss and excitement. The stranded dead snake (which was dead even on discovery on Dec, 12th), was Pelamis platura, a yellow-bellied sea snake that is the most common marine snake worldwide.


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