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Criminal techniques can help track sea turtles, says study

Sea turtles are one of the planet's most cherished species. A recent study has discovered a new and unconventional method to catch up the sea turtles. British scientists are using criminal catching techniques to...

T-Rex’s short arms were actually deadly weapons, says study

A recent research has revealed that the tiny arms of T-Rex, although looked quite unimpressive, were actually vicious weapons used for slashing its victims. Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex) is believed to be one of the...

Both NASA and ESA observatories simultaneously spot recurring comet 96P

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and European Space Agency have collaborated in many occasions for specific missions and one such recent collaboration named the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory revealed an interesting thing. The...
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Male woolly mammoths more prone to fall into traps than their female counterparts

A recent study has revealed some interesting facts about the woolly mammoths that were present in present-day Siberia. It has discovered that the male woolly mammoths were more prone to meet their end in...

New Orangutan species Ape identified in Indonesia

For years, researchers were confused about the genetic peculiarity of a small population orangutan species found in Sumatra. But now they have finally confirmed that the orangutans are new species of the famous Great...

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