A huge basking shark of 3.5 tonnes and 20-foot (6.3-meter) long was captured off the coast of Portland in southern Australia. The huge fish was given to the museum of the city to conduct research on its presence in these … Continue reading A huge basking shark caught in Australia!
A new species of octopus very cute, which is straight out of a cartoon , will soon be listed by the researchers. The little pink animal is 18 centimeters in diameter , about the size of a human fist. It … Continue reading A mini octopus that seems a sort of Finding Nemo!
Detectives anti-poaching rely on genetic analysis to target poachers and ivory smugglers. “We have samples of poop from Togo!”, Announced in February Samuel Wasser, head of the Center for Conservation Biology at the University of Washington, in Seattle, carrying a … Continue reading DNA traces to save elephants
A team just determined the complete mitochondrial genome of a steppe bison specimen from a bone fragment dating back 19,000 years old found in the cave of Trois Freres in the Ariege. The cousins with the current species emerges reinforced. … Continue reading Deciphered the genome of a bison 19,000 years old