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!
A British research in Mozambique suggests that sweet potato consumption limits the risk and duration of diarrhea in young children. Beta-carotene present in the tuber explain these effects. Diarrhea diseases are the second cause of death in children under five … Continue reading Sweet Potato would prevent the child’s Diarrhea
According to an estimate by US biologists, the current rate of extinction for species of vertebrates, would be much higher than that recorded in ordinary times. For the loss of biodiversity, our time would therefore correspond well to a mass … Continue reading Biodiversity: The sixth extinction would have started?
The Anasazi people (Ancient Pueblo people) lived for thousands years in the area of present day called New Mexico and seemingly for no reason left their homes. Their decision is still unexplained mystery. Previously scientists believed that environmental factors like … Continue reading Wherefrom a complete population disappeared
located on the south side of the Alps. Lake Maggiore is the second largest lake in Italy and the largest in southern Switzerland. The climate is mild in both summer and winter, producing Mediterranean vegetation, with many gardens growing rare and exotic plants. … Continue reading Italy: The Borromean Islands in Lake Maggiore
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
The Vikings in the 18th century left to their journey of exploration from the Norway areas. They were cruel warriors, excellent traders and probably they had contact with the Arabic world as also. The Viking explorers in 870 discovered Iceland. … Continue reading The first real estate scandal of the history
The Carthaginian child victims mean one of the most shocking chapters in the history. The present-day Carthage is a suburb of Tunis, capital of Tunisia. It was founded in 814 BC by the Phoenicians. Everyone has heard about Hannibal, the … Continue reading A cruel historical tradition