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Looks like the smallest shark in the world?

Looks like the smallest shark in the world?

In 1979, in the Eastern part of the Pacific ocean, the biologists caught the world's smallest shark. Its body length was equal to only 40 centimeters, so she was given a very plain name of "the American pocket shark". Whether beca...

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2019-07-21

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Scientists have found a way to protect themselves from earthquakes — it will cost 6 billion rubles

Scientists have found a way to protect themselves from earthquakes — it will cost 6 billion rubles

Although seismic activity in Russia is mainly evident only in the South and East of the country, for other countries the problem of sudden occurrence of earthquakes is very important. Tremors can present a huge danger for the popu...

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2019-07-20

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Like mushrooms-parasites turn ants into zombies?

Like mushrooms-parasites turn ants into zombies?

Probably, in the world there is no person who never in my life watched movies about zombies — dead creatures and began to hunt on living creatures. For some people it's hard to believe that the living dead really do exist, and rep...

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2019-07-18

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Can a fish swallow a shark?

Can a fish swallow a shark?

Sharks are considered one of the most dangerous inhabitants of sea depths — on account of some of the types . However, on the seabed can be found and harmless predators that only feed on carrion and sometimes become victims themse...

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2019-07-14

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Females 500 species of fish can quickly turn into males. How and why do they do it?

Females 500 species of fish can quickly turn into males. How and why do they do it?

Almost all of us are convinced that the gender of each living organism is determined during development in the womb and continue throughout life. However, in nature there are about 500 species of fish, which if necessary can chang...

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2019-07-12

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Scientists have figured out where there were man-eating sharks that kill people

Scientists have figured out where there were man-eating sharks that kill people

Extinct approximately 2.6 million years ago the Megalodon shark was the largest and most dangerous predatory shark that ever existed on Earth. Today the largest predatory shark is the white shark, she's a man-eater. On account of ...

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2019-07-07

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What would happen if the world will be a forest the size of a continent?

What would happen if the world will be a forest the size of a continent?

Recently, an Australian research team Breakthrough — National Centre for Climate Restoration have declared that global warming can . To somehow slow down the process of global rising temperatures, people need to put on Earth a bil...

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2019-07-07

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After Chernobyl: why plants don't get cancer?

After Chernobyl: why plants don't get cancer?

Chernobyl became a synonym for disaster. The nuclear disaster of 1986, about which spoke the whole world, thanks to the TV series from HBO, have caused thousands of cancer patients turned the once densely populated district in the...

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2019-06-25

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In the United States discovered one of the largest reserves of fresh water

In the United States discovered one of the largest reserves of fresh water

In the 1970-ies, during the search of fossil fuels beneath the Atlantic ocean, oil companies often run across the fresh water. These findings hinted at the fact that somewhere under the salty water of the so-called aquifer, which ...

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2019-06-25

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Scientists have found, what it consists of and why the need for green icebergs

Scientists have found, what it consists of and why the need for green icebergs

most of the icebergs painted in white or blue, but in the early XX century, sailors discovered another kind of ice blocks — they have a green tint. Their unusual appearance has long puzzled scientists, because they couldn't find h...

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2019-03-08

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Scientists have said, what else ate human ancestors

Scientists have said, what else ate human ancestors

Scientists are constantly studying our ancestors, to answer many questions about their lives. One of the tools that helps this, is the isotopic analysis of the bones: so, he was able to find out how often they ate the Neanderthals...

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2019-02-23

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Under the ice of Greenland found a huge crater: how many?

Under the ice of Greenland found a huge crater: how many?

In November 2018 under the Greenland glacier Hiawatha were found with a diameter of about 31 kilometers. Geologists were very surprised to find, as they already tend to think that thick layer of ice fully aligns like depression. T...

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2019-02-12

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9 events and phenomena that science can not yet explain

9 events and phenomena that science can not yet explain

People have solved a lot of the earth's mysteries and secrets, and even visited the moon. But there are a large number of phenomena and phenomena that still defy explanation. Of course, scientists have hypotheses, theories and ass...

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2019-02-04

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The big Bang could create a

The big Bang could create a "mirror Antiveleni" of our Universe

the Big Bang could produce not just our Universe. Ours might be a mirror of the "antimatter" where time flows backwards, and the space is mirrored. This statement was made by canadian physicists from the Perimeter Institute for th...

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2019-01-09

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Checking for care: what is unusual about this picture of the lunar Crescent?

Checking for care: what is unusual about this picture of the lunar Crescent?

we All know that the day sky different from the night. A truly mesmerizing night and day — at best — blind. And boring it is. Night, stars, satellites, milky Way, planets, Moon. And the day only the Moon. But wait… Astronome...

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2018-12-08

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Why pygmies in the jungle are so low. Appeared possible explanation

Why pygmies in the jungle are so low. Appeared possible explanation

a Group of scientists from the Institute for advanced study in Toulouse, Harvard University, the University of Exeter and the University of California came up with a theory to explain the low growth of pygmies living in the jungle...

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2018-11-09

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Scientists have recorded the eerie

Scientists have recorded the eerie "singing" of the Antarctic Ross ice shelf

Scientists call it "singing", but our hearing is produced by the Antarctic glacier sounds more like the soundtrack to the denouement of some horror movie. Researchers from the American geophysical Union, recorded this creepy buzz,...

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2018-10-17

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Environmentalists believe that the modern lawn more harm than good

Environmentalists believe that the modern lawn more harm than good

a Group of local environmentalists, one from Australia, one from Sweden, outlined in a paper published in the journal Science, his view of the modern rethinking of the lawn. In his work Maria Ignatieva and Marcus Hedblom note that...

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2018-10-13

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Biologists have discovered the first immortal creature

Biologists have discovered the first immortal creature

On our planet inhabited by many creatures that can not a little surprise. sometimes nature can create truly amazing and unique living organisms. The life cycle of any organism begins with birth and ends with death. This is a natur...

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2018-09-30

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In new Mexico suddenly closed the Observatory.

In new Mexico suddenly closed the Observatory. "Alien telescope have not seen" says the Director

a week Passed since then, as national solar Observatory in Sanspot, new Mexico, was closed, employees were evacuated and instructed by FBI agents. Undisclosed "security issues" that it's all a cover up, remain a mystery to the pub...

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2018-09-17

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