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How researchers filmed a giant squid in the North American waters for the first time

Gigantic Octopus Attacking Cap GIF: Edie Widder and Nathan Robinson Scientists discovered an elusive giant octopus in their deep sea habitat in American waters for the first time. These titanic whale-battling animals are rarely seen, so this observation is a thrill for both biologists and ordinary people. Giant sponges are 30-43 foot octopuses living in the sea at depths of …

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Researchers hit paying dirt with new microbial research technology

Since then, during the European Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci wrote that we humans "know more about the movement of celestial bodies than about the earth under the foot." Five hundred years and countless technical and scientific advances later, his feeling is still true. But it can soon change. In a report published in Nature Communications a team of researchers from …

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Locals stunned by bizarre creatures washed up on Victorian beach

A Victorian local was surprised when they stumbled across a bizarre-looking creature while walking along a beach in the state's southeast. Cozy Seaside Escape posted photos of the strange-looking marine animal to Facebook after it came out to sunbake on the beach in the state of the gippsland region over the weekend. The odd-looking animal is actually a catshark. This …

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NASA publishes an image of a dwarf plan

NASA presented a new image of the largest mountain on the dwarf planet Ceres, one of the largest objects in the asteroid belt that revolves between Mars and Jupiter, discovered 1801, RT In addition to being a dwarf plan, Ceres is also the most giant asteroid known in the solar system: with a diameter of about 940 kilometers, it is …

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The "scary" reality behind photo of pristine seas in Greenland

A scientist has captured a picture showing the narrow ice in Greenland. Steffen Olsen from the Meteorological Institute (DMI) says that the picture is described as "quick melting". Experts say temperatures have soured in recent weeks, which led to Greenland's annual ice melt, the magazine Yahoo! ice climatologist at the Geological Survey of Denmark and Green, Jason Box said: "The …

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Scientists discover sea of ​​fresh water under the sea – quartz

Thousands of years ago, glaciers covered much of the planet. Oceans receded as water froze in massive ice plates on the North American continent. When the Ice Age ended, the glaciers melted. Massive river delta flows out over the continental shelf. The oceans rose and fresh water was caught in sediments under the waves. Discovering during drilling for oil offshore …

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Ocean Bacteria Colonize Your Skin After Just 10 Minutes of Swimming

Photo: AP If sharks and sunburns don't scare you at the beach, perhaps this will: According to preliminary research out this week, it only takes a 10-minute swim in the ocean to get your skin covered in a fresh coat of bacteria. While that is not necessarily bad, these bacteria could be causing or increasing your risk of infection by …

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NASA's Curiosity Rover finds levels of gas on Mars that could suggest possibility of life – TechCrunch

NASA's Curiosity Rover has detected high levels of methane output during its mission on the Martian surface, the New York Times reports. The discovery, found during a measurement taking on Wednesday by the robot and observed at NASA researchers, could indicate that microbial lifeforms may have taken up residence underground on Mars. Methane is often present at higher concentrations in …

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