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Freshwater reserves found under ocean floors

Freshwater reserves found under ocean floors

Consistent with the new study, the freshwater is found in mainland retires close Australia, China, North America and South Africa. Scientists gauge there is 500,000 cubic kilometers, or something like 120,000 cubic miles, of low-saltiness water squatted in ocean bottom supplies.

Graphene Termed as Thinnest and Strongest Material

Graphene has been termed as thinnest and strongest material

Graphene has been termed as thinnest and strongest material known so far. In a research paper published in journal AIP Advances, team of researcher from Boulder, Colorado has managed to create thin films of Graphene in a two-step process. Graphene could find application in creating cheaper solar cells, space suits, electric circuits and sensors.

Human ancestors were more craggy than expected

Human ancestors were more craggy than expected

Human precursors, at any rate some of them, were more rough and capably fabricated than researchers initially felt that they were, if the most as of late identified bones of Paranthropus boisei are any evidence.  They had effective lower arms overall suited for climbing trees, and also being bipedal.

Stranded whales were seen very close to shore

Stranded whales were seen very close to shore

Belief that an extensive aggregation of pilot whales stranded in Florida's Everglades National Park might have gone out to ocean were dashed when authorities detected seven whales that have now gone along with others swimming gradually in shallow water.

Polar bear hunt defended by Leona Aglukkaq

Polar bear hunt defended by Leona Aglukkaq

Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq is bringing a ruckus up in social media loops in the wake of posting a photograph of a naturally executed polar bear on Twitter with the inscription: "Enjoy!!"

Furthermore, she completed so while in Moscow where she is commending the 40th celebration of an assent to the preservation of polar bears.

22-yr-old spots glowing eel-like creature in UK

22-yr-old spots glowing eel-like creature in UK

A shining eel-like animal has astounded locals in the wake of being spotted swimming along the harbour in the English city of Bristol.

Alex Gordon-Lennox, 22, recognized the animal and said that it recently seemed out of the blue.

Tumor found in Great White shark

Tumor found in Great White shark

Researchers have known for more than 150 years that sharks get malignancy. But the conviction continues that the creatures don't experience the ill effects of the infection.

UAV launched from submerged submarine

UAV launched from submerged submarine

The U. S. Maritime Research Laboratory (NRL) with financing from SwampWorks at the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and the Department of Defense Rapid Reaction Technology Office (DOD/RRTO) exhibited the launch of an all-electric, power device fueled, unmanned ethereal framework (UAS) from a submerged submarine.

Fish getting stressed out due to climate change

Fish getting stressed out due to climate change

The man-emitted carbon is making the sea's pH drop, which brings about expanded causticity, a Scripps Institution of Oceanography news discharge reported.

Fish will soon bear the impact of an expansion in the sea's carbon dioxide levels.

These outcomes are novel and interesting, Martin Tresguerres, a Scripps sea life scholar and study co-author, said.

Mother sharks always swim back home to deliver their young ones

Mother sharks always swim back home to deliver their young ones

According to a latest study Shark moms come back to their original birthplaces when they themselves have to deliver their babies.

Researchers in the Bahamas affirmed that female lemon sharks come back to the spot where they were conceived when it is their opportunity to conceive an offspring.

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