A new study conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Adelaide has been claiming that it was humans, who have been responsible for the Tasmanian Tiger or thylacine's demise. Found all over Tasmania prior to the European settlement in the year 1803, the thylacine was known as a unique marsupial.
Morning walk on a beach proved not only healthy for Ken Wilman, but made him rich in just an instant. While Wilman was having a walk on Morecambe beach near Battery with his boxer dog Madge, the dog dug out a smelly and dirty yellow rock. Wilman without knowing what it was dragged his dog home, and looked for it on the internet to know what that smelly thing was.
A new study has found that while going to some place on the foot, humans can conserve their energy by swapping between walking and running. The first of its kind study published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface supports the concept that human body has innate sense that when it's on a move, how it can conserve and optimize its energy.
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