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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.

Giant alien world detected in a place where it shouldn’t be

Giant alien world detected in a place where it shouldn’t be

Led by a U. S. graduate understudy a group of space experts has uncovered a planet which shouldn't be located in the place it is, raising inquiries concerning how planetary frameworks structure.

The 2011 Japan tsunami was a result of biggest fault slip recorded in history

The 2011 Japan tsunami was a result of biggest fault slip recorded in history

As per three studies published daily the largest fault slip recorded in the history was a direct cause of the 2011 Japan tsunami causing mass destruction and loss of life.

Extreme magnetic fields shape universe's biggest explosions

Extreme magnetic fields shape universe's biggest explosions

Carole Mundell, a teacher of extragalactic cosmology at Liverpool John Moores University, who headed a new study, said that gamma-beam blasts are the most compelling molecule quickening agents in the universe.

Researchers have caught their best view yet of how compelling attractive fields shape superfast streams from the most effective eruptions in the universe.

Cassini mission catches staggering high determination activity

Cassini mission catches staggering high determination activity

NASA's Cassini mission has caught a staggering high-determination activity of the hallucinogenic plane stream reputed to be Saturn's Northern Hexagon.

The bizarre polygonal article is a mainland estimated six-sided typhoon with 200 mph winds that twists around Saturn's north shaft.

400000-yr-old clue to human origins excites researchers

400000-yr-old clue to human origins excites researchers

The most senior human DNA ever discovered, from a 400,000-year-old thigh skeletal substance in Spain, might lead researchers to overhaul humanity's family tree.

Ring-tailed Lemurs first ones to sleep at same place

Ring-tailed Lemurs first ones to sleep at same place

Researchers concentrating on ring-tailed lemurs have now recorded the first instance of wild primates utilizing the same holes and fissure for their daily nap.

Florida witnesses death of 10 whales and dozens being stranded

Florida witnesses death of 10 whales and dozens being stranded

Untamed life laborers in pontoons battled unsuccessfully Wednesday to persuade about four dozen pilot whales out of unsafe shallow waters in Florida's Everglades National Park, planning to extra them the destiny of 10 others that as of recently had perished.

Several secrets to be revealed by youngest known X-ray binary

Several secrets to be revealed by youngest known X-ray binary

Consistent with the reports from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, stargazers utilizing NASA's Chandra X-flash Observatory and the Australia Telescope Compact Array have recognized a youthful supernova leftover.

NASA hopes to grow a garden on moon by 2015

NASA hopes to grow a garden on moon by 2015

40 years back the first man who stepped on moon, Neil Armstrong set a new limit for humans by setting foot on it but scientists at NASA's Ames Research Center in California are hoping to make plants grow there.

The Lunar Plant Growth Habitat project is preparing to plant some basil, turnips and even garden flowers on the moon by the end of the year 2015.

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