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In north Carolina, Crocodile came first before Dinosaurs


A New findings discovered that crocodile ruled the North Carolina and was the top predator before dinosaur came. The said crocodile was about 9 feet tall. This early predecessor of the modern crocodile was known as Carnufex carolinensis and it’s believed to have preyed on other reptiles and prehistoric mammals, while …

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Study reveals Pythons Consumes other animal to Extinction


A New study reveals that Burmese Python might be the culprit behind the loss of other smaller animals at Everglade’s National Park. Two years ago, it can’t be proven. According to the news report, The Miami Herald, the study confirms biologists doubts on the python’s effects on small mammals. Researchers had …

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Data reveals Arctic sea ice to lowest this winter

Arctic sea ice  

Scientists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) reveals the Arctic sea ice has reached to record winter low level this year. Arctic sea ice typically reaches a high point around February or March, as it expands with colder temperatures. According to the latest figures from the NSIDC, …

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Czech tourist attacked by Polar Bear in Arctic

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A polar bear attacked tourist from Czech giving minor injuries while he was sleeping in his tent on the remote Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. Police spokesman Vidar Arnesen said the man was among a group of six that was on a combined ski and snow scooter trip on the remote …

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Butcher Crocodile lived before Dinosaurs, says Scientists


Scientists have discovered pre-dinosaurs crocodile fossils, a 9-foot-tall beast with bladelike teeth that stalked around 230 million years ago in North Carolina region. Now called Carnufex carolinensis, the crocodile ancestor likely walked on its hind legs, preying on armored reptiles and early mammal relatives in its ecosystem, the researchers say. …

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Milky Way filled with Billions of Life Supporting Planets

Milky way with full of planets  

A new study astronomers say there are billions of stars in Milky Way having up to three life supporting planets around them. By analysing these planetary systems, researchers from the Australian National University and the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen have calculated the probability for the number of stars in the …

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Darwin’s animals now placed on family tree


The discovery of strangest animals by Darwin some 180 years ago now have been pinned down by researchers on family tree. The two are rhinoceros-shaped animal with head like a hippopotamus and an ancient horselike animal with long snout. The new study reveals that these ungulates (hooved animals) native to …

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