|Worker paints white line over dead possum on New Zealand road|
Added: 22.10.2020 19:31 | 16 views | 0 comments
A road worker who painted a white line over a dead possum in a New Zealand road has been criticised for being "disrespectful" towards the animal.
|Here’s A Recap Of 2020 So Far And It’s Painful To Read|
Added: 22.10.2020 18:07 | 2 views | 0 comments
2020 gave us things we didn’t ask for. It’s probably the worst year of your life. Australia was the first to deal with a catastrophe. Raging fires killed one billion animals and burned 18.6 million hectares of land. The US drone landed at Baghdad International Airport hitting the Iranian major general. Things got so heated ...]
|I'm Voting for Biden--Because I'm an American First|
Added: 22.10.2020 13:40 | 11 views | 0 comments
America has watched as the Republican Party stopped pursuing its animating principles of freedom and opportunity and instead gave up its voice on things that mattered.
|Sandra Oh 'Over the Moon' at new animated film|
Added: 22.10.2020 13:21 | 12 views | 0 comments
Actor Sandra Oh voices a character in new Netflix animated movie "Over the Moon." She says one of the things that excited her about the film was its diverse "variety of characters that you can see yourself in." (Oct. 22)
|Incorporating Fire in External Projects: Tips and Examples for Fireplaces|
Added: 22.10.2020 5:00 | 6 views | 0 comments
Yuval Noah Harari points out that, around 300 thousand years ago, Homo erectus, Neanderthals, and ancestors of Homo sapiens already used fire daily. According to the author of the international bestseller "Sapiens," fire created the first significant gap between man and other animals. "By domesticating fire, humans gained control of an obedient and potentially limitless force." Some scholars even believe that there is a direct relationship between the advent of the habit of cooking food (possibly due to the domestication of fire) and the shortening of the intestinal tract and growth of the human brain, which allowed human beings to develop and create everything we now have.
|Llamas may have been buried alive in ritual sacrifice by the Incas|
Added: 22.10.2020 1:01 | 16 views | 0 comments
The remains of llamas killed in mass sacrifices by the Incas have been found, and there is no sign of injury – suggesting the animals were buried alive
|Animal-based research: New experimental design for an improved reproducibility|
Added: 21.10.2020 21:20 | 11 views | 0 comments
In research, the results of studies must be precise and reproducible. Behavioral scientists have been able to demonstrate that a new experimental design can improve the reproducibility and validity of results from studies involving animal experiments.
|How to build stronger materials? A 'diabolical' beetle offers clues|
Added: 21.10.2020 20:14 | 15 views | 0 comments
The diabolical ironclad beetle can withstand bird pecks, animal stomps and even being rolled over by a Toyota Camry.
|Some animals may use their penis bone to scoop out a rival's sperm|
Added: 21.10.2020 18:19 | 2 views | 0 comments
A study of 82 bacula, the bones found in the penis of most male mammals, suggests that they may be used to displace sperm from another male already in a female’s reproductive tract
|Photographer files lawsuit against owners, handlers of Texas Longhorns' mascot Sugar Bowl incident|
Added: 20.10.2020 23:59 | 11 views | 0 comments
A former photographer for the Austin American-Statesman is suing the owners and handlers of the beloved Texas Longhorns mascot for negligence after the animal charged at him before the 2019 Sugar Bowl causing “permanent injury,” the publication said Monday.