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Meet the man who's survived a snake, bear and shark attack

Added: 22.04.2018 20:47 | 1 views | 0 comments

A 20-year-old outdoorsman bitten by a shark had previously survived a bear attack and snake bite.

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From: www.bbc.co.uk

Benevento relegated after late Crotone winner

Added: 22.04.2018 19:08 | 0 views | 0 comments

Benevento's 1-0 victory over AC Milan on Saturday was not enough to prevent their relegation from Serie A, which was confirmed by Crotone's 2-1 win at Udinese on Sunday. Roberto De Zerbi's side picked up their first away league triumph of the season at San Siro courtesy of Pietro Iemmello's strike, keeping their slim survival ...]

From: www.soccernews.com

Could you spend a year on the road with your family?

Added: 22.04.2018 14:26 | 22 views | 0 comments

These insider tips will help you survive a one-week vacation with your friends and family — or a one-year odyssey.

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From: rssfeeds.usatoday.com

The Mass-Shooting Survivor Network

Added: 22.04.2018 12:38 | 23 views | 0 comments

“Talking to others has helped me realize that I’m not a crazy person.”

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After air accidents, survivors grapple with flying again

Added: 21.04.2018 19:47 | 2 views | 0 comments

"If you don't get back immediately, you may never get back on that plane," said the survivor of an emergency landing.

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Agony releases on May 29th, brand new screenshots revealed

Added: 21.04.2018 18:47 | 5 views | 0 comments

Madmind Studio has announced that its first-person survival horror game, Agony, will be released on May 29th.

From: n4g.com

Keeping Earth alive: How photosynthesis is essential to our survival

Added: 21.04.2018 18:07 | 1 views | 0 comments

Humans depend on plants for survival - they help provide us with food, fuel, medicine, oxygen, and so much more. And plants' survival depends on one incredible natural process: Photosynthesis. Here's how it works.

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Portable device to sniff out trapped humans

Added: 21.04.2018 17:09 | 3 views | 0 comments

The first step after buildings collapse from an earthquake, bombing or other disaster is to rescue people who could be trapped in the rubble. But finding entrapped humans among the ruins can be challenging. Scientists now report the development of an inexpensive, selective sensor that is light and portable enough for first responders to hold in their hands or for drones to carry on a search for survivors.

From: feeds.sciencedaily.com

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