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favicon kvoa.com —  5+ hour, 2+ min ago

PETA Calls For Punxsutawney Phil's Retirement, Suggests Replacing Him With Persimmon Seeds

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PETA Calls For Punxsutawney Phil’s Retirement, Suggests Replacing Him With Persimmon Seeds  KVOA Tucson News...

favicon news-gazette.com —  9+ hour, 47+ min ago

UI veterinarian urging new vaccine for pet rabbits

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UI veterinarian urging new vaccine for pet rabbits  Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette...

favicon 10000birds.com —  10+ hour, 47+ min ago

Birds of Malaysia - Covering Peninsular Malaysia, Malaysian Borneo and Singapore

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When you think of the best birding in the south of Asia, it is Malaysia that comes to mind, although you are likely not to even think of the country as such: you are dreaming of the (Malaysian) province of Sabah, in the north of the island of Borneo. Most of such bird tours are branded “Borneo”, without ever mentioning the name of the country in the name of the tour. There is a bit of further irony in it: the best birding in Asia is not even on the Asian mainland! However, amongst the 200 species birdable in 2 weeks, in ... ...

favicon wspa.com —  6+ hour, 26+ min ago

Imagine Upstate STEAM Festival to return this spring

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GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 6th annual iMAGINE Upstate STEAM Festival, fueled by Fluor, returns to downtown Greenville this spring. The free festival, scheduled for April 2, will feature interactive exhibits and shows emphasizing Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) and offer pre-K through 12th-grade […]...

favicon ein.iconnect007.com —  7+ hour, 24+ min ago

Insects Help Robots Gain Better Grip

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A whole generation of gripping robots has been developed using a design concept originally known from fish fins. An international research team from Biomechanics, with participation from Kiel University (CAU), led by the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), has now optimized this gripping function inspired by insects and challenged this standard in robotics....

favicon phys.org —  7+ hour, 28+ min ago

New research on famous "supertramp" birds offers fresh evolutionary insights

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Beautiful "supertramp" birds in Southeast Asia are providing unique insights into how evolution is linked to flight ability and competition. New research testing decades-old theories has confirmed that the isolating effects of islands impact the evolution of even the species most accomplished at colonizing them—and in some surprising ways....

favicon ein.iconnect007.com —  7+ hour, 24+ min ago

Insects Help Robots Gain Better Grip

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A whole generation of gripping robots has been developed using a design concept originally known from fish fins. An international research team from Biomechanics, with participation from Kiel University (CAU), led by the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), has now optimized this gripping function inspired by insects and challenged this standard in robotics....

favicon vervetimes.com —  10+ hour, 31+ min ago

Global stocks sink after Fed says US rates will rise "soon'

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BEIJING – Global stock markets and Wall Street futures sank Thursday after the Federal Reserve indicated it will raise interest rates soon to cool inflation. London and Frankfurt opened lower. Market benchmarks in Tokyo and Seoul fell by an unusually wide margin of more than 3%. The Fed said Wednesday in a […]...

favicon hindustantimes.com —  9+ hour, 17+ min ago

NEET UG 2022: How to excel in the exam? Here is some advice from an expert

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NEET UG 2022: How to excel in the exam? Here is some advice from an expert  Hindustan Times...

favicon eurekalert.org —  1+ day ago

Zoologist solves the 100-year-old mystery of the floating phantom midge

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The freshwater aquatic larvae of the Chaoborus midge are the world’s only truly planktonic insects, regulating their buoyancy using two pairs of internal air-filled sacs, one in the thorax and the other in the seventh abdominal segment. How these insects control the volume of their air-sacs has remained a mystery. Here we reveal that bands of resilin in the air-sac’s wall are responsible for the changes in volume.... ...



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