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World's largest butterfly amazes in Konya

The atlas moth, known as the world's largest butterfly, which makes its home in the Kelebekler (Butterflies) valley in the Central Anatolian province of Konya, has been amazing visitors who come to marvel at the impressive creature. The moth, ... Turkish Daily, 2 months ago
China-World's Largest Moth News Content, 3 weeks ago

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Is Atlas moth

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Black Moth Taps SRXGlobal for Subcontract Turnkey Manufacturing

Black Moth Vision Systems Pty Ltd, provider of intelligent mobile vision and communication systems, announced today it has reached a strategic manufacturing agreement with electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider SRXGlobal Australia Pty ...
 IConnect0074 weeks ago

Guest Article: The Best Oils For A Worst Case Scenario- Part 2, by Melissa Mink

(Before It's News) #4- Cedarwood (Organic-Atlas) This is a very useful but tricky oil that I would not recommend any pregnant women use. It can be ingested but needs to be an Atlas variety only. Others are toxic and cannot be ingested, so know ...
 Before It's News1 month ago

People-powered science in Africa: a boost for democracy and knowledge

Professor Amivi Kafui Tete-Benissan (left) teaches cell biology and biochemistry at the University of Lomé, in the capital of Togo. She's also a vocal activist who encourages girls to pursue science as a career path. Female students represent only ... weeks ago

Biomimicry: 5 really weird animals that have inspired science and tech

The term biomimicry will be familiar to longtime readers. Science and technology which imitates phenomena from the living natural world have featured in these pages from the beginning. Here, New Atlas takes a look at the animal kingdom (and beyond) ...
 New Atlas2 weeks ago

Should We Limit What We Take On As We Approach the End of Our Lives?

Home » Health » / no comments I have decided not to shrink back from the kind of big tasks (which take long to complete) that I have so far chosen to pursue. If I can recruit a backup, or partner, as I did when my daughter joined me in ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 weeks ago

Satellite-tracking study links population declines to Cuckoo's choice of migration route

A study tracking the migrations of Common Cuckoos with tiny satellite tags, carried out by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) over the past five years, has made a series of stunning discoveries. The results, just published in Nature ...
 British Trust for Ornithology1 month ago

Fall 2016 Children's Announcements: Publishers S-Z

Ways of the Doomed by Moira McPartlin (Oct. 1, paper, $11.99, ISBN 978-1-908643-88-9) launches the Sun Song YA trilogy set in 2089, when society is divided into the Privileged and the Native Celtic underclass. Ages 12up. Sasquatch/Little Bigfoot ...
 PublishersWeekly.com1 month ago
The Hindu

Let there be less light

Light pollution causes more harm than you would have imagined. It can alter season, confuse nocturnal wildlife and cause energy wastage. Hundreds of years ago, people just stepped out of their houses and marvelled at the beauty of the night sky ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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