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What’s the largest terrestrial organism?

The giant sequoia? Nope. The African elephant? Not even close. The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) December 1 Soils Matter blog post shares that the largest land organism is ... a fungus! Science Daily, 2 months ago

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Abominable Snowman? Nope: Study ties DNA samples from purported Yetis to Asian bears

The Yeti or Abominable Snowman -- a mysterious, ape-like creature said to inhabit the high mountains of Asia -- looms large in the mythology of Nepal and Tibet. Now, a new DNA study of purported Yeti samples from museums and private collections is providing ...
 Science Daily2 months ago

Director Ron Howard just created 'The Jungle Book' and 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' connection

Director Jon Favreau has joined the cast of Solo: A Star Wars Story as the voice of an alien. Favreau had shared a photo of himself alongside the Solo director, Ron Howard, and its writer Lawrence Kasdan on Twitter earlier this month. @RealRonHoward and ...
 DNA21 hours ago
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This video of 100 tiny, deadly spiders emerging from an egg sac is what nightmares are made of

Arachnophobes look away now, because this video of deadly baby spiders emerging from their sac for the first time is the stuff of nightmares. Footage shared by the Australian Reptile Park on Facebook shows the egg sac being carefully split open, allowing ...
 Breaking News1 month ago

Insidious: The Last Key review – Lock the door and throw away the key, please

Arguably the only successful horror movie franchise of the modern era apart from The Conjuring , the Insidious saga returns with its fourth installment, Insidious: The Last Key . Technically the second film in the series' chronology, the film sees Elize ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

This Australian fitness trainer makes workouts look sexy

Meet the fitness instructor who has been responsible for some jaw-dropping body transformations. Australian trainer Kayla Itsines, 26, is probably the most influential fitness instructor in the world.  She runs a $63 million fitness empire and has been creating a community of 'fit fanatics'. Through her social media posts, Kayla has been helping women across the world transform their bodies with her Bikini Body Guide (BBG) workout guide and her app, Sweat With Kayla.  She has also ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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This is the driver of THAT Mini seen in Salthill overnight

Twitter was alight last night with footage of a black mini with a jaunty chequered roof being driven through waves washing over the Sathill Promenade in Galway. The car can be seen facing into a flooded stretch of road, before making its way into water deep ...
 Breaking News1 month ago
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5 Desi Business Books I Recommend: From nawabs, nudes and noodles to bandhan

I read a lot and while it ranges from comics to books on product management, today I am sharing my 5 fav books related to desi businesses. The list is in no particular order. Nawab, Nudes and Noodles. Nopes – this ain’t a book full of nudity ...
 Pluggd in2 months ago

Sheena Bora Trial: The Elusive Mr Rai

In the 25 odd days that he has appeared before CBI Special Judge Jayendra Chandrasen Jagdale, you have experienced the entire range of emotions just observing him.Everything from pity to irritation. To bafflement. And shock.You have scoured his face, gazed into his eyes, watched his expressions and body language, searching vigilantly for motives.And come away no wiser.Who is Shyamvar Rai? Does anybody know?Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Super Filmi Week: Long live Bollywood!

Bollywood inspired weddings, Dharmendra's cringe-worthy attempt at realism, Sridevi and Aishwarya's painful connection and more in Sukanya Verma's Super Filmi Week. Monday Padmavati protestors can gripe all that they want, but Hindi films are an indispensable part of India's identity. Whether the escalating controversy is political, religious, sensationalised or plain foolish, all I know is everywhere I go, I witness Bollywood's reach and presence in the most reassuring manner. I was in Bali, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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