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Despair Not This Earth

Whatever one's specific feelings are as the 45 th president of the United States takes office, there is little doubt that the past twelve months represent a moment where a grand human experiment took an unexpected turn. On one hand, it would be ...
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Food Drink Business Europe

Rare fish found in the SA rivers

Two rare fish species, only sighted a handful of times in the past two decades, have been discovered during a routine fish monitoring program in the River Torrens and the Onkaparinga River in South Australia. The program, run by Adelaide and Mount ...
 ABC Online1 day ago Seafood Investigation into EU Consumers Attitudes Shows Sustainable Supply is Essential  Food Drink Business Europe1 day ago Sustainable supply is essential for EU fish consumers  Fish Information & Services3 days ago

Fatal crocodile attacks in Australia

FATAL CROC ATTACKS IN AUSTRALIA SINCE THE SPECIES BECAME PROTECTED IN 1971: * NT: 23 fatal; 50 non-fatal * Qld: 9 fatal; 19 non-fatal * WA: 2 fatal; 12 non-fatal * Fatality rate (% of people killed during attacks) is 30.4% for Australia. * On ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia1 day ago
Yahoo! Finance

Inje Icefish Festival to Make Grand Return

INJE, South Korea, Jan. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Inje Icefish Festival, the originator of South Korea's various winter festivities, is just one day away after two years of dormancy due to abnormal weather conditions. View photosInje icefish ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 day ago

'Beyond Good and Evil 2': everything we know so far

For years, it was unclear whether there would ever be a Beyond Good and Evil 2 . The original Beyond Good and Evil came out way back in 2003, and although it earned good reviews and a cult following, underwhelming sales cast doubt on the possibility ...
 Digital Trends1 day ago Beyond Good and Evil 2: news, rumors, and everything we know  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago
Australian Department of Agriculture and Food

Sixty Percent of Primates Are Facing Extinction

This article was originally published on The Conversation . Read the original article . Primates are remarkable. Were all familiar with chimpanzees, monkeys, and ring-tailed lemurs, but have you heard of tarsiers, with their big eyes? Or Cleese's ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 day ago Prima gland clover  Australian Department of Agriculture and Food2 days ago

Protecting the Imperilled Migratory Birds

Bangladesh becomes the destination for hundreds of bird species every winter. Birds from the remotest corners of the world such as Siberia, Mongolia, and the Tibetan plateau come to Bangladesh to enjoy the country's temperate winter and to feed from ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago
NDTV

You Think Its Scotch You be Wrong

Call them American originals, flattering imitators or spunky, funky derivatives. Call them smart business choices or unique expressions of region and craft; call them intensely smoky, delicately aromatic, honeyed and heavenly. When you're talking ...
 Weekly Voice14 hours ago You'd Think It's Scotch. You'd be Wrong.  NDTV2 days ago

Shark's virgin birth could save her species

A leopard shark in a Queensland, Australia, aquarium has made history with a virgin birth that scientists say could help save her endangered species. Leonie the leopard shark is the first shark recorded to change from sexual to asexual ...
 New York Post2 days ago Virgin Birth: Zebra Shark Has Babies Without Mating  LiveScience.com2 days ago Leonie The Zebra Shark Produces Babies Without A Male Mate  Huffington Post Canada3 days ago
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