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Global Upheavals and Industrialisation Fuelled TB Spread

A powerful tuberculosis (TB) species that dates back 6,600 years has East Asian origins, according to a new study. European scientists were able to unravel how this lineage radically evolved and spread to other parts of the world during the course ... Austin American Statesman, 3 days ago

Sulawesi bird named after Indian-origin scientist

A new bird species discovered more than 15 years after it was first seen on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi has been named after late ecologist and ornithologist Navjot Sodhi. A mottled throat and short wings distinguish Muscicapa sodhii, the newly named ...
 The Hindu2 months ago New bird species named after late Indian-origin scientist  Business Standard2 months ago New Frog Species Discovered In Middle Of New York City  Huffington Post2 months ago

Possible Introgression of B Chromosomes between Bee Species (Genus Partamona)

The origin of supernumerary (B) chromosomes is still a debated topic, with intra- and interspecific origins being the most plausible options. In the bee Partamona helleri , a sequence-characterized amplified region (SCAR) marker being specific to B ...
 Karger.com3 days ago

Here's What Happened When an ESPN Sportscaster Handed His Fellow Analyst a Copy of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species

When sportscaster Bill Walton gave fellow ESPN broadcaster Dave Pasch a cake along with a copy of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species on the air this week to celebrate Pasch's recent Arizona Sportscaster of the Year award, the recipient offered ...
 Blaze.com1 week ago

November 24: Charles Darwin's Origin of Species was published in 1859

Bengaluru, Nov 24: Today is Monday, November 24, 2014. What happened on this day in history? Oneindia takes a look at the past: 1542: The English force defeated a much bigger Scot outfit in the Battle of Solway Moss. 1642: Abel Tasman discovers Van Diemen's ...
 One India2 months ago
Salon

Where did all the sardines go?

This article originally appeared on . The Galapagos archipelago, a breathtakingly beautiful cluster of 19 islands and more than 100 rocks and islets off the coast of mainland Ecuador, was designated a United Nations World Heritage site in 1978. It ...
 Salon14 hours ago
Salon

7 natural wonders that humans could destroy within a generation

This article originally appeared on GlobalPost. If youve dreamt of seeing the Amazon rainforest with your own eyes, you better start planning that trip soon. Many of the world's most spectacular natural wonders are disappearing with devastating ...
 Salon17 hours ago
Business Insider

Rare Frilled Shark Comes One Step Closer to Extinction

Written by Melissa Breyer Pity the poor, misunderstood frilled shark. A member of the species (Chlamydoselachus anguineus) was caught by an Australian fisherman while trawling for sea perch last week and the news is buzzing about the beleaguered, ...
 Care22 days ago Australian Fisherman Catches A Rare Frilled Shark From The Prehistoric Age  Business Insider4 days ago Horrifying 'prehistoric' shark species caught in Australian waters  Mashable5 days ago 'It has 300 teeth over 25 rows': Terrifying 'living fossil' frilled shark found off Australian coast  New Zealand Herald4 days ago
Times of Zambia

Face to face with a black mamba

ACCORDING to wildlife biologist Joe Wasilewski, the black mamba is the most-advanced of all the snake species in the world. Its combination of speed, unpredictable aggression, and potent venom make it an extremely dangerous species. To South African ...
 Times of Zambia2 days ago
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Ancient fossil could change the evolutionary theory of fish origins

A tiny Siberian fish fossil that's a whopping 415 million years old may be part of a group of fish that was ancestor to all the jawed vertebrates living today. The 415-million-year-old fish, Janusiscus schultzei , indicates that ancestors of ...
 TheStar.com.my4 days ago One fish, two fish: Camera counts freshwater fish, which could help combat hydrilla  Science Daily3 days ago
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