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huge rare elephant queen captured on camera

Huge rare 'Elephant Queen' captured on camera

British photographer Will Burrard-Lucas captured a series of black-and-white photographs of this animal who he calls the Elephant Queen roaming in the natural landscape around Kenya's Tsavo National Park.........

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prepare for a devastating earthquake this week says researcher

Prepare for a devastating earthquake this week, says researcher

Hoogerbeets is a self-proclaimed seismic researcher has shockingly predicted that a massive earthquake measuring somewhere around 6 to 7 in the Richter scale will happen on this weekend.........

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capturing bacteria that eat and breathe electricity

Capturing bacteria that eat and breathe electricity

The researchers are succeeded in capturing the heat-loving bacteria that "breathe" electricity through the solid carbon surface of the electrodes at yellow stone Nationa Park in US.........

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israeli spacecraft snaps ultimate selfie on maiden mission to moon

Israeli Spacecraft Snaps Ultimate Selfie on Maiden Mission to Moon

An Israeli spacecraft on its maiden mission to the moon has sent its first selfie back to Earth. The image showing part of the Beresheet spacecraft with Earth in the background was beamed to mission control in Yehud, Israel -- 37,600 kilometres (23,360 miles) away.........

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japan okays controversial research using human cells in animals

Japan okays controversial research using human cells in animals

Japan has given the green light to a controversial research process involving implanting animals with human stem cells that could eventually help grow human organs for transplant inside animal hosts.........

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why scientists are using yeast to make marijuana compounds

Why scientists are using yeast to make marijuana compounds

The marijuana market may be exploding, but there’s only so much land available for growing cannabis. In the search for a more efficient and environmentally friendly way of meeting demand, researchers figured out how yeast, the organism crucial for making bread and beer, can be turned into cannabinoid-producing factories.........

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