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Scientists name jellyfish after schoolboy

Scientists name jellyfish	after schoolboy

Scientists in Australia have chosen to honour the schoolboy who discovered a new species of jellyfish in a canal in Queensland, by naming the species after him.

Crew working to save whale stuck in lagoon on Great Barrier Reef

Crew working to save whale stuck in lagoon on Great Barrier Reef

Wildlife experts and crew members are working to save rare whale that was stranded in a reef lagoon on the Great Barrier Reef.Many worked to save and free the whale that is strandedoff Cairns for abou

SKA Pathfinder discovers galaxy five billion light years away

SKA Pathfinder discovers galaxy five billion light years away

A high-tech radio telescope, SKA Pathfinder telescope in Australia has been able to find a new galazy about five billion light years away from the Earth.

Study says Cyclone Marcia did not impact dolphin populations much

Study says Cyclone Marcia did not impact dolphin populations much

According to a new study, the Tropical Cyclone Marcia did not have a significant impact on the dolphin populations in the waters along the Capricorn coast.

Napoleon Bonaparte’s ship found in Australia

Napoleon Bonaparte’s ship found in Australia

According to several repots in the media, the ship used by French military and political leader Napoleon Bonaparte to come back to France from forced exile, has been found in Australia.

Activists want Great Barrier Reef to be put in danger list

Activists want Great Barrier Reef to be put in danger list

Activists in Australia have said that the Great Barrier Reef should be listed as 'in danger' as it meets six of the total eight criteria for the purpose.

Australian student discover plasma pipes in ionosphere

Australian student discover plasma pipes in ionosphere

A student of the Sydney University has been able to discover large plasma pipes in the Earth's upper atmosphere.

Archaeologists find 2,000 year old pearl in Australia

Archaeologists find 2,000 year old pearl in Australia

A team of Archaeologists have said that they have discovered a rare 2000-year-old pearlin the Kimberley's Admiralty Gulf in Western Australia.

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