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Australia proposing Antarctic sanctuary

Australia proposing Antarctic sanctuary

Authorities in Australia have said that they are aiming to gather support for its plans for developing a giant marine sanctuary off east Antarctica.

Fly’s sense of smell can be used in development of new technology to detect drugs, bombs

Fly’s sense of smell can be used in development of new technology to detect drug

According to a new research, the 'sense of smell' in the fruit flies can help in the development of a new technology that can be used in detection of drugs and bombs.

DNA of an Ancient Man Has Close Connections to 'Mitochondrial Eve', Say Researchers

DNA of an Ancient Man Has Close Connections to 'Mitochondrial Eve', Say Research

Sydney's Garvan Institute of Medical Research revealed that the DNA of the man who lived almost 2,330 years ago in southern Africa can unveil the hidden facts behind the evolution of humans.

Unidentified Floating Objects have Washed ashore on Dee Why Beach

Unidentified Floating Objects have Washed ashore on Dee Why Beach

The UFOs or unidentified floating objects have washed up on the Dee Why beach in north of Sydney and it is difficult for locals to find out what they may be.

Julie Bishop Refuses to Present Plans for deeper Emissions’ Cuts in Climate Summit

Julie Bishop Refuses to Present Plans for deeper Emissions’ Cuts in Climate Summ

Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs, Julie Bishop, has rejected United Nations' request to strengthen Australian climate targets.

Goldfish named George undergoes Life-Saving Surgery in Melbourne

Goldfish named George undergoes Life-Saving Surgery in Melbourne

On Thursday, a 10-year-old goldfish named George underwent an emergency surgery to remove a large head tumor. The surgery took place at the Lort Smith Animal Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

Australia joins New Zealand to oppose renewed Japanese 2015 Whale Hunt in Antarctic

Australia joins New Zealand to oppose renewed Japanese 2015 Whale Hunt in Antarc

Japan's intention to resume whale hunting in the Antarctic despite a ruling by the top U. N. court topped the agenda at an international whaling conference.

Men are Prime Targets of Sharks: Study

Men are Prime Targets of Sharks: Study

It might be shocking to know but a new study has revealed that sharks kill more men than women.

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Bonus for avoiding whales for ships

Cargo ships in the US are being paid a bonus for avoiding collisions with whales and protecting the mammal at seas.

Records showed that companies are paid US$2500 for each ship that reduces it speed in order to reduce the number of whales killed at seas. An initiative was tried at waters off Santa Barbara that is both a maritime...

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