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Footage shows sharks eating whale carcass

Footage shows sharks eating whale carcass

A new video has captured the amazing scenes of a group of sharks feeding on the carcass of a sperm whaleon the NSW North Coast.

Leap second added on June 30

Leap second added on June 30

Aleap second was introduced on 30 June, 2015 making that day the longest of the year to align the clocks of the world with Earth's rotation.

Smelliest titan arum plant blooms in Edinburgh

Smelliest titan arum plant blooms in Edinburgh

A plant named, titan arum, which is often referred to as the smelliest plant in the world, has bloomed under the care of horticulture experts in Edinburgh in Scotland.

Dinosaur fossil found at South Africa university storeroom

Dinosaur fossil found at South Africa university storeroom

A team of Palaeontologists have found a fossil of a dinosaur, which is believed to be 200million years old, at a storeroom at the Wits University in Johannesburg in South Africa.

Scientist develops artificial membranes that acts like living cells

Scientist develops artificial membranes that acts like living cells

A team of scientists have been able to develop artificial cell membranes that are capable of growing and continue to grow likeliving cells.

Conservationist organisation warn that 23 000 species are vulnerable

Conservationist organisation warn that 23 000 species are vulnerable

A leading conservation organisation has warned in a new report that nearly 23 000 species are venerable at present and might be at the risk of extinction.

Researchers developing solar cells to store energy for weeks

Researchers developing solar cells to store energy for weeks

Researchers are aiming to develop solar storage devices that are capable for storing solar power for weeks in order to address issues faced by the solar power industry at present.

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.

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A First: Astronomers detect Exoplanet in Visible Light

For the first time, scientists have imaged a world orbiting a star other than the sun in the visible part of electromagnetic spectrum. They have detected exoplanet 51 Pegasi b in visible light.

Astronomers explained that this exoplanet is the member of a class of ‘hot Jupiters’. The popular planet, also known as Bellerophon, is situated...

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