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2015/07/27 02:15
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... its surface, there is an abundance of life: corals and fields of seagrass, two kinds of dolphin (bottlenose and the rare Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin), six of the world's seven species of...
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2015/07/26 04:23
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Savannah State researchers have laid claim to the first documented live birth of a wild bottlenose dolphin. But the birth was only the beginning of a remarkable chain of events. As the researchers...
2015/07/23 02:53
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Savannah State researchers have laid claim to the first documented live birth of a wild bottlenose dolphin. But the birth was only the beginning of a remarkable chain of events. As the researchers...
2015/07/17 14:28
2015/07/17 14:28
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... or whose fixed rate is coming to a close will be facing higher interest rates. Tony Dolphin, senior economist and associate director for economic policy at the Institute for Public...
2015/07/13 00:14
2015/07/13 00:14
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... animal remains unidentified. The Times reports some claim the animal is a Ganges River dolphin from India because of the long body and narrow beak-like nose. But experts say the animal is...
2015/07/12 16:20
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... find a more effective biological control agent, possibly another strain of virus, Moore said. Researchers at AgResearch, a leading research institute for New Zealand's agriculture industry, and...
2015/07/02 19:22
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... shootings are contagious: Scientists warn of 13 day 'terror window' following tragedies Researchers analysed high-profile mass killings and school shootings Say 20 to 30 per cent of such...
2015/07/02 16:22
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... programme Tea is one of the most popular drinks around the world and new research has revealed that people in China were enjoying the brew long before the pyramids were...
2015/07/02 16:22
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... made for SPACE: Human centrifuge could prevent bone and muscle decay in Mars-bound astronauts Research was by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology They developed an exercise bike that...
2015/07/02 16:22
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... could be detected in toddlers by getting them to perform a simple 'sniff' test, new research suggests. People might normally take a big sniff of something they expect to be pleasant,...
2015/07/02 14:22
2015/07/02 14:22
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... formed naturally but were expanded by manmade fires, experts claim Scientists from the Institute of Earth Sciences Jaume Almera in Barcelona examined ancient pollen in lake sediments in...
2015/07/02 11:22
2015/07/02 11:22
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... wait to find out,’ said New Horizons principal investigator Dr Alan Stern of the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in Boulder, Colorado. ‘Also puzzling is the longstanding and dramatic...
2015/07/01 13:57
2015/07/01 13:57
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Siberian Times)Some people have taken to social media to say the remains belong to a Ganges River dolphin – which is normally found in freshwater in India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh – but it’s...
2015/06/27 19:48
2015/06/27 19:48
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... sake of human well-beings. “Right now, there is no one besides a human who is a person,” says dolphin scientist and ethicist Lori Marino. “They’re all property, no matter how complex they are,...
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