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Business Insider
Researchers just saw this extremely rare sea creature for the first time in 31 yearsFeast your eyes! It's been over 30 years since any human has seen the creature
Researchers just saw this extremely rare sea creature for the first time in 31 years
Business Insider / Posted 4 days ago
Feast your eyes! It's been over 30 years since any human has seen the creature in this photo: There are 6 species of nautiluses. This one is notoriously elusive, and is called the Allonautilus scrobiculatus. The last time humankind got a good look... Read more
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redOrbit
Spotted: Rare nautilus seen after three decadesA species of nautilus that has been called possibly “the rarest animal in the w
Spotted: Rare nautilus seen after three decades
redOrbit / Posted 4 days ago
A species of nautilus that has been called possibly “the rarest animal in the world” has been found in the wild for the first time in 30 years, and as fate would have it, one of the biologists who spotted was also a member of the research team that... Read more
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The Huffington Post
'This Could Be The Rarest Animal In The World'Truly a mystery of the deep, this living fossil hasn't been seen by scientists
'This Could Be The Rarest Animal In The World'
The Huffington Post / Posted 4 days ago
Truly a mystery of the deep, this living fossil hasn't been seen by scientists in more than three decades. Until now. Peter Ward, a biologist at the University of Washington, first spotted the Allonautilus scrobiculatus in 1984 alongside his... Read more
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The Courier
Winners and LosersBALLARAT regional weekend sports wrap covering football, netball, soccer and ba
Winners and Losers
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
BALLARAT regional weekend sports wrap covering football, netball, soccer and basketball - July 5-6 WERRIBEE'S Chirnside Park got the better of North Ballarat Roosters again. Selkirk Roosters still have only one solitary win at the ground in 13... Read more
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Slate
Vanishingly Rare “Living Fossil” Spotted in the Sea for the First Time in Three DecadesA Living Fossil ReturnsAllonautilus scrobiculatus, spotted again after 30 years
Vanishingly Rare “Living Fossil” Spotted in the Sea for the First Time in Three Decades
Slate / Posted 5 days ago
A Living Fossil ReturnsAllonautilus scrobiculatus, spotted again after 30 years. A rare species of nautilus, not seen in three decades, was spotted recently off of Papua New Guinea. University of Washington biologist Peter Ward last saw the elusive... Read more
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Independent
The world's 'rarest' creature has been spotted for the first time in 30 yearsPeter Ward, a professor of biology at the University of Washington in the US, f
The world's 'rarest' creature has been spotted for the first time in 30 years
Independent / Posted 5 days ago
Peter Ward, a professor of biology at the University of Washington in the US, first saw Allonautilus scrobiculatus in 1984. The creatures, which are thought to have survived two ice ages and pre-date dinosaurs, have only been seen by two people in... Read more
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International Business Times
'World's rarest animal' seen for the first time in three decades Biologists have spotted what has been considered "one of the world's rarest ani
'World's rarest animal' seen for the first time in three decades
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
Biologists have spotted what has been considered "one of the world's rarest animals" – a marine mollusc by the name of Allonautilus scrobiculatus – for the first time in 30 years. University of Washington biologist Peter Ward first spotted the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
World's rarest marine creature spotted after 30-year absenceThis species was discovered in 1984 in Papua New Guinea by Peter Ward from the
World's rarest marine creature spotted after 30-year absence
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
This species was discovered in 1984 in Papua New Guinea by Peter Ward from the University of Washington. This summer, Prof Ward and his team filmed footage of it by using bait suspended between 150 and 400 metres below the surface.... Read more
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New Kerala
Rare nautilus spotted for first time in 30 years A US biologist has spotted a rare species of nautiluses, the small, distant c
Rare nautilus spotted for first time in 30 years
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
A US biologist has spotted a rare species of nautiluses, the small, distant cousins of squid and cuttlefish, after a gap of 30 years, a new study says. The creature in question is Allonautilus... Read more
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EarthSky
Rediscovering a rare South Pacific nautilusThe nautilus known as Allonautilus scrobiculatus off the coast of Ndrova Island
Rediscovering a rare South Pacific nautilus
EarthSky / Posted 8 days ago
The nautilus known as Allonautilus scrobiculatus off the coast of Ndrova Island in Papua New Guinea. Image via Peter Ward University of Washington reported today (August 25, 2015) that a biologist there has encountered what he considers one of the... Read more
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Newswise
Rare Nautilus Sighted for the First Time in Three Decades Available for logged-in reporters only Link to full release with images: Ne
Rare Nautilus Sighted for the First Time in Three Decades
Newswise / Posted 8 days ago
Available for logged-in reporters only Link to full release with images: Newswise — In early August, biologist Peter Ward returned from the South Pacific with news that he encountered an... Read more
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PhysOrg
Rare nautilus sighted for the first time in three decadesAllonautilus scrobiculatus off the coast of Ndrova Island in Papua New Guinea.
Rare nautilus sighted for the first time in three decades
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
Allonautilus scrobiculatus off the coast of Ndrova Island in Papua New Guinea. Credit: Peter Ward In early August, biologist Peter Ward returned from the South Pacific with news that he encountered an old friend, one he hadn't seen in over three... Read more
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Daily Mail
Comets may have triggered life on Earth as well as other planetsComets may have triggered life on Earth, and they could help alien organisms fl
Comets may have triggered life on Earth as well as other planets
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Comets may have triggered life on Earth, and they could help alien organisms flourish on other planets, claims study Scientists mimicked conditions of comet impacts on an early Earth Researchers took frozen mixtures of amino acid, water ice and... Read more
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PhysOrg
A peek into our robotic futureDinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Credit
A peek into our robotic future
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
Dinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Credit: Andrew To In an underground laboratory in central Sydney, a robot and a drone are being put through their paces. From time to time, their young inventors hunch over... Read more
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Market Watch
European stocks seesaw, with commodity shares strugglingEuropean stocks wavered Tuesday, with commodity-related stocks weighed by persi
European stocks seesaw, with commodity shares struggling
Market Watch / Posted 15 days ago
European stocks wavered Tuesday, with commodity-related stocks weighed by persistent losses in prices for metals and energy. “Expectations for further stimulus have been stymied following [the] release of stronger housing market data and the fact... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A peek into our robotic futureDinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Photo
A peek into our robotic future
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Dinuka Abeywardena’s drone navigates by using a camera, rather than GPS. Photo: Andrew To In an underground laboratory in central Sydney, a robot and a drone are being put through their paces. From time to time, their young inventors hunch over... Read more
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CIO
Autonomous robot scans steel structuresAn autonomous robot created by Australian researchers is providing engineers wi
Autonomous robot scans steel structures
CIO / Posted 15 days ago
An autonomous robot created by Australian researchers is providing engineers with high-definition images of the integrity of steel structures that support the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. The robot – dubbed ‘CROC’ – was developed by researchers at... Read more
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The Courier Mail
First look at Jupiters redevelopmentFROM the private butler who meets you at the airport and will cater to your eve
First look at Jupiters redevelopment
The Courier Mail / Posted 16 days ago
FROM the private butler who meets you at the airport and will cater to your every whim during your stay, to the rooftop infinity pool with stunning views of the Gold Coast skyline or a private karaoke room in your VIP suite, the new six-star hotel at... Read more
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The Courier Mail
First look at Jupiters redevelopmentAn artist’s impression of the new six-star hotel at Jupiters Casino redevelopme
First look at Jupiters redevelopment
The Courier Mail / Posted 17 days ago
An artist’s impression of the new six-star hotel at Jupiters Casino redevelopment. FROM the private butler who meets you at the airport and will cater to your every whim during your stay, to the rooftop infinity pool with stunning views of the Gold... Read more
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Daily Mail
Are we all ALIENS? Scientists say life may have started in spaceAre we all ALIENS? Support grows for the panspermia theory that claims life on
Are we all ALIENS? Scientists say life may have started in space
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Are we all ALIENS? Support grows for the panspermia theory that claims life on Earth may have arrived here from outer space Panspermia is a theory that life was carried to Earth by comets or meteors The idea has remained on the fringe of mainstream... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Special Report (Rural Ireland): ‘We would love to be employers, to employ locally and to invest locally’ | Irish Examiner Given its location...
Special Report (Rural Ireland): ‘We would love to be employers, to employ locally and to invest locally’
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
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Western Advocate
Lifesavers ready to make a splash inlandTHE local trio who make up the eccentrically named Bathurst Surf Life Saving Cl
Lifesavers ready to make a splash inland
Western Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
THE local trio who make up the eccentrically named Bathurst Surf Life Saving Club are off on another big adventure. BIG ADVENTURE: Zac Theobald (left) and David Chapman (right) from LJ Hooker with Bathurst Surf Life Saving Club members Graham Ward,... Read more
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The Courier
Former AFP officer fined without conviction for keeping batons, sprayEx-officer admitted possessing prohibited weapons that he kept after a stint in
Former AFP officer fined without conviction for keeping batons, spray
The Courier / Posted 27 days ago
Ex-officer admitted possessing prohibited weapons that he kept after a stint in East Timor. Weapons mementoes from the East Timor conflict have landed a former Australian Federal Police officer in strife. A Melbourne court heard on Thursday that... Read more
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The Border Mail
Former AFP officer fined without conviction for keeping batons, sprayEx-officer admitted possessing prohibited weapons that he kept after a stint in
Former AFP officer fined without conviction for keeping batons, spray
The Border Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Ex-officer admitted possessing prohibited weapons that he kept after a stint in East Timor. Weapons mementoes from the East Timor conflict have landed a former Australian Federal Police officer in strife. A Melbourne court heard on Thursday that... Read more
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Coventry City FC
Coventry City Supporters' Consultative Group Meeting Minutes - Thursday, July 30thCoventry City Football Club Supporters’ Consultative Group Meeting Thursday 3
Coventry City Supporters' Consultative Group Meeting Minutes - Thursday, July 30th
Coventry City FC / Posted 28 days ago
Coventry City Football Club Supporters’ Consultative Group Meeting Thursday 30 July 2015, 6.30pm CCFC, Ryton Training Ground Jonathan Strange (JS), Pat Abel (PA), Sandra Garlick (SG), Karen Bennett (KB), Kieran Crowley (KC), Peter Ward, Chair... Read more

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