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The dead sperm whale will not stay on the beaches of Hawaii

By Alix Martichoux SFGATE Published 11:04 am PST, Thursday, February 7, 2019 The corpse of the whale is long over the coast Hawaii Oahu island since at least January 20, 2019. The whale's sperm remains off the coast of the island of Hawaii Oahu from at least 20th January 2019. Photo: Department of Department of Forestry And Natural Resources of …

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The Cartoonishly Well-Preserved Fossil is the earliest Bird of Kind

The 52-million-year-old fossil of Eofringillirostrum boudreauxi . Photo: Lance Grande, Field Museum The earliest known seed-eating seed in the scientific record, a discovery that pours new light on the history and early behavior of these birds in the now. Birds like raven, finch, sparrow, and robin are abundant, comprising more than half of all bird species living today. Also known …

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Body supplements may be bad for the brain

Credit: CC0 Public Domain People who take supplemental L-norvaline protein should know its potential for injury, scientists say. L-norvaline is a substance widely used in body and supplement supplements and promoted as a compound that can boost exercise and recovery. Similar compounds are linked to neurodegenerative illness and a study on human cells, by scientists from the University of Technology …

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Hubble reveals dynamic atmospheres of Uranus, Neptune

During its routine yearly monitoring of the weather on our solar system's outer planets, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has uncovered a new mysterious dark storm on Neptune (right) and provided a fresh look and a long-lived storm circling around the north polar region on Uranus (left). Credit: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center), and M.H. Wong and …

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Ominous hole almost the size of Manhattan discovered under the Antarctic glacier

The Thwaites Glacier is seen above.           [NASA/OIB/JeremyHarbeck) A massive hole two-thirds the size of Manhattan is growing at the bottom of an Antarctic glacier and has NASA scientists disturbed about the potential for rapid melting and decay. The huge cavity – which is approximately 1,000 feet tall, about as tall as New York City's Chrysler Building – is growing at …

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