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Nature
Under the photographer's lense, the tiny creatures are with strange romantic moments.
Based on the results of studies comparing morphology and molecular genetics, scientists of Vietnam and Japan discovered, described and published a new tree frog species to science. The study results are published in professional journal of Current Herpetology of Japan.
A two-headed turtle (10/09/2014)
A two-headed tortoise has been intended to sale for animal collectors after it was born at a turtle farm in Northeast Arkansas, USA.
Scientists announced the discovery of a new legless amphibian Ichthyophis multicolor in Ayeyarwady delta, southern Myanmar.
An albino kangaroo born an adorable baby kangaroo that its colored hair contrasts with his mother at German zoo.
Program for "traveling space through TV” named Cosmos by well-known scientist Neil de Grasse who launched on last Sunday, and NASA released beautiful photos to celebrate an attractive television show’ day.
Thanh Hoa Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and Canon Vietnam limited company held a ceremony of forest plantation "For a green Vietnam" 2014 at Ben En National Park, Nhu Thanh district, Thanh Hoa province.
Specimens of the new snack species were collected in Cao Bang, Lang Son and Vinh Phuc, Lạng Sơn where have elevations between 800-1800 meters.
A jellyfish shaped like giant water droplets, rare jellyfish species that has not been classified and named. It was discovered when it was drifting off the coast of Australia.
An uncanny sea creature species has transparent shape like newly discovered fossil in New Zealand.
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