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To survive, the male lion has trained his children how to hunt prey even when they are playing.
Scientists have uncovered evidence of a massive underground ocean of water on Saturn’s Enceladus moon. According to NASA, the Cassini spacecraft made gravity measurements that show the internal structure of the moon – including a sea of water underneath the moon’s icy crust. The discovery sparks scientific interest once again in Enceladus as a potential home for extraterrestrial life within our solar system.
Researchers recently discovered a gold star with largest size until now. It is brighter than the sun.
It is cold to freeze Niagara waterfall in Eastern North America in the past several weeks, create extremely spectacular scenery, and turn this place into an attractive tourist destination.
Climate change accompanied by global warming, floods, natural disasters that caused forests to be ragged, bleached coral reef or reduced record water levels.
World Water Day 2014 with the theme "Water and Energy" aims to improve awareness about the close relationship between two basic elements, concurrently calls for search and management measures to maintain economic growth and meet human needs through sustainable exploitation of water resources and efficient use of energy towards green growth economy.
The incredible images capture the exciting landscapes of “the oldest desert” in the world.
Among the promiscuous common fruit fly, sexually-transmitted infections run rampant. Female fruit flies, however, have a special kind of defense to lower the potential cost of getting down and dirty with another fly, according to a new study from the University of Bath in the UK. When they get in the mood, female flies can ramp up their immune defenses against fungal STIs, in what's called immune anticipation.
According to report of WWF Organization in Britain said that the scientific expedition from in 2010 so far has listed 441new creatures in the Amazon tropical rainforest.
According to Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Hau Giang province, thanks to good planning, habitat conservation in Hau Giang are improved, gradually returned to the wild landscapes where attract many species of rare birds that are in the conserved species of Red Book. They live and breed there to be increasingly.
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