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Researchers Found The Last Dinner Of 47.5 Million years Old Fly

Researchers have found a 47.5 Million years old fly with a stomach full of food and plant residues in the Messel, Germany. The fly belongs to the short-proboscid nemestrinids species and genus Hirmoneura. Scientists know very little about the eating preferences of this group of flies. The living species of the planet always are under …

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Rise Of Heatwaves In Lakes Due To The Climate Change: New Study

Last two centuries have changed this planet Earth in many aspects. The political, scientific, and economic changes in east and west have impacted the natural resources of the earth.  A new study by researchers shows something similar phenomenon. The study report is published in the Nature. The water-based bionetworks like Lakes and the creatures living …

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Iguazu Waterfalls: A Political Border By Nature

“Poor Niagara …” That’s what Eleanor Roosevelt said when she saw the Iguazu Falls. When you think of waterfalls, the first names that automatically come to mind are the dramatic Niagara Falls and the majestic Victorian waterfalls of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Photo by Gábor Sz. on Unsplash Today, Niagara Falls is arguably the most famous in the …

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