Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Majestic Opah Is The World’s First Truly Warm Blooded Fish!

http://www.dogonews.com/2015/5/21/the-majestic-opah-is-the-worlds-first-truly-warm-blooded-fish The Opah is a type of fish that was declared the first warm blooded fish. Instead of having warm blood in some spots, they found out that it has warm blood all over. Also referred to the moonfish, the … Continue reading

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Laser vision reveals hidden World

https://student.societyforscience.org/article/laser-vision-reveals-hidden-worlds In the ancient Mayan city of Caracol, mapping can difficult with shrubs taller than a full grown man! To reveal the true Mayan city you must hack and hack for hours to clear a path through giant shrubs. You … Continue reading

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Only 3 Wolves!

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/28/science/only-three-wolves-left-on-an-island-full-of-prey.html There are only 3 wolves left on Isle Royale! Because of the inbreeding the number of wolves declined. There’s only a mother, father, and 9 month old pup on Isle Royale. The 9 month old pup appears to be … Continue reading

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NASA Is Planning To Go To Europa

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2015/05/27/life_can_thrive_on_europa_say_alien_astroboffins/ Europa is one of Jupiter’s moons and NASA thinks that it may be a suitable place for life. Europa has an abundance of salt water and rocky sea floors. NASA’s mission, Galileo, has proved that Europa is about the … Continue reading

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The Worst Wasp

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/soul-sucking-dementor-wasp/ This wasp was found in 2014 along with 139 other new species! All these new species came  from  Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar. This sounds really weird because I had thought that the world had found every species, … Continue reading

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A Galaxy Far, Far Away

http://www.timeforkids.com/news/galaxy-far-far-away/239171 Astronomers have found a new galaxy. This galaxy is the most distant galaxy ever seen, at 13.1 billion light years away. One light year is 5.8 trillion miles. The galaxy, called EGS-zs8-1 was first discovered in 2013 by Yale … Continue reading

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John Holdren, White House Science Adviser, Hedges on Human Germline Engineering

http://www.evolutionnews.org/2015/05/john_holdren_wh096421.html For now the U.S. will hold off, for a little, on very important experiments that could alter the human germline. The brain behind this idea is the director of the White House of Science, his name is John Holdren. … Continue reading

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