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Australia's Favorite White Humpback Makes A Rare Appearance

By Meera Dolasia on June 23, 2014
Australia's Favorite White Humpback Makes A Rare Appearance

On June 19th, a group of animal lovers on a whale watching cruise off the coast of Sydney, were treated to a rare sight - a pod of mammals that included Migaloo, the world's first documented white humpback whale. The gorgeous 55-ton all-white humpback, was sighted with five other whales as they made their annual migration from the Antarctica to the breeding areas off Queensland and Western Australia.

13-Year-Old Indian Girl Becomes The Youngest Female To Conquer The Everest!

By Meera Dolasia on June 14, 2014
13-Year-Old Indian Girl Becomes The Youngest Female To Conquer The Everest!

On Sunday, May 25th, 2014, India's Malavath Poorna, became the youngest female to climb to the summit of the world's highest peak - Mount Everest. The 13-year-old girl handily surpassed the previous record holder - Nepal's Nima Chemji Sherpa, who accomplished same feat in 2012, at the age of 16.

Zhengzhou City's Plans To Build Nature Park Turn Into A Sandy Mess

By June Liu on June 2, 2014
Zhengzhou City's Plans To Build Nature Park Turn Into A Sandy Mess

The plan had been to create a beautiful nature park complete with a large artificial lake on the outskirts of the city of  Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan Province in north-central China. However thanks to a cruel trick played by nature, what the officials have ended up with, is an unsalvageable sandy mess!

Why Amazonian Butterflies Hover Over Yellow-Spotted Turtles

By Meera Dolasia on May 28, 2014
Why Amazonian Butterflies Hover Over Yellow-Spotted Turtles

Visitors that dare to venture deep into the Western Amazon rainforest often encounter a strange sight - groups of butterflies hovering above yellow-spotted river turtles that are basking in the sun. What's even stranger is why they are there - To drink the tears from their eyes! And it's not because the beautiful insects are trying to comfort the reptiles, but because the tears contain the one ingredient that is lacking in their diet - sodium.

How Octopuses Avoid Getting Tangled Around Themselves

By Meera Dolasia on May 19, 2014
How Octopuses Avoid Getting Tangled Around Themselves

Scientists have often pondered over how the eight-armed octopus avoids getting tangled around itself. This mystery was particularly perplexing given that each tentacle is lined with hundreds of suckers that are strong enough to stick to almost anything. Also, unlike animals with rigid skeletons, the mollusks have no idea where their arms are at any given moment.

Rescue Crews Free Humpback Whale Entangled In Fishing Gear In California's Monterey Bay

By Meera Dolasia on May 18, 2014
Rescue Crews Free Humpback Whale Entangled In Fishing Gear In California's Monterey Bay

With fishing trawlers increasingly tossing nets deeper into the ocean, tales of innocent marine animals being entangled are becoming all too common. Late last month, that was exactly what happened to a humpback whale that was making its way through the waters of California's Monterey Bay.

Guess What? Our Sun Has A Sibling!

By Meera Dolasia on May 14, 2014
Guess What? Our Sun Has A Sibling!

A team of scientists led by University of Texas, Austin, astronomer Ivan Ramirez have identified a star that they believe is one of many siblings our sun has floating around the Universe. Formed 4.5 billion years ago from the same large interstellar cloud that gave birth to our sun, it is 15% larger and lies 110 light-years away in the constellation Hercules. Though not visible with the unaided eye, HD 162826 that lies close to bright star Vega, can be easily viewed with low-power binoculars.

Peru Billboard Doubles Up As An Air Purifier

By Meera Dolasia on May 12, 2014
Peru Billboard Doubles Up As An Air Purifier

First there was the Drinkable Book that purifies water and now, this ordinary looking billboard that supposedly cleans 100,000 cubic meters or 3.5 million cubic feet of air, per day. To put it in perspective, that is the equivalent of the amount of purification provided by 1,200 mature trees.

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