Researchers say ‘wheeze honks’ are identity signals, with reactions ranging from calls to spraying dung linked to level of familiarity A call from a stranger may elicit myriad responses – panic, confusion, maybe even excitement – but it turns out that hippos have a rather more corporeal reaction: they spray dung. Researchers studying hippopotamuses in […]
In South Africa, a “weeping” rhino whose horn was chopped off by poachers has been released back into the wild.
Science classes had told us that tsunamis are caused by earthquakes, at least most of them do. However, this disaster may also be triggered by landslides or volcanic eruptions. In fact, about 15% of tsunamis are caused by them.
As the arctic warms four times faster than the global average, Europe’s only indigenous population is under threat. For centuries, the Sámi people have herded reindeer throughout northern Europe. Now, warmer winters are turning the snow the reindeer dig through to find food into ice, blocking their only source of sustenance. In the last two years, […]
During the summertime in America, a poisonous thick fog caused by Western Forest fires blew throughout significant areas of America in 2021.
A huge area of the United States is experiencing sustained cold snap, perhaps lowering mercury to rates not seen in ages. Although the year moves further into January and February, forecast service analysts advise that wintertime is still not coming away anytime near.
Experts announced an astounding breakthrough on the previous year when they discovered a preserved fetus inside the tummy of its mummified prehistoric Egyptian parent. Moniker as the unknown woman, the lady whom perished in over 2,000 years ago, remains a mystery. However, researchers currently comprehend how the unborn baby was kept.
Jellyfish counts in Port Phillip Beach spiked at their highest count in two decades, according to the head of a neighborhood safety organization. Melbourne’s beachfront was swamped by jellyfish that resemble reddish blossoms which could deliver severe pain to anyone who gets contact to it.
Snow fans in New England should rejoice, as the chances of a large blizzard during the last weekend of January are strong. The possibility is less definite in the mid-Atlantic, but meteorologists warn that the storm may deliver
The country’s golden beaches have turned black as debris released from a sunken ship continues to wreak environmental and economic havoc When Adnan Sheikh took his family on holiday to Sri Lanka last October, he booked them into a hotel for two weeks in Sarakkuwa beach, just off the coast from where the X-Press Pearl […]