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Fossil Found 60 Years Ago Appears As Extinct, Prehistoric Dolphin

Fossil Found 60 Years Ago Appears As Extinct, Prehistoric Dolphin

Donald J. Miller, a USGS geologist, found an ancient skull over 60 years ago, at the time of mapping the region that might have been the current Yakutat City and Borough of Alaska. While the snout was damaged, the remaining preserved part of the skull did not leave any doubts over the fact that it was of an ancient dolphin.

Scientists aboard E/V Nautilus spot stubby squid off the coast of California

Scientists aboard E/V Nautilus spot stubby squid off the coast of California

Previous week, marine scientists aboard the Exploration Vessel Nautilus (E/V Nautilus) encountered a specifically cartoonish specimen off the coast of California. The creature was Rossia pacifica, also called the stubby squid.

The finding was broadcasted live from the remotely operated Hercules submarine of Nautilus, and may offer fresh insight inside the googly-eyed species.

NASA astronauts to carry out spacewalk to install new IDA on space station

NASA astronauts to carry out spacewalk to install new IDA on space station

The US space agency NASA astronauts Kate Rubins and Jeff Williams were cooped up inside the International Space Station (ISS) for numerous weeks and months, respectively, and now they will finally get to move at the time of a six-and-a-half hour spacewalk on Friday. Though, the outing isn’t going to be a leisurely stroll in space.

China launches first-ever quantum satellite in an effort to help develop hack-proof communications system

China launches first-ever quantum satellite in an effort to help develop hack-proof communications system

On Monday, world’s highest populated nation China launched the first-ever quantum satellite in an effort to push the development of a hack-proof communications system.

As per media reports, on Monday at 1:40 pm EDT, China’s Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS) spacecraft was taken off atop a Long March-2D rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert.

Large-scale, long-term wild bees’ decline across England associated with use of neonicotinoid insecticides

Large-scale, long-term wild bees’ decline across England associated with use of neonicotinoid insecticides

A latest study has linked the broad-scale, long-term drop in wild bees throughout England with the use of neonicotinoid insecticides. During the 18-year-long period of study, researchers studied bees who feed mainly on oilseed rape, a crop usually treated with ‘neonics’.

According to scientists, use of such chemicals is responsible for 50% of the total fall in wild bees. Industry sources said that the study has demonstrated the link as not a direct cause and effect.

Duration of having higher BMI linked with increased risk of developing different cancers

Duration of having higher BMI linked with increased risk of developing different cancers

A journal PLOS Medicine-published research has unveiled that if a woman is being overweight or obese for a longer time period then she faces increased risk of cancer. It is the first study to explore the relation between overweight duration and cancer risk.

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