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WWF publishes awesome images of some of world’s most elusive animals

WWF publishes awesome images of some of world’s most elusive animals

Renowned photographer Will Burrard-Lucas captured really amazing photographs of some of the world’s most elusive animals at Namibia’s 109-million-acre Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area without disturbing the animals.

Spider kills venomous snake in Australia

Spider kills venomous snake in Australia

A small spider defeated and killed a large venomous brown snake in an outback duel, providing a yet another evidence that size doesn’t always matter.

The apparent duel took place between a Daddy Long Leg spider and the much bigger snake in New South Wales, Australia. The head-on battle between the two enemies was reported by farmer Patrick Lees.

Great Risk of Bluetongue Outbreak in UK

Great Risk of Bluetongue Outbreak in UK

The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has warned the UK livestock farmers to be vigilant as there is likelihood of the outbreak of Bluetongue by late summer. After the virus outbreak was first reported, almost 173 outbreaks the bluetongue serotype virus 8 (BTV-8) were reported. The agency recommends farmers to vaccinate their livestock.

Premature Baby Survives Miraculously despite little Hope

Premature Baby Survives Miraculously despite little Hope

Doctors at Carolinas Medical Center's Levine's Children's Hospital in North Carolina delivered a girl child, who they earlier thought will not survive. However, the child only at its fifth month made it through all odds and became North Carolina’s youngest surviving baby.

Hopkins researchers growing tiny replicas of human brain to help study neurological diseases

Hopkins researchers growing tiny replicas of human brain to help study neurological diseases

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health researchers have been growing small replicas of the human brain to aid the research of neurological diseases in a trend many hope may result in better treatments and even cures for a few most debilitating illnesses.

Facebook’s India head Kirthiga Reddy resigns

Facebook’s India head Kirthiga Reddy resigns

In an announcement made via a Facebook post on Friday, Kirthiga Reddy - Facebook's longstanding Managing Director in India - has said that she is stepping down from her post.

Announcing her resignation as Facebook's India head, Reddy said in the Facebook post that she will be returning to the social networking giant's Menlo Park, California, headquarters "to explore new opportunities."

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