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EPA allows use of pheromones to check population of sea Lamprey

EPA allows use of pheromones to check population of sea Lamprey

After a new discovery, scientists appear to be positive about being able to check the growing population of lampreys.

Olfaction appears to contribute to shark ocean navigation, concludes Study

There are a lot of mysterious in the world and one of them is how sharks manage to navigate a straight path between far-away locations in the ocean. It turned out that a few sharks could be using their noses for pointing out the way. Or, it might be the case that they use their keen sense of smell that is so critical in prey hunting.

Infra-red telescopes capture movement of Runaway Stars

Infra-red telescopes capture movement of Runaway Stars

Moving at a speed of more than 54,000 mph (24 km per second) relative to their surroundings, runaway stars can be a spectacle for anybody to watch in the night sky. A special type of star, they move alone and the nature of their “bow shock” can reveal some information about their origin. These bow waves lend the speedy stars a significant signpost, which enables their spotting.

Small chameleons shoot their long tongues fastest, farthest and with utmost power to capture prey

Small chameleons shoot their long tongues fastest, farthest and with utmost power to capture prey

After studying 20 different chameleon species across different body sizes, the researchers have concluded that the tiniest chameleons may have the most powerful tongues. They can project their tongues the fastest, farthest and with maximum power.

Study’s lead researcher Christopher V. Anderson said that out of the studied chameleon, the Rosette-nosed Chameleon was the best. This mere 1.85 inches long species could project its tongue 2.5 times that length.

Identical Triplets Finally Come Home

Identical Triplets Finally Come Home

In a recent event at Memorial Hermann Southeast Hospital in Houston, on December 1, 2015, Harris family was blessed with identical triplets, a very rare phenomenon. However, the triplets had to be kept in neonatal intensive care of the hospital. The babies have finally come home after a month-long stay in the hospital and their mother is hoping that they don’t get mixed up. Each of the three babies, Addison, Kinsley and Savannah Harris, weighs between three and three and a half pounds.

With Medicinal Marijuana Licenses in hand, NY Dispensaries gearing up to sell Cannabis

With Medicinal Marijuana Licenses in hand, NY Dispensaries gearing up to sell Cannabis

New York dispensaries have received medicinal marijuana licenses, and with them in hand, they are getting ready to sell cannabis legally starting on Thursday. Columbia Care is present in one of the busiest dispensary locations in New York City's Union Square neighborhood. In July, the state granted five medicinal marijuana licenses.

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