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Acorn worms share approximately 14,000 genes with humans, Scientists find

Acorn worms share approximately 14,000 genes with humans, Scientists find

People have a lot of things in common with deep-sea worms than one might believe. Humans and certain worms shared a common ancestor over 500 million years ago, and modern human also share thousands of genes with the worms, according to scientists, who have recently sequenced genomes from 2 marine worm species.

Newly discovered eyeless species of daddy long legs spider named after Smeagol

Newly discovered eyeless species of daddy long legs spider named after Smeagol

Scientists have dubbed a newly found eyeless species of daddy long legs spider in Brazil the ‘Lord of the Rings’ character after Smeagol, also called Gollum. As per Fox News, researchers said the new species of troglobitic harvestman spider, with the full name landumoema smeagol, is generally seen in a humid network of caves in Minas Gerais state of Brazil.

Seattle’s Museum of Flight puts Apollo moon rocket parts recovered by Bezos Expeditions on public display

Seattle’s Museum of Flight puts Apollo moon rocket parts recovered by Bezos Expeditions on public display

Rocket engines remnants that helped launch multiple moon landing missions from Kennedy Space Center are now 43 years after falling on the Atlantic Ocean floor have been on public display at Seattle’s The Museum of Flight.

In 2012, billionaire founder and CEO of Amazon.com Jeff Bezos funded a team that recovered parts of F-1 engines from over 14,000 feet below the surface, using remotely operated vehicles.

Many fish species manipulate light to remain unseen by predators

Many fish species manipulate light to remain unseen by predators

A research paper published in the journal Science has described about a fish that knows the trick to get invisible for predators. Researchers at the University of Texas Austin (UT) said that the fish species manipulates light to remain virtually invisible. It has microscopic structures in their skin cells that scatter polarized light. When they reflect their adjacent light pattern, the fish can get virtually invisible.

Researchers manage plant to grow conductive wires in it

Researchers manage plant to grow conductive wires in it

In order to take benefit of vascular circuitry, a complex network possessed by most plants that allows passage of water and nutrients from the roots to the leaves, researchers at the Linköping University in Sweden have made the plant to grow conductive wires in it. Through this way, it could provide a communication power for electronics.

Continuous shrinkage in ice makes Bears in Chukchi Sea Region to spend more time on land

Continuous shrinkage in ice makes Bears in Chukchi Sea Region to spend more time on land

A new research paper has unveiled about problem being faced by one more polar bear population. Out of 19 polar bear subpopulations, only a few have been studied. Bears in the Chukchi Sea region, body of water between Russia and Alaska, are spending majority of their time on land, as in the summers the amount of sea ice in the Chukchi Sea is on continuous decline.

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