21, Jul 2023
Unique Proteins in Resilient Water Bears Safeguard

According to research, tardigrades, also known as water bears, have a special type of protein in their cells that protects against dehydration. Water bears, also called tardigrades, were known for their ability to withstand harsh conditions. In addition, recent research by researchers from the University of Tokyo suggests that tardigrades can also withstand severe dehydration. […]

21, Jul 2023
Florida Intriguing Snake Chomps Beyond What It Swallow Chokes

A rare snake has been found dead in Florida after choking on a giant centipede. At the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo, researchers discovered the Tantilla oolitica, better known as the crowned snake of RIM rock. According to a press release from the Florida Museum of Natural History, this was the […]

21, Jul 2023
Eventually Millions of Sea Turtles

The exploitation of sea turtles has become one of the world’s ecological problems. According to a new study conducted by American researchers, more than 1.1 million sea turtles were finished worldwide between 1990 and 2020 by unlawful slaughter and poaching. Pass away of sea turtles In the new article, published on Wednesday, September 7 in […]

21, Jul 2023
Marine Hunters Track Down Food Areas of Interest in Marine Swirls

A recent study has revealed a remarkable discovery about how marine predators such as tuna, billiards and sharks catch food and gather in countercyclical ocean eddies that rotate clockwise. The scientists who led the study are from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and the Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington (UW APL). […]