Environment And Climate

Antarctic Polar Front (APF) Is Moving South, A New Research Revealed

The Antarctic Polar Front (APF) is an oceanic zone where warm and cold waters with different chemical, physical and biological…

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Supercolony Of Penguins Stayed “Under The Radar” For About 3,000 Years

In a shocking discovery, scientists found more than 1.5 million Adelie penguins by looking at poop stains in satellite images. The…

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Global Water Supply Diminishes Despite Heavier Rainfalls

An international study has found that the global water supply is diminishing at the same time when climate change is…

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Megalodon Became Extinct Due To Its Own Size

The megalodon might have been the most significant marine predator that has ever lived on Earth, reaching 60 feet in…

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Great Barrier Reef Adapts To Ocean Warming

Great Barrier Reef’s Australian corals survived coral bleaching episodes triggered by ocean warming. Now, scientists believe that the Great Barrier…

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Massive Biosphere of Life Found Deep Under Earth’s Surface

The planet Earth is still a mysterious place which scientists are just starting to understand entirely. In a recent fascinating…

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Ancient Mass Extinction, The So-Called Great Dying, Caused By Hot Ocean Water

About 250 million years ago, more than 90% of sea life and 70% of land life died in what the scientists…

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Greenland Ice Sheet Is Melting Faster Than Ever In The Last 350 Years

As a new study published in the journal Nature reported, Greenland ice sheet is now melting faster than ever in…

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Enormous Unexplored Cave Found In Canada

In the remote Canadian wilderness, researchers found an enormous unexplored cave, and, although this cavern boasts an overwhelming size, the scientists indicate…

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Great Barrier Reef Would Be Hit By Coral Bleaching Next Year Due To A New Record Heatwave

A new record heatwave in north Queensland, Australia, will increase, once again, the water temperature above average, increasing the risks…

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