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Scientists have discovered the world’s largest shark that is not actually a carnivore – ScienceAlert

The largest shark in our oceans is famous for being a gentle giant, and there seems to be more to it than we ever realized. whales and sharks (Rincodon type) are filter feeders, believed to carefully comb the water for small animals such as krill. Among the young swimmers they catch are greens, which are …

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Scientists have discovered the world’s largest shark that is not actually a carnivore – ScienceAlert

The largest shark in our oceans is famous for being a gentle giant, and there seems to be more to it than we ever realized. whales and sharks (Rincodon type) are filter feeders, believed to carefully comb the water for small animals such as krill. Among the young swimmers they catch are greens, which are …

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Why do some people never get sick? Harvard scientists are close to the answer – SciTechDaily

The research found that one day, tolerance of the pathogen may increase in order to treat infections in humans and other animals. Drugs that can be used to treat infections in mammals by causing tolerance to pathogens were discovered through research on frog embryos. Why do some people always seem to be healthy while others …

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Graphene scientists take first pictures of atoms ‘swimming’ in liquid – Phys.org

Atoms swim in liquid thanks to graphene. Credit: University of Manchester Graphene scientists from the University of Manchester have created a new ‘Petri nanodish’ using two-dimensional (2D) materials to create a new way of observing how atoms move in a liquid. Publishing in the magazine temper natureIn this study, the team led by researchers from …

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Scientists use dead spiders as frightening claws – Gizmodo

We probably all killed a spider Or two in the past, but what if this spider’s corpse could be redirected into something useful? Well, researchers at Rice University of Texas think they can, and they’re pioneering “microbes” by injecting dead spiders with air for use in grabbing small objects. When Daniel Preston, a professor of …

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Scientists use dead spiders as frightening claws – Gizmodo

We probably all killed a spider Or two in the past, but what if this spider’s corpse could be redirected into something useful? Well, researchers at Rice University of Texas think they can, and they’re pioneering “microbes” by injecting dead spiders with air for use in grabbing small objects. When Daniel Preston, a professor of …

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Scientists have calculated the probability of trash falling into space and killing someone – ScienceAlert

The chance of someone being killed by space junk falling from the sky might seem very small. After all, no one has yet died from such an accident, although there have been cases of injury and property damage. But given that we’re launching an ever-increasing number of satellites, rockets, and probes into space, do we …

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Scientists have calculated the probability of trash falling into space and killing someone – ScienceAlert

The chance of someone being killed by space junk falling from the sky might seem very small. After all, no one has yet died from such an accident, although there have been cases of injury and property damage. But given that we’re launching an ever-increasing number of satellites, rockets, and probes into space, do we …

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A whale shark (Rhincodon typus) opens its mouth to filter-feed.

Scientists have discovered that whale sharks are the largest carnivores in the world – Livescience.com

Whale sharks are the largest species of shark in the world, and scientists have now found that giant sharks are more fascinating eating machines than previously thought. In addition to eating massive amounts of krill – tiny shrimp-like crustaceans – whale sharks also ingest huge amounts of seaweed, enabling the aquatic giants to officially get …

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Strange ‘flower’ creature glimpsed in the depths of the Pacific Ocean – ScienceAlert

New footage showing a giant, bizarre-looking sea creature quietly floating in the depths of the Pacific Ocean has left researchers wondering if what they’re seeing is a new species. A team of scientists discovered the strange animal while aboard E/V nautilusa research vessel used by the Ocean Exploration Trust – a non-profit organization that conducts …

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