Males of dolphins have learned to give sponges for lovers

January 15, 2018

Australian and Swiss biologists found that males of humpback dolphins (Sousa sahulensis) bring potential sexual partners gifts – sponges of a certain kind. According to the researchers, except humans and some other primates, this behavior is not observed in wildlife. The corresponding article is published in Scientific Reports. Scientists for about ten years watched from the boats for the behavior of humpback dolphins of the north-eastern coast of Australia. They…

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Algae will soon melt Greenland

January 12, 2018

The influence of tiny green photosynthetic on the Arctic climate has been noticeably undervalued – it is they, and not industrial pollution, that make Greenland ice melt. An international group of glaciologists discovered that microalgae that breed on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet make it much darker and cause it to melt under the sun’s rays. And the role of these organisms was even greater than that of…

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Top-5 most expected scientific events of 2018

January 12, 2018

Scientists almost daily make discoveries of various levels: someone is exploring the ways of brewing coffee, and someone – gravitational waves. And it is often difficult to predict the effect that this or that seemingly insignificant discovery can have on human civilization. We have collected the most interesting and truly disturbing imaginative scientific sensations that humanity really expects. We do not in any way pretend that this rating is closed…

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Mutants of Fukushima

January 11, 2018

In 1 of March, 2011 as a result of a powerful earthquake and the subsequent tsunami at the Japanese nuclear power plant “Fukushima” occurred the largest disaster. Accident was awarded the seventh – the highest – the level of danger. The whole world, with bated breath, eagerly caught the latest news from the “Fukushima” … Since then, more than 6 years have passed. The level of radiation in areas where…

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The mummified girl already 97 years looks as alive

January 11, 2018

Scientists, and all sorts of independent researchers, including religious ones, are still struck by a unique mummy – a two-year-old girl named Rosalia Lombardo, who has preserved her amazing freshness for 97 years, as if the child has not died, but just fallen asleep. The body of Rosalie Lombardo, being in a glass coffin, has not changed for a whole century, even blond hair, the girl’s cilia look alive, and…

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74-year-old grandmother accidentally dressed the Christmas tree with female panties: funny photo

January 8, 2018

In Ireland, a 74-year-old woman bought several new-year toys in the Dunnes store. Even after hanging the colorful decorations on the Christmas tree, she did not understand that this is actually a multi-colored female thong panties packed in a round transparent ball. The dirty trick was noticed by the granddaughter of the pensioner Alex Birmingham, who told about what happened on her Twitter page. VIEW PHOTOS (8)  

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Forbes considered musicians earnings

December 17, 2017

No wonder, but the star of the 90s still manages to earn the most, its rapper Sean Combs, known under the pseudonym P. Diddy. In 2017, he earned $ 130 million. In second place is the singer Beyonce with an annual income of 105 million dollars. The third position in the rapper Drake, earned about 94 million dollars. What is most interesting, the main income of these stars is not…

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The world is slowly going crazy

December 17, 2017

Hollywood stars now and then speak out for gender neutrality. So the singer Pink recently wrote on her page in Instagram that she grow up her children within the framework of freedom of choice and does not label them. Recall that Pink has two children, 6-year-old daughter Willow and 11-month-old son Jameson. The reason for the post was her daughter’s recent statement that when she grows up she will marry…

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The failed attempt to set a world record

December 17, 2017

In the distant 1986 at the festival Balloonfest ’86 in Cleveland it was planned to set a world record for the simultaneous launch of balloons into the sky. The show was attended by representatives of the Guinness Book of Records, which monitored the fulfillment of the conditions of the record. The organizers spent $ 500,000 to launch 1, 5 million balls. The balls were held under the net, and after…

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The student instantly became popular, having published it

December 17, 2017

On the eve of the difficult exams, a student of the University of Alabama, Kelsey Hall decided to cheer fellow students and came to class in a New Year tree costume. The girl liked the reaction of her associates and that evening she made a rash post in Tweeter. Kelsey posted her photo in the outfit and signed that if this photo recruited 1000 retweets she would attend the session…

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