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Scientists Have Sequenced Termite’s Gut Microbiome

Termites are often called “silent destroyers” because they can hide and multiply in your house or yard without any immediate signs of deterioration. All termites consume cellulose-based plant materials. Even more, the termites eat wood. Just recently, scientists were able to…
A Dumbo Octopus Newborn Was Caught On Video For The First Time Ever

https://d21rhj7n383afu.cloudfront.net/washpost-production/TWP/20180220/5a8c4ab5e4b0cf24f5c1b6a4/5a8c4b4be4b0febfea16e8dc_1439412357318-vhunw0_t_1519143761022_854_480_1200.mp4 An octopus newborn has been caught on video for the first time ever by Tim Shank, an ecologist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, in Massachusetts, in the USA. Flapping its huge ears, which are as big as its body,…
Giraffes Pregnant At The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Officials of the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo have recently confirmed that one of their giraffes is pregnant. Also, a second one may also be carrying. Muzkiki, one of the zoo’s giraffes bread with the Khalid, the giraffe male at the Cheyenne Mountain…
Lions Killed A Poacher In South Africa

The remains of a man whose identity is not yet known have been found next to a loaded hunting rifle in a private hunting reserve near the Kruger National Park in Limpopo Province in South Africa. Supposedly, the man was…