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Scientists Find Relationship Between Shape of Nose and Climate Change
People residing in a place with warm and humid conditions commonly have wider noses, while those that live in cold and dry locations have narrower nose.
Border Security Over Environment: Trump's Budget Cuts Climate Change Funding
The $1.1 trillion budget outline revealed cutting the funds of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by about one-third
Ad Agency in Moscow Sued for 'Erotic Raccoon Shoot'
After the photoshoot, the zoo noticed that Thomas' behavior has changed. He became "obsessed" with women's breasts.
What?! Scientists Just Discovered a Fish That Could Survive on Land
According to scientists at UNSW and the Australian National University, some fishes have learned to live outside their usual habitat in a bid to stay safe and escape their predators.
Man Becomes Hero After Making 'Wheelchair' for Struggling Pet Goldfish -- But Is it Safe?
While most people adored and praised Derek for the job well done, Smithsonian Magazine said the wheelchair might actually harm the fish more.
LOOK: Woman Suffers Burns, Blisters After Headphone Explodes Midflight
The photos showed her injuries, including blisters and burn marks, prompting safety warning for passengers using battery-powered devices in aircrafts.
Hungry Little Monsters: Spiders Eat More Meat Than Humans Do
United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation estimates that humans on Earth consume about 400 million tonnes of meat and fish each year while spiders eat 400-800 million tons of prey every year.
Biggest Snow Storm in 129 Years Hits Northeastern United States Including New York
A major snowstorm whipped through the northeast and mid-Atlantic portion of the, including New York City on Tuesday.
Life Expectancy by State: Are You Living in a State With Lowest Life Expectancy?
The United States may be one of the world's most powerful, but when it comes to average life expectancy, it is not.
This Loyal Penguin Swims Every Year to Visit the Man Who Saved His Life
The species of Dindim normally breeds on the Patagonia coasts of Argentina and Chile which is three to five thousand miles away from where the retired fisherman lives, New York Post reported.
'I Heard at Least Ten Gunshots': Police Fatally Shoots Pit Bulls Chomping on a Man
Two loose pit bulls had been gunned down by police after mauling a man inside his apartment.
Dead on the Spot: Lightning Strike Kills Jogging Elderly Couple in Malaysia
Lightning expert Prof Ir Dr Mohd Zainal Abidin Ab Kadir, said Malaysia has the third highest lightning activity in the world. And the lack of awareness of Malaysians on this statistics makes it even more dangerous for them.
Scientific Proof of Life After Death? Unexplained Brain Activity of Dead Patient Baffles Scientists
The mysterious surge in the dead patient's brain activity lasted for at least 10 minutes.
Snake Plague: Guam's Invasive Snakes Are Destroying The Ecosystem
While the bird-eating snake, also known as the brown tree snakes (Boiga irregularishas) already eliminated many bird species on the area, a new study revealed that it is also destroying the Pacific island's forests.
Seafood Company in Australia Convicted for 'Brutally' Killing Lobster
The Nicholas Seafoods was charged with animal cruelty after Australia's Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) reportedly observed employees dismembering and butchering lobsters with a bandsaw, an act, which was found to be in breach of the New South Wales Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.