Tibetan Mastiff: World's Most Expensive and Sought After Dog That Resembles a Lion
The Tibetan mastiff is the world's most expensive dog. The golden-coated dog with giant and fluffy physique are not lions, but they may cost nearly as much. They reach at least 26 inches shoulder in height when standing, and typically weighs more than 100 lbs.
Experts Warn Ominous Threat of Flu Season to Happen this Year, But is US Ready?
Following the arrival of winter in the United States, there has been concern that a wave of illnesses and flus are on the way. As a result of these conditions, authorities and citizens have been considering ways to combat flus and the COVID virus.
China’s Moon Rocks Prove Existence of Lava Flowing on the Moon’s Surface 1.97 billion Years Ago
Oceanus Procella rum, or the Ocean of Storms, is a dark-grey region in the Moon's northwest quarter that may be viewed without a telescope from Earth. The landing site, which is near Mons Rümker, a 70-kilometer-wide mound, may contain rocks and soil that are just 1.2 billion years old, because of a huge volcanic eruption that buried the underlying surface.
World Leaders Warn Collapse of Ecosystems if Destruction of Nature Continues
Global businesses have called upon heads of state to deliver meaningful action in preventing the destruction of nature, and draft an actionable framework that addresses global biodiversity. This is to ensure that loss of nature does not go far enough than it already has, specifically the mass extinctions of wildlife and collapse of ecosystems. Big businesses warn this could arise risks of "a dead planet".
Study: 6 Million Americans Felt no Significant Side Effects From mRNA Vaccines
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved several COVID-19 vaccines for emergency use in certain age groups (FDA). Both the Pfizer and Moderna injections had no significant adverse effects, according to an ongoing monitoring system for the safety of mRNA vaccines for COVID-19.
Climate Change to be Blamed for 'Supercharging' Heat Waves Across California
Climatologists foresee a more dreadful heat extremes over the next few decades as the planet continues to warm, and regions across Southern California are not exempted.
Powerful 5.9 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Tokyo, Halting Trains and Damaging Pipes
A powerful magnitude 5.9 earthquake hit Tokyo on Thursday night, damaging underground water pipes and halting trains and subways. Reports say 30 more people are injured.
Ancient Sloth Giant Enjoyed Munching Meat, New Study
Mylodon Darwinii is a genus of extinct ground sloths that belonged to the Mylodontidae family and was found in Chile and Argentina in southern South America. Current study shows that M. Darwinii might have been a meat-hungry scavenger, picking up scraps, or perhaps an opportunistic omnivore, eating meat or other animal protein whenever it was available.
Antarctic Ice Reveals Earth’s Atmosphere in the 14th Century Full of Black Carbon
As shown by recent study from Antarctica, the planet's air during the pre-industrial age is not as pure as how we imagine it to be. Analysis of six ice core wells taken from the southernmost continent has revealed a significant increase in black carbon since the 14th century.
'Historic Day': WHO Initiates Widespread Rollout of First-Ever Malaria Vaccine in Africa
The World Health Organization has proposed that the first malaria vaccine be widely distributed, a move that experts believe would save tens of thousands of children's lives each year throughout Africa.
Australia Fears Disasters Due to Climate Change May Result in Billions of Casualties and Damages
The cost of extreme weather in Australia has more than quadrupled since the 1970s, reaching $35 billion in the last decade, according to new research from the Climate Council. Extreme weather events caused by climate change, as well as the effects of sea-level rise, might cost Australia $100 billion per year by 2038.
During Deep Sea Dive, Scientists Spot Alien-Like Squid That Dwells on the Deepest Parts of the Ocean
In the deepest parts of the world's oceans, almost entirely beyond the reach of sunlight, is a world imaginable where only little has been known. Aboard the research vessel Falkor, they were able to detect another rare species in the ocean's depth: an 'otherworldly squid' rarely seen by human eyes.
'Chief Dragon’ Dinosaur: Oldest Meat-Eating Dinosaur Was Actually the Size of a Chicken
Researchers describe in a new published study the oldest known meat-eating dinosaur from the United Kingdom that may sound monstrous, like a typical dinosaur, but actually the size of a chicken.
Remnants of Ancient Dinosaur DNA Discovered in 125-Million-Year-Old Fossil
Scientists detected a 125-million-year-old dinosaur DNA in China, and it could be the oldest recorded chromosome material preserved in a vertebrate fossil.
Covid Toes: Why Do Some Covid Survivors Get Painful Lesions in Toes and Fingers?
It's terrible enough that you've been infected with Covid. However, some of the individuals have lesions on their toes and fingers. These lesions are mild for some people, but unpleasant and irritating for others. Covid toe is the common name for this condition.