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Scientists discover rare, 110 million old spider fossils with eerie glowing eyes

Scientists discover rare, 110-million-year-old spider fossils with eerie glowing eyes that help them hunt at night Spider-shining spiders were fossilized in exposed slate in South Korea Structure called tapetum behind the retina The study marks the first time that the tapetum was found in a fossil, and for the first time this type of spider, called Lagonomegopid, was kept in …

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Huge genome reveals sequence adaptations in key wound healing and genomic stability genes linked to the protection of cancer – ScienceDaily

The Great White Shark is one of the Earth's best-known sea creatures, providing broad public fascination and media attention, including the emergence of one of Hollywood's most successful films. This shark has remarkable features, including its massive size (up to 20 feet and 7,000 pounds) and diving at almost 4,000 feet. Large whites are also an important nature reserve because …

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The genome of the Great White Shark is here – superpowers and all

Is there more intimidating animal in than the Great White Shark? Just try installing a radio transmitter or pulling a blood tube out of a six-ton ​​meat-seeking rocket with shaving teeth. However, the scientific understanding of these iconic top predators has been constrained by both technical challenges and human bias in studying species that are located in narrower branches of …

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Biodiversity has remained constant since the boom in life

The diversity of species living on the planet has NOT increased since the death of dinosaurs, studies from 30,000 places worldwide Scientists believed that biodiversity had increased over millions of years The number of species has increased in sporadic outbreaks have increased The number of species in different ecosystems has been around for 'tens of millions of years' & # …

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This simple optical illusion could actually cause a delay in your brain

The Pinna-Brelstaff illusion is a lot of fun: concentric rings of shapes with inverse shading. As you move your head closer or farther from the illusion, the rings appear to be spinning, expanding, and contracting (continue, wait until you try the above image). We know that the shading effect plays a role in making our brain perceive movement, though there …

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Super Snow Moon, the biggest Supermoon 2019, lights up the sky

The supermoon occurs during this full moon because it is closest to Earth in its orbit. Technically, the Supermoon will peak on Tuesday morning at 10:54 ET, but will not be visible then. Instead, keep an eye on Monday and Tuesday night. Moonrise is the best time for anyone interested in taking dramatic Supermoon photos as the Moon is closest …

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