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Hawaiian monk seal has removed eel from the nose

A Hawaiian monk seal with eel coming out of its nose? COURTESY NOAA / BRITTANY DOLAN A young Hawaiian monk seal was spotted at the French Frigate Shoals in the northwestern Hawaiian Islands with a spotted eel in its nose this past summer. <! – ~~ -> <! – ~~ -> A Hawaiian monk seal with an eel coming out …

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The mysterious phenomenon of seals with eels in the nose

Why? As? NOAA / Brittany Dolan, NOAA Approval No. 16632-02 How does a seal get an eel in its nose? Earlier this week, the Hawaiian Monk Seal Research Program published the picture above and showed an unfortunate picture of young seal with an eel in its nose. Surprisingly, it is not the first time that researchers have hit a pinniped …

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Christmas turkey, fruit cake in the direction of the space station

by MARCIA DUNN, The Associated Press A Falcon 9 SpaceX missile lifts from space launch complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Cape Canaveral, FL, on Wednesday, December 5, 2018, for a cargo-to-airflight delivery flight , (AP Photo / John Raoux) CAPE CANAVERAL, Fl. (AP) – The Christmas turkey shot Wednesday towards the International Space Station, along with cranberry …

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Fossil ichthyosaur bacon is proof that they were warm-blooded

An approximately 180-million-year-old ichthyosaur fossil contains preserved skin with pigmentation and hustle and bustle. (Credit: Johan Lindgren) For the first time, researchers have identified blubber and other soft tissue conserved in an early Jurassic ichthyosaur. The new interpretation of the 180-million-year-old fossil suggests that the extinct marine reptiles were warm-blooded. Ichthyosaurs floated the seas of the Mesozoic and were in …

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SpaceX launches Falcon 9 from Cape Canaveral and can not sustain the landing

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – The Christmas turkey slides along with the cranberry sauce, candied yam roots and the obligatory fruit cake towards the International Space Station (Spacecraft). The Falcon 9 rocket fired into a clear, cool sky, but the first-stage booster, aiming for a touchdown in front of the launch pad, crashed into the sea. The booster could get out …

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Falcon 9 rocket launches successfully from Cape Canaveral but lands outside the target – Spaceflight Now

If you would like to see other articles of this nature, please support our space program coverage by becoming Spaceflight Now Member . If everyone who likes our website contributes to financing, we can continue to expand and improve our coverage. Live coverage of the countdown and launch of a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral with SpaceX's 16th operational …

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LADY DRIVEN: 2019 Honda Insight is a rounded hybrid wheels

I could not help feeling goose bumps last week when I heard that "touchdown was confirmed," followed by the overriding, emotional applause of Mission Control at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a television broadcast story. I along with countless other Earthlings observed when the Mars InSight Landers landed on Mars. InSight, short for Interior Exploration with seismic survey, geodesy, and …

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Watch as SpaceX carries thousands of pounds of freight and experiments to the International Space Station ISS

Just two days after launching from California, SpaceX will launch another of its Falcon 9 rockets from Florida this afternoon. The vehicle will carry supplies for the astronauts aboard the International Space Station. This is the 16th Cargo Resupply mission SpaceX has been launching for NASA since 2012. And as usual, SpaceX performs one of its typical missile landings after …

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