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Poor water conditions drive invasive snake heads ashore

Snake head side. Picture credits: Noah Bressman The largest fish that migrates ashore, the insatiable northern snakehead, will flee to sour, salty, or carbon dioxide-rich water – important information for the future management of this invasive species. Snake heads eat native species of fish, frogs and crabs and destroy the food web in some habitats. You can survive up to …

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An old four-legged whale from Peru went ashore and swam in the sea

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Scientists have unearthed fossils of a four-legged whale in a coastal desert in southern Peru, which had thrived 43 million years ago, both in the sea and on land. This discovery illuminates a crucial stage in the early desert sea evolution. The newly discovered early whale Peregocetus, which lived about 43 million years ago, is depicted along …

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Strong winds push huge ice chunks ashore near Lake Erie

26th February 2019 Strong winds pushed huge chunks of ice on Sunday over the shores of the Niagara River, near the US-Canada border in Fort Erie, Ontario. Strong winds or bumps cause an ice storm. Currents force broken ice off the water surface to go ashore. These events are also referred to as "ice tsunamis" because of their type of …

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Unusual amount of sea turtle wash ashore, over 100 dead | News

WELLFLEET, Mass. (Meredith / AP) – An unusual number of sea turtles have been washed ashore in New England, Massachusetts. Many of the turtles are part of a critically endangered turtle species called Kemp's ridley. A Massachusetts wildlife sanctuary director 219 turtles washed ashore Wednesday through Friday on Cape Cod beaches. The expert tells CNN that 173 of those turtles …

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Sockeye carcasses thrown ashore over two decades spur tree growth

A sockeye battles up the shallow waters of Hansen Creek. Credit: Dennis Wise / University of Washington Hansen Creek, a small stream in southwestern Alaska, is hard to spot on a map. It is just over a mile long and about 4 inches deep. The crossing from one bank to the other takes about five steps. However, this creek hosts …

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Lehigh River rescuers look for 145 lost rafters; they all seem to be OK ashore

Monday night, Rescue teams from Lehigh and Northampton counties were deployed to the Lehigh River rainforest after Lehighton officials reported missing up to 145 rafters. Three hours later, Gary Williams, director of Carbon County 911, said an emergency The officers were pretty confident that everyone who made the raft trip would be alive and kicking. "It sounds like they're just …

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South African fossils describe the early history of life ashore

Two newly discovered early amphibians Tutusius and Umzantsia, who lived in South Africa about 360 million years ago during the Devon Thomson Reuters By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Fossils of two amphibians living in the Antarctic Circle 360 ​​million years ago force scientists to rethink the origins of farmers where these pioneers first appeared and the climatic conditions she …

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South African fossils describe the early history of life ashore

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Fossils of two amphibians living in the Antarctic environment 360 million years ago force scientists to rethink the origins of farmers, where these pioneers first appeared and what climatic conditions they produced. Two newly discovered early amphibians, Tutusius and Umzantsia, who lived approximately 360 million years ago during the Devonian period and whose partial remains were found …

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