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Killer-frog disease "Part of the sixth mass extinction of the earth"

Copyright of the image Jonathan E. Kolby, Honduras Amphibian Rescue & Con Caption The mossy red-eyed frog (Duellmanohyla soralia) A fungus that kills amphibians is responsible for the largest documented loss of nature, according to researchers. Better biosafety and wildlife trade restrictions are urgently needed to prevent further extinction. The disease, chytridiomycosis, has led to mass extinctions of frogs, toads …

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"Mars on Earth" comes to Google

Breccia Hills. (Credit: Google) If you ever wanted to know what it's like to live on Mars, Google will take you there for free. Google Street View has added images of Devon Island, the largest uninhabited island in the world. Known as an "uninhabitable" island, the devastated area in the Canadian Arctic has been referred to as "Mars on Earth," …

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The "Little Earth" Stuffed Toy Shows Up In NASA Astronauts' Photos

There is a new crew member aboard the International Space Station, but it is not human, or even an animal. Astronauts aboard have, according to reports, adopted a "Little Earth" stuffed toy. The stuffed toy has also been nicknamed "Earthie." There are three Expedition 58 crew members currently living on the space station, according to the website ScienceAlert. NASA astronaut …

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NASA Asteroid SHOCK: How British Scientists Have Helped "Save the Earth" in front of 400 miles of wide rock science news

Apophis 99942 is a two-mile space orbit near the Earth's orbit that continues to pose a destructive threat. Initial observations of NASA in 2004 suggested a 2.7 percent chance that they might hit Earth in 2029. The space agency ruled out this date, revealing in February 2013 instead of 150,000. A chance for a direct impact on Earth in 2068. …

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"Destination Earth" – New 22-mile wide impact crater buried under Greenland ice

Posted on February 11, 2019 A NASA glaciologist has discovered a potential second impact crater buried in more than a mile of ice in northwest Greenland. This follows the November 2018 report of a 19-mile wide crater beneath the Hiawatha Glacier – the first meteorite impact crater ever discovered beneath the earth's ice sheets. Although the newly found impact locations …

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