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The 240-million-year-old megapredator had a 12-foot reptile in its stomach

Researchers studying a nearly complete skeleton of a 240 million year old “megapredator” have found another large reptile in the stomach. According to a study published in the journal iScience, the 15-foot-long ichthyosaur known as Guizhouichthyosaurus had swallowed a thalattosaur nearly 12-foot long. The ichthyosaur likely died soon after devouring its prey. “We have never found the articulated remains of …

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Petrified dinosaur stomach reveals dinosaur’s last meal, 110 million years old

The artist Julius Csotonyi created this illustration of the armored dinosaur Borealopelta markmitchelli. Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology What exactly did a 2,900 pound armored dinosaur eat 110 million years ago? Thanks to careful work by scientists, we know the answer. Lots of leafy greens. A research team uncovered the nutritional secrets of a petrified nodosaur, Borealopelta markmitchelli. “The discovery …

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Why positioning Covid-19 patients on the stomach can save lives

Before I get there, Narasimhan told the other doctor, try to lay the patient on his stomach and see if that helps. Narasimhan did not have to go to the intensive care unit. The flip worked. Doctors find that placing the sickest coronavirus patients on the stomach – called the prone position – helps increase the amount of oxygen that …

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Listen as a ghost crab deterred enemies – its stomach growls science

Jennifer Taylor By David Shultz 10, 2019, 7:01 PM Apart from Disney's Sebastian and Tamatoa, crabs are not known for their acoustic abilities. The ghost cancer can change that. The crustaceans that live on the beach can produce noisy claws, not only with their claws, but also with their guts, as new research shows Atlantic coastal beaches of the United …

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Ghost crabs use teeth in the stomach to growl predators science

Angry crabs have a secret weapon to deter their enemies and fend off predators when their claws are in combat, scientists say. Brain Crayfish, named for their sand-pale bodies and nocturnal antics, "growl" with teeth in the stomach against attackers, leaving their claws free for attack maneuvers and general waving. This is the first known evidence "It is definitely an …

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New research shows that a human stomach pathogen is attracted to bleaching

<img src = "https://scx1.b-cdn.net/csz/news/800/2019/3-newresearchr.jpg" alt = "New research shows that a human stomach pathogen is attracted to bleaching. The protein TlpD, which perceives the bleaching, is shown in the inset image: Arden Perkins University of Oregon researchers have discovered a molecular mechanism by which the human gastric pathogen Helicobacter pylori is attracted to bleaching, also known as hypochlorous acid or …

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Secret found as a surgical plate in 15-foot crocodile stomach

The saltwater crocodile named MJ died in June at the Koorana Crocodile Farm near Rockhampton, Queensland, in the northeast of the country. The orthopedic plate was discovered in the intestine of the animal along with various stones that were used for grinding food, during an investigation to his death. "Strange things appear in crocodile stomachs all the time," farm owner …

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The secret to being a better runner may be hidden in your stomach

It really does take to run a marathon. In fact, endurance athletes who carry a specific type of good bacteria may perform better than those without this microorganism running around in their digestive tracts, according to a paper published Monday in the journal Nature Medicine. Harvard Researchers analyzed stool samples from 10 Boston Marathon runners who completed the 26.2-mile race …

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On CT scan, the doctor discovers 100 Bubble Tea beads in the girl's stomach: Report

Most things are better in moderation – and this obviously includes bubble tea. A 14-year-old girl from Zhejiang Province, China, was reportedly hospitalized in late May after suffering constipation for five days, Asia One reports. The culprit: tapioca pearls, which are often found at the bottom of the popular drink. FLORIDA-WILDLIFE OFFICER WITH LYME DISEASE OPENED UNTIL IDENTIFICATION FOR LIFE …

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