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Worldwide expedition finds 200,000 types of viruses in the oceans

After circumnavigating the globe and sampling the ocean from pole to pole, scientists have discovered nearly 200,000 marine virus populations. In the marine ecosystem, tiny creatures called microbes make most of the biodiversity of the ocean out of its biomass. However, much less is known about the viruses – packets of genetic information that replicate themselves in other living things …

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Worldwide expedition finds 200,000 types of viruses in the oceans

The Tara sails in the Arctic. Photo: Tara Ocean After a world voyage that sampled the ocean from pole to pole, scientists have discovered nearly 200,000 inhabitants of marine viruses. In the marine ecosystem, tiny creatures called microbes account for most of the ocean's biodiversity and over half of its biomass. However, much less is known about the viruses – …

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The Myers Briggs Types As Friends, Ranked From Best To Worst

Friendships are an important part of life. Friends are there for us when we're feeling down and ready to celebrate your success. They keep us sane and drive us insane. Friendships help us in areas of our lives no other relationships can. As the saying goes, friends are the family we choose for ourselves. Friends can span all different kinds …

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Mobvoi's new Wear OS smartwatches detect various types of physical activity

Mobvoi today unveiled its TicWatch E2 and S2 smartwatches at CES, the first of its Wear OS watches to receive a series of features called TicMotion. The company states that its watches can detect movements and gestures to trigger different functions automatically. For example, if you start cycling, your driving statistics will be automatically tracked without you having to set …

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Two types of dry dog ​​food recalled vitamin D toxicity reports

Two types of dry dog ​​food were recalled after three separate reports from pet owners that their pets were suffering from vitamin D toxicity as a result of eating the feed. Natural Life Pet Products voluntarily recalls Natural Life Chicken & Potato Dry Dog Food in eight states, and Nutrisca volunteers to remember the nationwide chicken and chickpea dry food …

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Palau bans many types of sunscreens, noting the threat of coral

SYDNEY >> The West Pacific nation of Palau is the first country to ban many types of sunscreen to protect coral reefs from chemicals that scientists claim are causing significant damage. JAMM AQUINO / JAQUINO @ STARADVERTISER .COM The Governor of Hawaii, David Ige, signs bill Senate Bill 2571 at a State Capitol press conference on July 3. The Senate …

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Ford types Bryan Cranston for boastful US campaign | CMO Strategy

Ford tries to get his Mojo back and asks Bryan Cranston to help with the task. The automaker, which faces a falling stock price and tight control over its strategic direction this year, has tapped the actor in a large-scale campaign called "Built Ford Proud." The US campaign that will be televised This weekend is the debut for Ford by …

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Africa was once home to many different types of people, says new study | Science | news

Until recently, the common belief was that Homo sapiens originated in the East African Rift Valley 200,000 years ago, before leaving the continent and populating the rest of the world 60,000 years ago. Recent discoveries, however, presented a challenge This simplistic view shows not least that our ancient ancestors mingled with Neanderthals and the mysterious Denisovan hominids at different times. …

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Small types of translucent spider found hidden in a cave in Indiana

These tiny spiders belong to a group known as the leafweed and have so far only been found in southern Indiana. The Stygian River Cave in southern Indiana is home to a tiny spider species that science has recently discovered. The tiny arachnids measure only two millimeters (or about 0.07 inches) and belong to a spider genus called Islandiana commonly …

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