Mysteries and music: Listening in to underwater life
When marine researchers started recording sounds in the seagrass meadows of the Mediterranean Sea they picked up a mysterious sound, like the croak of a frog, that resounded within the dense foliage and nowhere else.
Early “lab-grown: Covid virus found in sample lends weight to Wuhan theory
The samples were sent to Sangon Biotech for sequencing in Dec 2019 where they became contaminated with a previously unknown variant of Covid-19
Hominin Bone in Israel Dated to 1.5 Million Years Ago
When compared to the remains of other early humans, the fossil is evidence of human dispersal out of Africa in successive waves
Whales species seen in Turkish waters in danger: Expert
Six whale species that live in the Mediterranean and Aegean seas have been classified as endangered after they were washed ashore due to fishing nets, currents, sickness and sonar frequency, according to a Turkish expert.
99 million-year-old flowers perfectly preserved in amber
Flowers discovered perfectly preserved in globs of amber bloomed at the feet of dinosaurs, suggesting that some flowering plants in South Africa today have remained unchanged for 99 million years, a new study reveals.
Greece creates 5,000 artificial bat shelters
A plan for the protection of bats, but also of crops from harmful insects that threaten production is being prepared by the Organization for Natural Environment and Climate Change (OFYPEKA), a body supervised by the Ministry of Environment and Energy.
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“Sotiris” the whale did not make it in the end: The whale was found dead in Salamina
The whale had been found injured last Friday
WHO: Sub-Variant of Omicron has been Found in 57 Countries
A sub-variant of the Omicron coronavirus variant has been found in 57 countries.
This was announced by the World Health Organization (WHO), reports AFP and BTA.
It is possible that it will be even more contagious than the original version, according to AFP.
Daily Covid case count somewhat lower than a week ago
Ljubljana – Slovenia logged 11,810 new coronavirus cases on Monday, a drop of 7.5% from the same day a week ago but on fewer PCR tests. The figure is likely to increase today as positive rapid tests are added to the cases picked up from PCR testing.
How does sleep affect sperm quality?
A study in Denmark showed men have better sperm if they had 8 hours of sleep
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