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Scientists Reveal Human Jaw Mystery

The scientists have analyzed, that the Jaw first appears in the rising origin because of cartilage bar similar to a gill arch. The scientists said that in human skull, the denture such as maxilla and premaxilla makes the whole jaws that carry our teeth. Unlike the shark, a human being new bones show on the outside of the cartilage, stated the scien ...
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Roman Coins Found In Japan

The researchers from Gangoji Institute for research of Cultural Property, Japan have found ten rusty Roman coins underneath a castle in Japan. According to the researchers, these ten discs belong to the medieval time. The mysterious discovery of these coins has been discovered last month, stated the scientists. Currently, the scientists are trying ...
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Rising Population of Adélie Penguins

The researchers have suggested the inhabitant of Adélie Penguins has increased due to shrinking Antarctic glaciers. The researchers have used mitochondrial DNA from living Adélie penguins. Through the DNA samples the scientists have come to know that about the demographic history of the penguins for the past 22,000 years. The research ...
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Moon Grabs a New Look after Every 81,000 Years

NASA has revealed that comet crash, asteroids and connected garbage form and change moon’s surface. According to the scientists the time span of this makeover is much faster than it was thought earlier. As per the data discovered by the scientists the comet crash also affects the rocky surface along with the lunar surface of the moon. As per ...
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Organic Molecule Glows At Room Temperature

A Team of researchers have created an inexpensive molecule that shines at the room temperature. The molecule has been named as Room-Temperature Phosphorescence (RTP) by the scientists.   The researchers said that the development was more of a challenge. Additionally, oxygen and physical vibrations obstruct with the ability of organic phospho ...
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New Factors of Pollution in the Arctic

Currently scientists are working on the possible factors of pollution that is increasing every day. Through the research the scientists have come to know that this year the low level of ice might be seen. The researchers have captured some pictures that showed certain rapid changes in the climate. A team of scientists is trying to understand the re ...
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Oldest Vocal Organ Proved Singing Inability of Dinosaurs

The researchers have revealed the singing incompetence of dinosaurs through an oldest vocal organ of a bird. The vocal organ has found in an Antarctic fossil. According to the analysts the fossil belongs to duck or geese that lived the age of dinosaurs.   The scientists have named this Mesozoic Era vocal organ as syrinx. As per the discovery ...
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Study Claims Americans were from Asia

Texas A&M University professor has disclosed that first American habitants were from Asia. The scientists have got some ultimate proofs from the Ice Age skeleton of a one-year-old boy. As per the study the scientists have assumed that ancient people were direct ancestors of modern resident Americans. According to the researchers the skeleton wa ...
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Rising Population of Blackbucks in Rajasthan

Rajasthan Forest department is planning to relocate the rising population of blackbucks. As per the plan 10 km long and 1 km wide corridor will be created by the department. The officials stated that 200 bucks will be transpose from their present habitat at the Tal Chappar Sanctuary in Churu. Over 200 blackbucks will be relocated to a village grazi ...
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Comet’s New Images By Rosetta Spacecraft

European Space Agency’s spacecraft Rosetta has captured new pictures of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The newly found image was taken during zero signals, because of a crash. Comet’s gas, dust as well as plasma atmosphere can be seen clearly in the images. According to the scientists these high resolution images helped them to study ...
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