When drilling a small hole in Antarctica, scientists were surprised to see fish and shrimp swimming in eternal darkness at a depth of 740 m below the ice. Development of the song, tom song under the current state of South Cuc 1 Very likely The fish's bodies are translucent so the observer can see their organs. Photo: Ross Powell Ross Powell, a polar geologist at Northern Illinois University in the US, and his colleagues found the fish strange when they drilled holes in the Ross ice shelf, an area the size of France, to study the Water flows from the west of Antarctica. They swim in the water between the ice and the sea floor. The height of that aquifer is only about 10 m, and the temperature is -2 degrees Celsius, Scientific American reports.
MeBai is an elephant kidnapped and sold to people working in the tourism industry when he was only 3.5 years old. When sold, the female elephant is included in a training program to serve visitors. The main task of MeBai is to let visitors ride. But perhaps because he was too young, the elephant was not used to his new life and started losing weight, unable to carry guests on his back. Therefore, MeBai becomes useless against his kidnappers.
According to CNN, the new Pacific white-eyed dolphin born on March 18 has not been named yet. It is the first offspring of the Katrl mother fish at Shedd Aquarium, Chicago (USA). Many visitors to the Shedd Aquarium have witnessed the entire process of the mother dolphin last 3 hours. They all feel very touched and excited. "The moment a funny tail appears, your heart starts to dance in your chest because you know that it is a moment of about to witness a sacred spectacle," said Lisa Takaki, senior director of water bow said.
LIBERIA Having survived a medical experiment decades ago, many chimpanzees were abandoned on islands isolated from the world. In 1974, the film Planet of the Apes (Monkey Planet) starring Charlton Heston was adapted into a series that resonated. However, few people at that time knew that in the remote forest of Liberia, an experiment was starting on an island, where 30 years later would become "the real monkey planet."
MALAYSIA On the way to the Gomantong cave, millions of bats hang from the ceiling, floor and walls, and they will rush out as the sun sets. Deep in the humid rain forests on Borneo Island, Malaysia, a limestone fissure opens up a complex cave system, not for the faint of heart. It is Gomantong, the largest cave in Sabah state, located in the preserved forest of the local Forestry Department.
Fat dog unexpectedly famous for sitting in the first class. The dog who travels the most in the world. Hank, a dog weighing 74 kg, was owned by a wealthy interior designer to buy a first-class ticket on a flight from Los Angeles to Denver.
Unlike the usual dog and cat stations, The Cat House on the Kings looks like a hotel, fully equipped on a large plot of land, considered a paradise for homeless cats in the US . "The Cat House on the Kings" - The headquarters of a non-profit organization in the US carrying over 700 ownerless cats. It is located on a land of more than 48,500 m2 along the Kings River in Parlier, Fresno County, California (USA).
People's attitudes to feral cats are heavily influenced by indigenous culture, religion, history and legends. Many believe that the old prophet Muhammad preached while holding his beloved cat Muezza on his lap. When Muezza was discovered to be sleeping, he was even willing to cut off one side of his lap to prevent Muezza from falling asleep. "In most Muslim countries like Morocco and Turkey, they have a special relationship with cats because their prophet loves this creature," Tuul explained.
Madagascar island is home to more than 100 species of lemurs not found anywhere else on earth. Andasibe National Park is where visitors can see endemic lemurs. Lemurs have large eyes, long tails, and are diverse in size, from the largest Indri lemur in Madagascar (pictured) to Berthe rat lemur, the world's smallest primate, weighing only 30 grams. Photo: Stephen Alvarez.
Polar bears have 2 dense and hollow hairs and 10 cm of subcutaneous adipose tissue, which can be adapted to harsh living conditions. They possess incredible hearing, smell and sight. Therefore, polar bears can detect seals (prey) as far as 1.6 km, even when they are one meter deep in the snow.
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