Specie

Two new species of woolly flying squirrels discovered in the Himalayas excite scientists

by on June 10, 2021 0

Scientists have discovered two new species of woolly flying squirrel, whose scientific name is Eupetaurus cinereus. Through their study, the team of scientists discovered that there are two distinct species of woolly flying squirrels that live thousands of miles apart at some of the highest elevations in the Himalayas. The study used morphological examinations...

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A look back at the new roller coaster species from Universal

by on June 9, 2021 0

ORLANDO, Florida – Universal Orlando Resort is gearing up for the big day when its newest attraction, the Jurassic World Velocicoaster, opens to the public. While technical rehearsals have been underway since early May, the new roller coaster is slated to officially open on June 10. When the attraction officially opens, thrill seekers will...

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Struggling freshwater taonga species | Mirage News

by on June 9, 2021 0

Ten of the 18 identified freshwater taonga species are threatened or at risk of becoming extinct, Stats NZ said today. An updated environmental indicator released today also shows population trends for freshwater taonga species, with nine declining, eight not expected to change and one improving. The 18 species of freshwater taonga are a subset...

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Race to build desert solar energy and protect rare species

by on June 7, 2021 0

By Tara Lohan The Biden administration gave the green light for a major new solar development in May. the Crimson Solar Project will cover 2,500 acres of public land in the Southern California desert and provide enough electricity to power 85,000 homes. The 350-megawatt photovoltaic installation enables the country to meet the administration’s stated...

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