a friendly Erik describes the new species of tree in portland
Greenpeace discovered a new species of sponge in the submarine canyons of the Bering Sea. See the new species for yourself! Dive into our "Aaptos Kanuux - Heart of the Bering Sea" video of the new sponge and other species living in the depths of the Bering Sea.
And also in Australia... scientists have discovered hundreds of new coral and marine species on the Great Barrier and Ningaloo Reefs. They say the discovery will help scientists understand more about global warming and over-fishing.
Three expeditions to the reefs over four years to collect the first inventory of soft corals, found 300 soft corals of which 130 are new species.
Dozens of new marine species were found, including shrimp-like animals with claws longer than their bodies. They also found less-commonly known animals like a tongue-eating isopod parasite... which eats a fish's tongue and then lives in its mouth.
Australian Institute of Marine Science research scientist Julian Caley, says researchers never expected to find so many new species. It'll take years just to name them.
[Julian Caley, Research Scientist]:
"These new species, some are new species which people were, have never seen before because they're cryptic, they live in environments that people don't tend to look at."
The marine inventory will allow better understanding of reef biodiversity and climate change.
Corals face threats ranging from ocean acidification, pollution, and warming, to over-fishing and starfish outbreaks.
The Australian expeditions are part of the global Census of Marine Life, which will release its first global census in the year 2010.
Found this in my backyard in Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur). This speder looks like a new species.
A strange bug was found on our friends arm, it appears to have 4 suction type cups in the back and six legs in the front. Very Very Strange
No joke guys, u have to see this amazing spectacle of light created by mother nature itself... Filmed thousands of meters deep were there is no sunlight at all.
Imaginary mechanisms of evolution, natural selection and mutations, have no power to develop new species.
i have never seen anything like this before in my life, it must be a new species
Imaginary mechanisms of evolution, natural selection and mutations, have no power to develop new species. Mutations only give harm to the organisms and natural selection cannot form new organs and systems to the organisms.
Argentine and Brazilian paleontologists announced the discovery of a new species of dinosaur.
The herbivorous species measured 105 to 112 feet in length and was the height of a four story building.
Two primary conditions promote evolution, The first,, is a changing or altering environment, this forces adaptation and offers a platform or stage for a new species to repopulate. The second force promoting evolution is a frequency of radiation, with a sufficient potency to damage the cell structure, code, finger print, without completely destroying the cell. H2 on E2, Glacial Respiration, Conceptual Ring of Ice, The End of Linear Western Religion A Geological Exploration of an E2 Earthen Planet And the H2 Human Species
Author: B Billy Marse, Professional Geologist
More expert business advice from social networking guru Penny Power, Founder of Ecademy. In this business tv show, she reveals what makes Gen Y different, and why you need to connect with them or face the consequences:
“If you're in business selling products or services you should look at what the generation Y kids are doing because you will have to adapt to that generation but also your attitude, your knowledge of the world needs to adapt into the way they're working.
The anecdotes I use when I'm speaking because I think people like the stories because they can think yeah is what I use as an example is when we’re sitting as a family watching a television programme like 24 which is very complex counter terrorism and my kids, we’re watching it and if somebody coughs I say rewind where as the kids can have their iPod in their ear, they're online, they're on their MacBook, they're surfing, they're talking on MSN, they're on Facebook, and yet they can tell me what's going on and why is it? Actually they've proven anatomically the brains are wired differently because if you, the brain has got infinite skills, if you create the connection between the two nodes in the brain, we actually didn’t have to do that when we were children, we didn’t have the stimulus but now the kids are, and they have connected and they actually the next generation are a new species.
It’s not just a question they've had technology that actually are going to be wired differently because they've wired their brains differently and then I talk about that's the hard core skills yeah and I talk about the behaviour of my children in terms of the way they share.
So Hannah when she revised over Christmas and worked really hard for her O-levels her GCSE’s and she realised a group of her friends hadn’t managed to do that rather than thinking, yeah I'm above them I'm ahead of them in she shared her revision notes with them so they could catch up really quickly with them. That's the winning by sharing mentality; lets all raise our game together because then this world is going to be a better place.
That is not the world we grew up in and that's something you've got to learn and when you have that attitude online that's when life changes. It’s about not keeping things close to your heart and that's the other story that's good to get across, ones the hard skills, ones the soft skills.
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UK medical researchers have uncovered a new species of bacteria inside the human mouth; they say their discovery could lead to new and improved dental treatment.
Monstersearch is my tribute and parody of the very cool and wacky History Channel show Monsterquest.
Are the people all nuts? well…
Aug 2008: A new species of snake was discovered on the island of Barbados.
July 2008: A new small nocturnal mouse lemur species discovered on Madagascar
March 2007: Scientists discovered a new species of Clouded Leopard cat on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra.
What else is out there? New mammals, a cure for cancer, a cure for H.I.V.?
All good reasons on why we should protect wild habitat.
*to date nothing new found in Indiana
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A 2 Hr Television Event coming in Spring 2009 only on HISTORY
Deep in the Polar Arctic, the discovery has been made of a completely new species - a giant sea monster with the head of a T-Rex, a fifty-foot-long body the shape of a giant whale and huge flippers - making it the largest and fastest prehistoric sea creature ever to terrorize the oceans.
HISTORY™ UNVEILS PREDATOR X
The two-hour special PREDATOR X premieres on HISTORY™ on Sunday, March 29 at 8pm ET/PT. On the remote archipelago of Svalbard, just 800 miles from the North Pole, a team of paleontologists from the University of Oslo Natural History Museum, have made a remarkable discovery. Buried beneath the icy landscape of the Arctic are the fossilized remains of a huge creature from the distant past. PREDATOR X is the story of a major discovery — what appears to be an entirely new species — of a massive and powerful predator. The scientific team must excavate it, determine its significance and try to rebuild it to see what it was like — as they discover the astounding power of which this creature was capable. PREDATOR X follows the expedition every step of the way, from painstaking field research to the astonishing find of the amazing creature. The special delves deep into this terrifying ancient mystery, uncovering what is one of the most amazing underwater finds in modern history.