Weird faceless fish found in Australian abyss

Weird faceless fish found in Australian abyss

A bizarre faceless fish has been found during a voyage to one of the deepest parts of the ocean ever visited. Pulled up for the Australias eastern abyss, the strange creature is only the second specimen of the species ever to be found, the first found in 1873 in the waters off Papua New Guinea. 22 days ago
Kenya marks industrial milestone as standard gauge railway transferred from China

Kenya marks industrial milestone as standard gauge railway transferred from China

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the standard gauge railways (SGR) first cargo train following its transferal from China. The train transported goods loaded from Mombasa port.The construction of the SGR was initiated in Dec 2014 by CRBC. It has a length of 480km and is the first overseas SGR entirely meeting Chinese standards. The final completion of the SGR is believed to be a win-win achievement for China-Africa cooperation under the framework of Belt and Road Initiative. 22 days ago
Donald Trump pulls US out of Paris climate agreement

Donald Trump pulls US out of Paris climate agreement

Axios news outlet, which first reported that Donald Trump would withdraw the US out of the Paris climate agreement, said details of the pullout are being worked out by a team including EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. The choice is between a formal withdrawal that could take three years or leaving the U.N. treaty that the accord is based on, which would be quicker but more extreme. 22 days ago
Moscow storms kill 11 people

Moscow storms kill 16 people

Eleven people were reportedly killed and many more injured when a severe storm hammered the Moscow metropolitan area on Monday, May 29, uprooting trees and stripping roofs. Thousands were left without electricity as fallen trees cut power lines.A resident in Lobnya, north of Moscow, filmed debris flying through the air from his balcony as the storm passed over. 24 days ago
Scientists capture footage of rare dragon-skin ice on Antarctic expedition

Scientists capture footage of rare dragon-skin ice on Antarctic expedition

A scientist from the University of Tasmania has captured rare footage of dragon-skin ice on an expedition to the Antarctic. Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) researcher Guy Williams drone video shows the rippled edges of the sea ice, which were formed by hurricane force winds. Williams witnessed the icy phenomenon on an expedition to the Ross Sea in western Antarctica. May 11, 2017
Wild dolphins immune systems are failing because of ocean pollution

Wild dolphins immune systems are failing because of ocean pollution

A study has found that waste and contamination in the oceans is piling pressure on dolphins immune systems. The pollution is putting their immune system on constant alert, which makes it less able to fight off bacteria, fungus, viruses and parasites in the water, according to a study in the journal PLOS ONE. May 3, 2017
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