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  1. Jul 13,  · Instead of swimming, the new technique helps the shark hunt in the waters off Northern Australia and once learnt has now been passed on to their offspring from birth A new species .
  2. 2 days ago · JACKSON - Six Flags is celebrating the birth of a female giraffe born June 2. The calf, Sierra, is one of four calves born in the span of one year, according to a release sent out by Six Flags.
  3. Birth of a New Species Paperback by Yatri (Author) 10 customer reviews 5 Used from $ 89 Used from $ 18 New from $ 4 Collectible from $ Prophets and scientists predict an apocalyptic end to our millennium and focus on the next ten years as being the most dangerous, yet potentially most transforming epoch that we have ever faced.
  4. The Mysterious Birth of a New Species Yatri, Unknown Man "Unknown Man is the first declaration of a new species being born on Earth. The last time such an event occurred was thirty-five thousand years ago when Homo sapiens evolved alongside Neanderthal man. Evidence, both of a scientific and mystical nature, has been gathered by the author to.
  5. Nov 23,  · This is an article from wired dot com. I cannot post links, but searching "speciation-in-action" should bring up the original article. On one of the.
  6. May 27,  · The New England Aquarium has two surprising new residents: a pair of baby green anacondas. It isn’t the species that makes this birth unusual, it’s the setting.
  7. Jun 22,  · This new species of glass frog, dubbed Hyalinobatrachium dianae, was recently found by researchers at the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center. This species also gives birth .
  8. Nov 17,  · Birth of New Species Witnessed by Scientists In many ways, the split followed predictable patterns, requiring a hybrid newcomer who'd already taken baby steps down a new evolutionary path.
  9. The latest State of Observed Species report is out. And biologists might have just earned the title of Hardest-Working People in Science, discovering a staggering 19, species in just one year.

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