The discovery may hold clues about how the universe developed.
The hand is still in its development phase and will be available to the market by 2023 for about R25,000 – a fraction of the price for similar products.
Kamuysaurus japonicus, or ‘Japanese dragon god’, probably lived in coastal areas, a rare habitat for dinosaurs at that time.
Garlic’s owner said he hoped the character of the kitten clone would be like that of the original cat.
Back in 1993, a genetic study claimed to have identified the Xq28 gene as defining sexual orientation, but the new analysis refutes this.
Humans know less about Venus than we do about the other inner solar system planets, largely because the planet poses several unique challenges to its exploration.

WATCH: Birds just wanna have fun: like humans, cockatoos love to dance

Snowball’s rhythmic body-rolls, headbangs, shimmies, and many variations thereof were documented in a paper published in Current Biology.

Meteorite Vredefort impact could have led to extinction of man – SA scientists

Vredefort is an ideal impact structure to study, as it is deeply eroded, showing features not seen elsewhere on Earth.

UP scientists part of team whose research may help find key to pain management

‘This could help ease pain and potentially save lives!’ says a professor.

Extensive flooding in eastern Canada forces evacuations

Flooding in eastern Canada forced the evacuation of 1,200 people while more than 600 troops have been deployed in response, authorities said Sunday.

Incident on SpaceX pad could delay its first manned flight

A mysterious but apparently serious incident occurred Saturday in Cape Canaveral, Florida involving the SpaceX capsule intended to carry American astronauts into space late this year, the private company and NASA announced.

London climate protesters seek talks with government

Climate change protesters who have brought parts of London to a standstill said Sunday they were prepared to call a halt if the British government will discuss their demands.

Australia orders urgent review after spate of dingo attacks

Australia on Sunday ordered a urgent review into the management of dingoes on a popular tourist island after a spate of attacks by the wild dogs this year.

Costa Rica bets on ending fossil fuel use by 2050

Eric Orlich and his wife Gioconda Rojas own two electric vehicles, which they charge at home in the garage thanks to solar panels on their roof.

‘Not here for selfies’, activist Greta tells political world

Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg rebuked the ruling classes Friday at a demonstration in Italy, insisting youths fighting for climate justice were not fodder for self-complacent selfies.

Ghost ships of Lagos, a haven of crime

The two men in the motorised wooden canoe look around warily as they leave a towering shipwreck in the Lagos lagoon, with the barrels of oil on board barely concealed under rags.

Ghost ships of Lagos, a haven of crime

The two men in the motorised wooden canoe look around warily as they leave a towering shipwreck in the Lagos lagoon, with the barrels of oil on board barely concealed under rags.

Papa roach: Chinese farmer breeds bugs for the table

As farmer Li Bingcai opened the door to his cockroach farm in southwest China, an insect the size of a dart flew into his face.

Crude oil touted as health cure in Azerbaijan

Immersed up to her neck in a dark viscous liquid, Sulfiya smiles in delight, confident that the fetid substance will cure her painful condition.

Bee-wildering! Hives of Notre-Dame in miraculous survival

Some 200,000 bees inhabiting hives in Notre-Dame cathedral survived the inferno that engulfed the heritage landmark in a miraculous escape, their beekeeper said Thursday.


 


 


 

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