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working together with amp others our has been uncovering australia s maritime history what happens now we ve f
Working together with @ANMMuseum @DELWP_Vic& others, our #RVInvestigatorhas been uncovering Australia's maritime history. What happens now we've found the site of the lost Australian freighter SS Iron Crown, sunk in WWII? ^MM

via @ConversationEDU

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graphite a mineral made of carbon is poised to be hot on the commodity market to meet demand for lithium ion b
Graphite – a mineral made of carbon – is poised to be hot on the commodity market to meet demand for lithium-ion batteries. A little something to write home about ^KR

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if you could stand at the martian equator the equator on mars the temperature at your feet would be like a war
#4oclockfact If you could stand at the Martian equator (the equator on Mars), the temperature at your feet would be like a warm spring day, but at your head it would be freezing cold!
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a close up of bird feathers from the australian national wildlife collection our collection holds almost 20000
A close up of bird feathers, from the Australian National Wildlife Collection 🐦Our collection holds almost 200,000 irreplaceable scientific specimens of wildlife, including 55,000 birds (which is about 99 per cent of Australian bird species). 🦅🦉

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sniffer dogs that can detect melanoma cancers with their acute sense of smell does that sound nonsensical read
Sniffer dogs that can detect melanoma cancers with their acute sense of smell -- does that sound nonsensical? Read on, and it'll make perfect ... sense.

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set your heart on this in a world first researchers have successfully printed an entire heart with blood vesse
Set your heart on this 💓 In a world-first, researchers have successfully printed an entire heart with blood vessels, ventricles and chambers.

https://t.co/6YPgLTiJhC
Via @businessinsider
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water earth air read how scientists come into their elements to investigate the potential impact of hydraulic
Water, earth, air... Read how scientists come into their elements to investigate the potential impact of hydraulic fracturing on coal seam gas (CSG) wells. ^KR

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4oclockfact the average temperature on venus is more than 480 degrees celsius smokin
#4oclockfact The average temperature on Venus is more than 480 degrees Celsius. Smokin'!
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here s a question to focus in on how did nearsighted people manage before glasses were invented kr via
Here's a question to focus in on. How did nearsighted people manage before glasses were invented? ^KR

Via @LiveScience

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does my bum look big in this a newly discovered beetle hitchhikes on ants by clamping its jaws around their wa
Does my bum look big in this? A newly discovered beetle hitchhikes on ants by clamping its jaws around their waists. This bizarre stowaway is red and spherical—exactly like the ant’s backside.

https://t.co/ENCY8aiqMZ

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we are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star but we can understand the un
"We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special.”

Vale Stephen Hawking.
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we all need a bit of help sometimes getting through monday so let this puggle from soothe your soul ek
We all need a bit of help sometimes getting through Monday, so let this puggle from soothe your soul. ^EK
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fun fact honey badgers live alone in self dug holes es
Fun fact: Honey badgers live alone in self-dug holes. ^ES
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the claw of a male southern cassowary just in case any of your friends still need convincing that and reminder
The claw of a male southern cassowary ... Just in case any of your friends still need convincing that 🐦 = 🦖

📷 and reminder from Palaeontology PhD researcher, Sarah Davis @PaleoFeathers
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tattoos aren t sloughed off with the rest of your dead skin cells because white blood cells in your lymph eat
#4oclockfact Tattoos aren't sloughed off with the rest of your dead skin cells because white blood cells in your lymph eat the ink, die, get eaten by white blood cells and die, get eaten and so on. Tattoos are patterns of ritualised cellular cannibalism. ^JH
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one fish two fish red fish blue fisheeep glowing fang fish blog jmellefet mm
One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish…eeep! Glowing fang fish! Blog: https://t.co/EKhzurpCAc #RVInvestigator #abysslife 📷 J.Mellefet ^MM
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biologists suspect were living through the sixth major mass extinction via cosmosmagazine ss
"Biologists suspect we’re living through the sixth major mass extinction." via @CosmosMagazine

https://t.co/vY86JR2Q8N ^SS
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today on worldoceansday we re launching the world s largest marine pollution project ay
Today on #WorldOceansDay we're launching the world's largest marine pollution project ^AY
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magpies occupy the same territory for their entire life once they find a suitable patch they will stay there f
#4oclockfact Magpies occupy the same territory for their entire life. Once they find a suitable patch, they will stay there forever — up to 20 years. ^NG
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a male himalayan monal the national bird of nepal photograph by aditya chavan
A male Himalayan monal, the national bird of Nepal. Photograph by Aditya Chavan.
Total(1) => 0.10578417778015 f_f_QM(2) => 0.079421997070312 indS(2) => 0.039978265762329 indM(2) => 0.037523984909058 indM_1(2) => 0.0025832653045654 indM_2(2) => 0.00081491470336914 indM_4(2) => 0.0041739940643311 indM_5(2) => 0.0050668716430664 indM_6(2) => 0.0028760433197021 indM_7(2) => 0.0028541088104248 indM_8(2) => 0.0013206005096436 indM_9(2) => 0.0092940330505371 indM_10(2) => 0.0080199241638184 f_f_pTL(2) => 0.02464485168457 f_f_dT(20) => 0.024170875549316