16th July 2024
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Mystery of Woodpeckers Brains?

by Editor in Wildlife 0

While a woodpecker smacks its head against wood 54 million times in its lifetime, now researchers are trying to solve the mystery of preserved brain which acts and display mysteriously. Read more at: George Farah, [...]
Animal Diseases

Antiviral Nasal RNA Spray

Designer RNA molecules delivered through the nose show early promise for treating West Nile fever, trials in mice show. No effective therapies exist for the illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus, which can invade the […]

Animal Diseases

Antiviral Nasal RNA Spray

Designer RNA molecules delivered through the nose show early promise for treating West Nile fever, trials in mice show. No effective therapies exist for the illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus, which can invade the […]

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Animal Diseases

Antiviral Nasal RNA Spray

Designer RNA molecules delivered through the nose show early promise for treating West Nile fever, trials in mice show. No effective therapies exist for the illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus, which can invade the […]

Wildlife

Mystery of Woodpeckers Brains?

While a woodpecker smacks its head against wood 54 million times in its lifetime, now researchers are trying to solve the mystery of preserved brain which acts and display mysteriously. Read more at: George Farah, […]

Birds

A symbiotic relationship between woodpeckers and fungi

It has been proposed that birds spread fungi to new environment and in return fungi help woodpeckers to soften the tree which help them to dig in easier. An interesting story is shared at: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/seriouslyscience/2018/03/02/flashback-friday-woodpeckers-use-wood-eating-fungus-to-make-their-pecking-easier/#.Wu3tpRIrKu4

Wildlife

What are deadliest creatures in America

Here are the animals/creatures of America: Other mammals (cows, horses, raccoons and the like)—36 percent Hornets, wasps, and bees—30 percent Dog—17 percent Venomous spiders—3 percent Venomous snakes and lizards—3 percent Centipedes and venomous millipedes—0 percent […]

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