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  • New species of eel found in Bay of Bengal

    Author | 08/21/2016

    Scientists have discovered a new species of eel a snake like fish from the northern Bay of Bengal along the West Bengal coast.The species Gymnothorax indicus is slender-bodied, about one feet-long and edible. The eel was studied by the scientists at Sankarpur fishing harbour in West Bengal’s Purba Medi...More

  • Male honeybees protect their queens from a sexually transmitted disease

    Nitesh | 29/01/2015

    Male honeybees protect their queens from a sexually transmitted disease (STD) by fortifying their seminal fluid with antimicrobial protein and small molecules, according to a study published this week...More

  • Were cats domesticated more than once?

    Nitesh | 2015/01/02

    The rise of cats may have been inevitable. That’s one intriguing interpretation of a new study, which finds that early Chinese farmers may have domesticated wild felines known as leopard cats more than 5000 years ago. If true, this would indicate that cats were domesticated more than once—in China...More

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  • Were cats domesticated more than once?

    Nitesh | 2015/01/02

    The rise of cats may have been inevitable. That’s one intriguing interpretation of a new study, which finds that early Chinese farmers may have domesticated wild felines known as leopard cats more than 5000 years ago. If true, this would indicate that cats were domesticated more than once—in China...More

  • Male honeybees protect their queens from a sexually transmitted disease

    Nitesh | 29/01/2015

    Male honeybees protect their queens from a sexually transmitted disease (STD) by fortifying their seminal fluid with antimicrobial protein and small molecules, according to a study published this week...More

  • New species of eel found in Bay of Bengal

    Author | 08/21/2016

    Scientists have discovered a new species of eel a snake like fish from the northern Bay of Bengal along the West Bengal coast.The species Gymnothorax indicus is slender-bodied, about one feet-long and edible. The eel was studied by the scientists at Sankarpur fishing harbour in West Bengal’s Purba Medi...More

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