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Young people from South Dakota, caught the biggest catfish in the history of bowfishing and set a world record. It is reported portal Fox News. 19-year-old Cody Sechser (Cody Sechser) and 18-year-old Isaac Kipp (Kipp Isaac) was fishing for carp during the spawning season in a tributary of the Great river of the Sioux. During bowfishing — fishing with a bow — their friend Riley Scotting (Riley Scotting) noticed a huge fish in the shallows. Initially they thought that before them a great stone, but later saw the whiskers of a catfish. Sechser hurt the fish, but his arrow broke, and then Kipp fired too, hitting close to the head, causing the fish instantly died. When it was caught, it turned out that it weighs over ten kilograms, and body length is about one...

Scientists who study the Atlantic ocean has recorded many starfish yellow color that resembles a partially pasta - ravioli, partially dumplings, and someone thinks that they are similar to shortbread. this is the form Plinthaster dentatus, which was discovered in 1884, but the information on it is still little. Sea stars looks wonderful on the sandy bottom, they are convex, have a pentagonal shape. The legs and the body of the inhabitants of the waters are practically merged. the Inhabitants of the water depths are not picky in food and absorb all that is able to digest: plankton, detritus, mollusks, oysters, mussels. The points of the star serve as digestion. Also these unusual creatures have a mouth and stomach. Scientists stumbled upon a sea of stars...

For the First time in history researchers have dived to great depths in order to capture in natural habitat sixgill shark — a species which has changed little since the days of the dinosaurs. In the darkest depths of lives is so perfect and creepy predator that over the last 200 million years, he has not changed. Scientists call it a six-gilled shark, or just shestigrannika (Hexanchus griseus). Like many other deep-sea creatures, the way of life of this elusive create long remained a mystery to science. In the past researchers have managed to catch several species of shestigrannika and mark them, to be able to observe them. However, in normal circumstances, they prefer to dwell at a depth of 2500 metres, rising only under cover of night. Thus, the forcible...

Caterpillar moths Theroa zethus neutralized poisonous to them latex of Euphorbia using a mixture of formic and butyric acids, reported in PLoS ONE. These substances are contained in the secret of the caterpillar grease plants, after which the allocation of the latex decreases. If the insect before you apply the acid, breaking the stems and petioles of a plant, facilitating the penetration of the acid into the tissue of the plant, latex practically ceases to stand out. the Caterpillars of moths Theroa zethus, inhabiting the South-Western North America, feeding on several species of milkweed, including poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima). To protect from insects poinsettia uses latex, which some spurges are poisonous. In Mature plants it accumulates in the...

Strange extraterrestrial winged creature was seen in the skies over Dagestan. The locals call the mysterious object harbinger of the coming alien invasion. Emitted from the clouds a winged creature was seen by the inhabitants of the surrounding area of Dagestan. Scared eyewitnesses captured the flight of the entity to the camera, and then posted the video online. to Study the object began ufologists. Some experts said that over the region was seen a kind of white Anunnaki, who allegedly arrived from the deadly Planet X. Experts believe that if they manage to prove any involvement in the incident of alien forces in the foreseeable future we can expect an invasion of the Earth winged humanoids. Ufologists say that the appearance of winged creatures can be an...

A Few years ago in the American detective series "Elementary" the whole series was dedicated to the theory about the dinosaurs that survived the catastrophic asteroid impact 65-66 million years ago. Neither before nor after that, this theory is never mentioned and mostly know about it and discuss only paleontologists. it does not even Have common names. In English this phenomenon is called "Extinction debt" (Debt extinction) or "Dead Clade" (Endangered treasure). Russian translators in the series have translated it as "the Theory of the doomed taxa" (taxon - a group of animals with common characteristics and properties). According to the generally accepted scientific version, a huge asteroid crashed near the Yucatan Peninsula caused the mass extinction...

A Group of scientists from the University of London Queen Mary, ETH Zurich and the University of Turin measured behavioral and physiological responses of goats (Capra hircus) on the signals of other dogs of different emotional coloring. It turned out that the heartbeat of animals varies in response to positive and negative emotions. The study was published in Frontiers in Zoology. the Emotions — mental adaptation, reflecting the subjective value judgment of the animal about the situation. Negative emotions allow the body to respond appropriately to potentially dangerous circumstances. Positive emotions determine the stimuli or events that improve fitness and enhance cognitive and behavioral repertoire. Many social animals live in conditions where...

Biologists have discovered polychaete worm, may emit a clunk, the strength of which exceeds the shock wave fighter, reported in Current Biology. Animal, reaching a length of three inches, during the struggle with other individuals makes sounds power 140-157 decibels. For comparison, the largest animal on the planet, the blue whale, emits sounds with power 188 decibels. Polychaete worms Leocratides kimuraorum found in 2017 off the East coast of the Japanese island of Honshu. They live at a depth of 85-169 meters and settle in hexacorallia (or glass) sponges, in particular, in apocalittico (genus Aphrocallistes). The same sponge can live for several individuals, but how they interact is not yet clear. Worms reach a length of 2.9 cm, they have a big mouth and...

Researchers from Dartmouth medical College Geisel has identified the mechanism of inheritance of adaptive behavior of parents the offspring of the fruit flies. After the collision, parents with wasps-riders five generations their descendants followed the same pattern of egg laying. The results of the study were published in the journal eLIFE. the Experience of the struggle for survival can benefit future generations. Previously it was believed that neuron-coded behavior — memory — not inherited. The results of recent studies refute this claim, demonstrating that the knowledge of parents not only being in the learning process, but can be inherited genetically. the Wasp riders (Parasitica) lay their eggs in the larvae of fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster)....

The Number of butterflies in the U.S. mysteriously decreased by about a third over the past two decades, and their population is decreasing faster and faster. About it write the ecologists in the journal PLoS One. "butterflies are mainly in Europe, but our observations on the territory of the state of Ohio in General show the same trends that were observed in Spain, Britain and the Netherlands. The rate of disappearance of butterflies, how and what types affected this process were almost the same," says Tyson Rapprich (Tyson Wepprich) from Oregon state University in Corvallis (USA). In recent years, scientists record the rapid decline in the number of domestic and wild bees on all inhabited continents, as well as many other insects, including butterflies...

Today Sugar is one of the greatest deserts on Earth, but it was not always so. Between 50 and 100 million years ago it covered a vast, densely populated, albeit shallow sea, occupies a considerable part of West Africa. On this point, and geological, and paleontological evidence, sometimes these fossils show a rather impressive size. the Study region is difficult because of the political and climatic environment, and scientists from the American University of stony brook summed up the fact that we managed to collect so far. In an article published in the journal Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, they paint an impressive picture of the warm, teeming with life, shallow waters of ancient TRANS-Saharan sea route. the authors, in some periods...

Famous cockatoo, Snowball and other parrots dancing, jerking their head, flap their wings and do other movements do not mechanically and trying to adapt to the music and flexibly change their repertoire of action. About it write biologists in the journal Current Biology. "What struck us particularly is the huge wealth of movements that Snowball did to the music. He not only knows how to nod his head rhythmically and lift the legs, but also have developed a huge repertoire, while not having teachers and examples of these dance moves", says Aniruddha Patel (Aniruddh Patel) from Harvard University (USA). In recent years, scientists have started seriously to be interested in whether animals are those advanced intellectual abilities that were previously...

Paleontologists have discovered ancestor lunoobraznye (to this order are the great white shark and the Megalodon), reported in Scientific Reports. Scientists have found that lunoobraznye and sharks Palaeocarcharias stromeri, 145-152 lived a million years ago, the same structure of teeth, typical for this unit. To squad lunoobraznye are large oceanic shark found in tropical and temperate waters, which feed on bony fish and mammals. The squad includes seven modern and some extinct families. Including lunoobraznye applies white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) and the largest known shark, the Megalodon (Otodus megalodon), extinct about 2.6 million years ago. the Oldest representative of the detachment is considered to be a shark Heterodontus polonicus, who lived...

On Tuesday 2 April 2019 American researcher of anomalous creatures Heart Strickler, a woman called from El Paso, Texas, and told a horrible story about how she was attacked by a large humanoid creature. Strickler contacted the Texas researcher Bruce Cornet and he was able to contact the victim, to do pictures of her and take her to the place where it all happened. the Woman, whose name is identified only as Y. P., rode in the car on the desert area East of El Paso with her husband and young son. The woman wanted to use the toilet "small" and they stopped near the bushes. The woman moved slightly to the side behind a little mound, but not in time to make their case, as in the bushes something rustled and out came a bipedal creature the size of a man but with...

Extinct approximately 2.6 million years ago the Megalodon shark was the largest and most dangerous predatory shark that ever existed on Earth. Today the largest predatory shark is the white shark, she's a man-eater. On account of its more than 400 attacks per person, a quarter of which have been fatal. In a recent study, researchers found that the two most dangerous predator of the deep sea actually came from a small, flat sharks living on the seabed about 165 million years ago. Megalodon and great white (along with some other sharks) are members of the porbeagle, also known as lunoobraznye. One of the features that distinguishes these sharks from others is their teeth. Shark teeth consist of a hard mineralized enamel shell surrounding a core of dentin...