The largest Burmese python ever discovered in Florida was captured from the Everglades and brought to the Conservancy of Southwest Florida for research. The female python, weighing in at 215 pounds and 18 feet long, had 122 eggs inside of her, ...
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A Caribbean mangrove swamp unveiled the world's largest bacterium – so big that it can be seen with the naked eye. The thin white filament,...
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A team of biologists recently hauled in the heaviest Burmese python ever captured in Florida, officials said.
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Fossils from some of the largest creatures ever to swim Earth's oceans — whale-sized marine reptiles called ichthyosaurs — are found in a counterintuitive place: atop three mountains in the Swiss Alps up to 2740 metres above sea level.
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The female Burmese python is considered to be an invasive species in Florida, researches said.
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The fossils of giant, extinct marine reptiles have been found in an unlikely place: within the high altitudes of the Swiss Alps. The fossils belong to three ichthyosaurs, and they may have been some of the largest animals that ever lived on Earth.
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Wildlife conservationists and researchers were left “speechless” following the discovery of a female python carrying 122 eggs. The snake is the biggest found in Florida, National Geographic reported on Tuesday, where an estimated thousands of Burmese ...
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Ichthyosaurs were in the oceans 250 million years ago, spanning 65 feet as some of the largest creatures ever. Swiss Alps fossils provide new details.
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Biologists in Florida have captured the heaviest Burmese python ever as part of their python elimination program. The female python weighing in at 215 pounds (98 kg) and 18 ft (5m) long was found in the Everglades according to a press release from the ...
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Giant bacterium: long segmented filament-like organism. A close-up view of a filament of the giant bacterium Thiomargarita magnifica. It is the largest bacterium ever discovered, at about 0.4 inches (1 centimeter) long. Image via Jean-Marie Volland/ Sci- ...
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He is well known among his circle for his incredible attraction towards smartphones and tablets. Charles is a python programmer and also a part-time Android App developer.
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Scientists have discovered fossils belonging to what may have been one of the largest-ever animals to inhabit Earth, according to new research published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology on Wednesday.
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