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Australian lost in Queensland's bushland 28 days found alive

An Australian man is probably considering himself lucky this week after being lost and alone in the bushland of northern Queensland for 28 days. When found, the 40-year old surprised authorities by saying he surviving on butterflies, mussels and fruit.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 2 comments

White nose fungus proves to be very hardy

The fungus that is decimating bat colonies as it spreads across the U.S and Canada has proved to be very hardy and very difficult to kill. This is worrying news for conservationists.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 3 comments

World's first venomous crustacean identified

London - Scientists have shown that a cave-dwelling crustacean may use venom to immobilize and digest its prey. This creature is the first venomous crustacean to be identified.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Evidence of cannibalism found in Spanish archaeological dig

Burgos - Near the northern Spanish city of Burgos, in the Sierra de Atapuerca, can be found the remains of the "oldest Europeans," who lived a million years ago. New discoveries are being made all the time.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Photo essay: Between a rock and a hard place in Setenil, Spain Special

Setenil - The Spanish town of Setenil de las Bodegas in Cádiz Province, Spain, or Setenil for short, is an unusual place to visit, with around 3,000 inhabitants living, quite literally, under an enormous rock.
Digital Journal Report by Anne Sewell - 11 comments

Canadian astronaut searching for life in caves

Using the same safety protocols as those of spacewalks, a multicultural team of six astronauts is set to begin a search for life deep underground rather than in space.
In the Media by André R. Gignac - 2 comments

'Superbugs' found in 4-million-year-old cave

Microbiologists, exploring caves in New Mexico, have found almost one hundred bacteria which are resistant to most modern antibiotics. The finding reveals important information about acquired resistance.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

Review: A visit to the Skyline Caverns, Front Royal, VA Special

Front Royal - Skyline Caverns sits in the heart of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley region. Located in Northern Virginia, this creation of nature's beautiful handiwork can be found in Front Royal, Va.
Digital Journal Report by Leigh Goessl - 6 comments

North American bats continue dying at alarming rate

A strange invasive disease is swiftly wiping out the bat population across the eastern United States and parts of Canada and wildlife officials, in an attempt to stave off the devastation, are resorting to closing off public access to caves.
In the Media by J Ocean Dennie - 4 comments

Northwest Airlines Resembles Bar Fight Victim When Nose Cone Collapses During Flight

We hear of in-flight emergencies when landing gear or engines fail during a routine flight but for one Northwest Airlines flight, the emergency landed different results when the nose cone caved in mid-flight yesterday. No one was injured.
In the Media by Nikki Weingartner - 4 comments
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The Royal Ontario Museum has two new exhibits: Bats! and dinosaur baby eggs.
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Cave bacteria could help develop future antibiotics

Bacteria found in caves could provide the clues to help produce antibiotics needed in the fight against drug-resistant...
Nov 23, 2012 in  Reason and Science by Tim Sandle - 1 comment


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