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University of Lisbon researchers may have found the first evidence of a new subduction zone in the Atlantic Ocean, which could pull Europe toward Canada.Read more from MSN
There maybe hope after all
Plastic pollution in the world's oceans may have a $2.5 trillion impact, negatively impacting "almost all marine ecosystem services," including areas such as fisheries, recreation and heritage. But a breakthrough from scientists at Berkeley Lab could be the solution the planet needs for this eye-opening problem - recyclable plastics.Read more from Fox News
That's very exciting.
And only published in Faux News, it must be a plot to cover up such very good news!
A tree that has been growing since six centuries before the birth of Jesus has been found in an unexpected location.Read more from WYFF
What a beautiful spot!
Quite eerie too.
On the deepest dive ever made by a human inside a submarine, a US explorer saw something he could have found in the gutter of nearly any street in the world.Read more from ABC News
'Obviously, their pinching and crushing mandibles made easy work of the hide'Read more from TheBlaze
Salt pools in Peru since Inca times