Monthly Archives: October 2011

Crows never forget a face

According to a new study published in the latest Proceedings of the Royal Society B, crows have been found remember the faces of particular human beings even five years later. This is especially true when a person has threatened the crow … Continue reading

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Captivity makes fish aggressive

Goldfish can normally be seen in any of the fish aquariums that are kept at home. However, if you look closely, you might notice an angry glare from the goldfish. A study from Case Western Reserve University has found that … Continue reading

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Whales suffering from sunburn too

Painful sunburns are not only confined to humans. According to a report published by British and Mexican researchers who’ve been studying the effects of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation on whales in the Gulf of California, some whale species have been … Continue reading

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A two-headed cat breaks world record

Worcester, Massachusetts – Celebrating the 12th birthday wasn’t yet another usual birthday for a two-headed cat named “Frankenlouie” in Worcester, Massachusetts. His recent birthday on September 8 has got the cat a place in the “Guinness Book of World Records”. … Continue reading

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