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Girl, 11, vying to be America’s Top Young Scientist


Eleven-year-old Gitanjali Rao is one of just 10 finalists for the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge, and her invention just might save lives in the future. “My name is Gitanjali Rao and I like finding solutions to real problems,” says the 11-year-old girl finalist in one of the most …

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Man Gets Bitten By Shark While Trying To Grab It By The Tail.

Footage has emerged of a man attempting to grab a tiger shark by the tail – before being bitten by the creature. Two men were caught on camera trying to rescue the small shark after it got hooked on a fishing line near a pier in North Carolina, US. The …

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Kenya enjoys rare snowy feel as agency says it was hail storm

Kenyans on Tuesday evening took to social media to celebrate a rare case of snow falling in the East African country. Photos and videos shared on social media showed whitish substance on the streets of the town of Nyahururu located in the country’s Laikipia County. The Kenyan Meteorological Agency, however, …

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Angry elephant overturns a car and goes on a rampage at a festival

Angry elephant acting out its frustration by overturning a car with its trunk. The aggressive elephant disrupted a local festival called Ambalapura that was taking place in Thrissur, Kerela in Southern India and went on a rampage, destroying things. The elephant was appearing at the festival with its owner but …

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South Africa: Sheep gives birth to several deformed lamb that looks like a human being

The Eastern Cape Department of Rural Development and Agrarian Reform, South Africa has confirmed that photos of a severely deformed lamb circulating on social media are no hoax. It confirmed the authenticity of the pictures saying a deformed stillborn lamb was born in the Lady Frere area. Dr Lubabalo Mrwebi, …

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South Africa joins others to suspend Zimbabwe chicken imports

South Africa has suspended imports of birds and chicken products from neighbouring Zimbabwe after it reported an outbreak of highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu at a poultry farm, the agriculture department said on Thursday. The H5N8 strain has been detected in several countries in Europe, Africa and Asia over the …

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