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Mystery Over Mass Elephant Deaths in Botswana

There are hundreds of elephants dying in Bostwana and experts are not yet sure why. July 9, 2020

Florida Smashes Coronavirus Records

Florida continues to break records for the number of daily coronavirus cases. The state had 11,458 new cases on Saturday. July 5, 2020

Wearable Robotic Third Arm Smashes Walls and Picks Vegetables

A wearable robotic third arm called the Supernumerary 3DOF Robotic Arm can be used to paint, smash walls, pick vegetables and more. June 9, 2020





Hexapod Robots Walk Faster With Flexible Feet

Researchers have developed flexible robotic feet to help robots walk faster and easier over different terrains. June 1, 2020

Scientists Link ALK Gene to Thinness

Scientists have linked to ALK Gene to thinness. Researchers found deactivating gene led to weight loss in mice and fruit flies. June 1, 2020

Spot Robot Herds Sheep and Monitors Crops

A company named Rocos is using Boston Dynamics' Spot robot for agriculture. Spot can be seen herding sheep in a video released by Rocos. May 22, 2020

Giant Hailstone From Argentina Could Set New World Record

A giant hailstone from Argentina measures between 7.4 and 9.3 inches across. It could break the current record, an 8-inch hailstone that fell near Vivian, South Dakota. May 1, 2020

Massachusetts Set New Daily High for Coronavirus Deaths with 252

Massachusetts has set a new daily high for coronavirus deaths with 252 deaths in one day. April 29, 2020

Los Angeles County Records Highest Daily Coronavirus Death Toll

Los Angeles County has recorded its highest one day death toll from the Covid-19 coronavirus. April 18, 2020

New York City Covid-19 Death Toll Passes 10,000 After Inclusion of At Home Deaths

The death toll in New York City from the Covid-19 coronavirus has passed 10,000 after 3,700 at home deaths were added. April 15, 2020

Newborns Wear Tiny Face Shields at Bangkok Hospital

Even newborns get face shields at a hospital in Bangkok. April 13, 2020

Researchers Exploring Ningaloo Canyons Discover 150-Foot Long Siphonophore

Researchers exploring the Ningaloo canyons off Western Australia discovered a 150-foot long siphonophore plus many other unique marine creatuers. April 10, 2020

Covid-19 Kills 806 in New York City in Single Day

The Covid-19 coronavirus killed 806 people in New York City yesterday. April 8, 2020

Tiger at Bronx Zoo Tests Positive for Covid-19 Coronavirus

A 4-year-old Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York has tested positive for Covid-19 coronavirus. April 5, 2020

Los Angeles Mayor Tells Citizens to Wear Masks

There has been a growing interest in having people wear masks in the U. April 2, 2020

Institute for Health Metrics Site Provides Covid-19 Hospital Projections

The Institute for Health Metrics (IHME) recently launched a website called IHME Covid-19 Projections. April 1, 2020

Spain Records Fifth Consecutive Day with 800+ Coronavirus Deaths

Spain has recorded its fifth day in a row with 800 or more Covid-19 coronavirus deaths. April 1, 2020

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