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US & Canada · New York

Researchers find llama's blood could hold key to 'super-immunity' against COVID-19, other viruses

80% Center coverage: 10 sources
Immune particles found in the blood of llamas could provide strong protection against all COVID-19 variants. Researchers said that "super-immunity" molecules called nanobodies could be developed into a fast-acting, inhalable antiviral treatment or spray. llamas, as well as camels and alpacas, have different immune systems from other animals.See the Story
Shark · South Africa

The pair of Orcas deterring Great White Sharks

62% Center coverage: 8 sources
Great whites used to dominate areas of the Gansbaai coast, but have been avoiding them in recent years. Study tracked 14 great whites over five and a half years, and found they fled the area when the orcas were there. Bronze whaler sharks have emerged as new mid-ranking predators in the area.See the Story
Climate Change

Climate change in oceanwater may impact mangrove dispersal, study finds

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Researchers examined 21st century changes in ocean-surface temperature, salinity, and density, across mangrove forests worldwide. Their study suggests that changes in surface-ocean density may impact the dispersal patterns of widely distributed mangroves species, and more likely so in the Indo-West Pacific region, the primary hotspot of mangrove diversity.See the Story

Some viruses make you smell tastier to mosquitoes

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Zika and dengue fever viruses alter the scent of mice and humans they infect, a team of researchers report. The altered scent attracts mosquitoes, which bite the host, drink their infected blood and then carry the virus to its next victim.See the Story
Nature · Athens

Welcome to Athens

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
A ceremony was held Tuesday morning, June 28, for a new home built for Retired Army Sergeant First Class Scott Barkalow and his wife Tina. The new four bedroom/three bathroom house was made possible by Helping a Hero in partnership with music legend Lee Greenwood. Sgt. BarkAlow lost his right leg on February 19, 2003, in Afghanistan.See the Story

Activating the indicator and performing a shoulder check -- essential also for zebra finches

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Zebra finches communicate via eye contact and calls to coordinate their spatial positions during flocking flightSee the Story
Nature · Portugal

Portugal - Save, don’t sabotage, Nature

Portugal plans the destruction of critical coastal wetlands and their fragile biodiversity while hosting a global oceans conference. BirdLife International asks, "How do you spell hypocrisy?”…See the Story

Gardening Calendar (Australian Temperate Climate) – July

It’s July, Midwinter has arrived! As all of Nature’s energies turn inwards, and life comes to a standstill, we finally have a chance to rest and reflect too. This month temperatures will hit their …See the Story

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