Scientists want to revive extinct Tasmanian tiger
But the discussion of dreams is also something the CNN team encounters every week as they interview scientists and uncover the latest findings.
Dreams are often at the heart of what makes such scientific discoveries and advances possible.
After all, as Gaiman wrote, “Dreams shape the world.”
back to the future
It may be time for Tasmanian tigers to walk the earth again.
The officially known creature, thylacine, disappeared from virtually everywhere except the Australian island of Tasmania about 2,000 years ago.There, a human who saw a coyote-sized animal Because domestic predators drove the species to extinction.
But the road to reviving extinct animals like the Tasmanian tiger is far from truncated.
secret of the sea
Fish tend not to thrive in sub-zero waters, but scientists have discovered one species that may be the ultimate survivor in the frozen waters off Greenland.
In addition, snails are the only arctic fish known to have biofluorescence, a green and red glowing phenomenon.
But the days of these imposing little creatures, adapted to life in a rapidly warming environment, may be coming to an end.
My Artemis is just a few days away — and now we have a passenger list.
The goal of the Artemis project’s first mission is not to carry humans into deep space.
This motley crew enjoys the scenery while flying around the moon. On this flight, from Earth he also carries over 100 pounds (45 kilograms) of memorabilia.
Readers of Wonder Theory may know the main cause of the extinction of the dinosaurs. It was a city-sized asteroid that struck off the coast of Mexico 66 million years ago, leading to the mass extinction of most life on Earth.
Researchers have now discovered another large impact crater 248 miles (400 kilometers) from West Africa. It was formed at about the same time.
The submarine crater is 5 miles (8 kilometers) in diameter and marks the impact of an asteroid over 1,300 feet (about 400 meters) wide hitting the Earth.
The ancient monkey puzzle tree of Patagonia has scaly branches and spiny leaves that evolved as a defense against the long-necked dinosaurs that once munched on them.
Scientists now consider these evergreens that survived the Jurassic period to be endangered. Fires, overgrazing and deforestation are reducing forests with towering trees.
The seeds discarded by parakeets and replanted by the Mapuche are giving the Araucaria tree a bright future.
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