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Record Number Of Wildfires In The Amazon Rainforest Could Accelerate Climate Change

Record Number Of Wildfires In The Amazon Rainforest Could Accelerate Climate Change

It is not uncommon for human-generated blazes — lit to clear the land out for farming or ranching — in the Amazon rainforest to get out of control. However, this year, the number of wildfires has been extraordinarily high. Brazil's National Institute for Space Research (INPE) has recorded over 73,000 fires in the world's largest tropical rainforest between January and August 2019, 2,500 of which are currently active. This is the highest number observed since the agency began keeping records in 2013, and an astounding 80 percent more than during the first eight months of 2018.

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Mars Astronauts May Be Able To Heal Injuries With 3-D Printed Skin And Bones

Mars Astronauts May Be Able To Heal Injuries With 3-D Printed Skin And Bones

In addition to their myriad other responsibilities, the brave Mars pioneers will also have to be ready to deal with all kinds of medical emergencies. Some ailments, such as common colds and headaches, may be easy to tackle with medication. To help them with more serious issues, like severe skin burns or bone fractures, scientists from the Dresden University of Technology (TUD) have developed a 3-D bioprinter capable of producing human tissue in space.

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"Sneezing" Plants May Be Spreading Pathogens And Infecting Their Neighbors

"Sneezing" Plants May Be Spreading Pathogens And Infecting Their Neighbors

It is common knowledge that the droplets spread from sneezing are one of the key culprits responsible for transmitting infectious diseases between humans. Now it turns out that some plants have a similar ability to share the "love" and spread pathogens to each other. However, while sneezing in humans is an involuntary response to irritants along the lining of the nose, plants "sneeze" due to a quirk in fluid dynamics.

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Adorable "Mustachioed" Puppy Salvador Dolly Steals Hearts Worldwide

Adorable "Mustachioed" Puppy Salvador Dolly Steals Hearts Worldwide

A charming stray puppy has become an internet darling thanks to her prominent "handlebar mustache" skin pigmentation, which closely resembles the iconic facial hair of the late Spanish artist, Salvador Dali. Five-week-old "Salvador Dolly," along with her brown shepherd mother and ten siblings, were found on the streets of Dallas, Texas, by Hearts & Bones Rescue volunteers on July 10, 2019. The non-profit's director of marketing, Allison Seelig, told Good Morning America, "We were definitely in disbelief — how does a puppy end up looking like this?"

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Fiona Kolbinger Is The First Female Cyclist To Win The Grueling Transcontinental Race

Fiona Kolbinger Is The First Female Cyclist To Win The Grueling Transcontinental Race

Fiona Kolbinger, a 24-year-old with little experience in competitive cycling, took the world by surprise when she became the first female to win the ultra-endurance Transcontinental Race on August 6, 2019. The cancer researcher from Germany outrode 225 men and 39 women to complete the approximately 2,485 miles (4,000 km) race from Bulgaria to France in 10 days, two hours, and 48 minutes. Even more impressive, Kolbinger crossed the finish line almost 11 hours ahead of the second-place winner, Ben Davies of the United Kingdom.

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The Bottle Cap Challenge Is Taking The Internet By Storm

The Bottle Cap Challenge Is Taking The Internet By Storm

The Internet loves a fun challenge. Over the years, thousands of people have doused themselves in ice for the charitable ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, frozen in action for the Mannequin Challenge, and even picked up garbage for the Trash Bag Challenge. The latest to join this never-ending trend of viral competitions is the Bottle Cap Challenge.

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500-Year-Old Christopher Columbus Era Shipwreck Found In The Baltic Sea

500-Year-Old Christopher Columbus Era Shipwreck Found In The Baltic Sea

A perfectly-preserved wreck that has lain unnoticed in the icy waters of the Baltic Sea, between Sweden and Estonia, for over 500 years, has finally been discovered. The European vessel was first detected in 2009, when a sonar survey by the Swedish Maritime Administration indicated a large object in the area. However, it was not until early 2019 that maritime archeologists from the University of Southampton in England and Sweden-based marine survey specialists MMT found evidence of the sunken ship using underwater robotic cameras.

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