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WWF Living Planet Report 2020 is Literally Very Shocking

Existing Wildlife on the Earth Facing Soaring Threat Due To Decrease in Population By 68% Since 1970 T he WWF (World Wildlife Fund} Living Planet 2020 has released a report on Wednesday, founded that the world's wildlife inhabitants have been shrunk by 68% between the years 1970- 2016. The report also included that 75%of the world’s glaciers have been massively affected and 85% of the existing wetlands on the earth have been depleted.  The activities which have hugely contributed to the ecosystem loss in the past several decades are increased agriculture, mega constructions, urbanization, depletion of forests for various products, trophy hunting’s taking place, land degradation and a massive part of the ocean has been overfished. While the tropical sub-regions Latin America has been highly exploited by 94%(highest in the world than any other country) according to the Living Planet Index 2020. Globally the affected continents and countries which have faced biodiversity los

Massive 5km Meteorite Crater Found in Western Australia: Its more than 100 million years old

The massive 100 million years old was found by an local mining which was in search drilling the gold. T he massive crater was founded using electromagnetic surveys by an  local mining company which was in  he search of drilling gold.  It's thought to be 100million year old has a diameter of 5 km in length and its exactly located in the Goldfields mining town, north west side of the Kalgoorlie border.The recently discovered crater is said to be one of the unique and the biggest in the world. The geophysicist  geologist, Dr Mayor stated that the crater was important to find and it was unexpected."Furthermore added that it was found in the area where the landscape is flat and you could not spot it there because enormous crater has been filled up over the geological time . The has earth has been hit up by many and many more meteoroids and asteroids in the past that no could ever think.If  scientists will study the upcoming and the recent findings , they will get answe

Japanese company Skydrive successfully test its piloted flying vehicle

The company Skydrive said on Saturday that it has completed the flight test using “the first manned testing machine” named SD-03, an electrical vertical takeoff and landing machine(eVTOL) and they had received funding from various investors including the Development Bank of Japan. The flying vehicle comprises of one seat, and 8 operating motors and two propellers at each corner. It lifted about 3 meters in the air and flew for 4 minutes operated by the pilot; and in future it will fly at a speed of 40mph in a single recharge the company stated. Five years ago there were various prototypes and designs of flying vehicles but this one (SD-03) is lighter and perfect in design as compared with other ones, the chief executive of Skydrive said. Analysts said that the flying cars global market is estimated to reach $1.4 trillion to $2.9trillion by 2040. Skydrive plans to sell the two seated vehicle SD-03 by 2023 for the price of  $300,000 to $500,000.

Fishermans In a Hurry to Save the Dolphins after 40 Animals were Found Dead Due to Oil Spill in the Coral reef

On Sunday, many injured dolphins were washed ashore on the Mauritius beach and as many as 40 animals were found dead in lagoon near a big oil spill done by Japanese bulk carrier which polluted the coral reef. Apparently on that day fishermen’s took out their boats in the water and started banging on their boats   to drive away the animals from the coast, so many of them could be saved   as they would return back to the sea. If it would not have been those would die too like other animals in coral reef, a fisherman stated.

Astronomers Discover a Rare Galaxy located at 9.3 Billion Light Years Away

A team of international astronomers led by scientists at IUCAA (Inter University for Astronomy and Astrophysics) discovered a galaxy which is located 9.8 billion years located away from earth. The Astronomers were from Switzerland, India, Japan, Netherlands and Us used Astrosat satellite which India’s first dedicated multi-wavelength telescope and it was launched on PSLV-XL on 28th September, and it was used to detect light emanating from the galaxy which is a part of AUDFs01- galaxies. The discovery was led by Professor Dr.Kanak Saha and associate professor at IUCAA and the paper has been published on Monday by Nature Astronomy. While the galaxy was discovered back in 2016 and it the observation lasted 28 hours but it took almost 2 years to diligently analyze and study the complete data of the Galaxy they had detected. In a statement issued by IUCAA explained that after the Big Bang, the Universe was a hot soup of particles (i.e., protons, neutrons, and electrons). As the u

Gandhiji's iconic spectacles sold for £2,60,000

A pair of gold-rimmed spectacles said to be worn by Mahatma Gandhi were sold at East Bristol Auctions for £2,60,000(over 2.5crore rupees). The Auction staff said that that they received the glasses in their letterbox by the man who claimed that it was originally gifted to his uncle by Gandhi himself. They sold the iconic spectacles to an American collector within 6 minutes of bidding the Auction. The spectacles were passed from generation to generation within the seller’s family after his uncle received it as a gift in the 1920s in South Africa when his uncle was working in with British Petroleum, BBC reported. Gandhiji was known for gifting his items to people in need or who helped them in some way. The auction has estimated that the glass would sell about £15000 but it finally sold out 20 times the original estimated price which marked Auction’s biggest sale ever they had done in history.

Most Beautiful Astonishing Patterns That Can be Seen in Mother Nature

1.Spots on Giraffe The spots (patches) made on the giraffe are for camouflage and behind each single patch there are branch of blood vessels. 2.Wing of a butterfly. Butterflies  represents some of the most prominent color that are found in nature.  3.Water Droplets on a leaf The tiny fascinating rain drops or the  moisture dew scattered on the leaf creates a remarkable image before or eyes. 4.Mollusk shell The mollusk shells are perfect examples of an printed design. So the shell uses a organ called mantle to create it, and within the mantle secretory cells which produce pigment needed for the design.