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Araguaian River Dolphin:
New Discovery and
Already Endangered
(Inia araguaiaensis)

By Earl Filskov
March 22, 2015, 11:15 a.m.

We know so little about the planet Earth and its inhabitants, both past and present. National Geographic estimates that we know about less than 15 percent of the species currently alive. At the current rate of extinction, we may not know about many animals in our lifetime or even our grandchildren’s. The new discovery of any species is exciting, take for example the rarely-seen river dolphin. Most people know about dolphins in the ocean, of course, that can be seen often on television shows, in the movies and at zoos. ...


Was The Prehistoric Penguin An Apex Predator?

February 24, 2015
The penguin thrashed the shark, eating most of it whole, but it was still hungry. So it left the ocean waters covering modern day Libya and northern Niger, walked on land and looked to eat, well, just about anything it wanted. Even the infamous Tyrannosaurus Rex was not going to battle the ancient penguin when it was hungry. The T-Rex was no fool: this opponent was bigger, stronger, faster, and as comfortable on land as it was in the water; unlike the T-Rex, who ...
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