The largest of these prehistoric species was 10 times the length of anchovies living today.
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The bizarre creatures are colloquially known as "Elvis worms" due to their shiny scales being reminiscent of the King of Rock's famous sequinned suits.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is seeking to eradicate wild populations of Argentine black and white tegu it says has settled in Toombs and Tattnall counties.
"There is no such thing as AGI and we are nowhere near matching human intelligence," Jerome Pesenti tweeted.
Locals in the village of Mahounou in C?te d'Ivoire have found what appears to be a long metal pipe that reportedly fell from the sky.
The shape of the structures resemble that of complex carbon molecules known as "fullerenes," which were one of the first nanoparticles discovered by scientists.
Discovery could have implications for future geoengineering research into influencing rain.
"Anti-vaccination has pulled in the huge population of people who ordinarily don't talk a lot online about such issues," study author Neil Johnson told Newsweek.
Social distancing will force authorities along the south and east coast to rethink how they manage people who must evacuate their homes in the event of a disaster.
"We keep putting millions of tonnes of plastic into the ocean every year. This research shows that it is not going to stay there forever. The ocean is giving it back to us," said researcher Steve Allen.
Upon its completion, estimated for 2022, the Gemini Solar Project could be the eighth-largest solar facility in the world, the U.S. Department of the Interior said this week.
The body of water—which is rusty brown in color due to chemical reactions —measures up to 100 feet deep and has an area of roughly five football fields.
"I wish I had done more to call attention to the danger," the billionaire philanthropist said. "The whole point of talking about [virus outbreaks] was that we could take action and minimize damage."
The comet will make its closest approach to the sun on May 27, when it will be around 40 million miles from our star.
"These natural caverns would provide the crew protection from excessive radiation exposure [and] shelter them from the bombardment of micrometeorites," researchers said.
Bones from a fossil rich site at Tanque Loma in Ecuador offers clues to how a group of 22 plus giant sloths met their end 18,000 years ago.
News of the shift comes after OneZero re-surfaced newspaper reports from the 1990s which tied Patton to a fork of the Ku Klux Klan hate group and his involvement with a synagogue shooting.
The rocket segment is the largest piece of space debris to make an uncontrolled descent back to Earth since 1991.
The footage shows the burning of fluffy poplar tree seeds in Parque del Cidacos in Calahorra, Spain.
Giant algal blooms from L.A. to Mexico have turned the sea a rust shade of red in the day and a luminescent blue at night.
The mature female began moving away from the U.S. east coast at the start of April.