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The Sentinelese Who Refuse All Contact With The Outside World

The Sentinelese are an indigenous peoples of the Andaman Islands, in the Bay of Bengal of the Indian Ocean. They inhabit North Sentinel Island, which lies westward off the southern tip of the Great Andaman archipelago. They are noted for resisting attempts at contact by outsiders. For thousands of years they have refused contact with the outside world including Arabs, Persians, Indians, Europeans and Helicopters. The Sentinelese maintain an essentially hunter-gatherer society subsisting through hunting, fishing, and collecting wild plants. There is no evidence of either agricultural practices or methods of producing fire. Their language remains unclassified and their...

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Help Save The Critically Endangered Amur Leopard

The Amur leopard or the Far Eastern leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) is a subspecies of leopard native to southeastern Russia and northeastern China. It has been classified as Critically Endangered since 1996. Only 14–20 adults and 5–6 cubs were counted in a census in 2007, with a total of 19–26 Amur leopards in the wild. Results from a new survey indicate that the population may have risen to as many as 50 individuals, representing about a 50% increase from the last survey conducted in 2007. Petition: Help Save The Amur Leopard From Extinction! Please Share To Help Raise...

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Scientist Claims The Lost City of Atlantis Was on Mars & Ancient Egypt Traded With Them

Swiss scientists say they can prove beyond a doubt that the Lost City of Atlantis was on Mars, and its astronauts traded with ancient Egypt for a significant period of time! Even more incredible, they claim to have the evidence to show that the legendary King Tut died spectacularly in a space shuttle crash with an alien crew. “The Martian Civilization destroyed itself or was destroyed by a meteor while Egypt was still in its prime,” Dr. Stephan Weisz told a gathering of reporters and scientists in Bern, Switzerland. But the inhabitants left their mark both on Earth and...

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Toddler Experiences Sound For First Time

Toddler’s Reaction After Being Fitted For Hearing Aids And Experiencing Sound For The First Time. Dylan Lipton-Lesser was born premature and has hearing loss. The 24-month-old was recently fitted with his very first hearing aids at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond, Virginia.  He could not stop laughing at the sound of his mother’s voice! Dylan’s mother says he now loves listening to music and laughing. Born on Valentine’s Day 2012, 11 weeks premature, weighing 3 lbs & battling a dangerous infection for 101 days in the NICU, Dylan Eli’s had 15 brain surgeries to treat the Hydrocephalus he acquired...

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The Mysterious Hexagon on Saturn’s North Pole

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured new images of the “Hexagon”, the first to show a complete view of Saturn’s north pole. Back in 1979, The Voyager revealed that Saturn is much more complicated and mysterious than imagined. In 2007, modern imaging confirmed that Saturn has a hexagon on its pole. Since Saturn is bigger than our planet, its vortex can fit a planet 4x the size of Earth inside it. The Voyager also came up with images of clouds that circle around this hexagonal vortex at 200 miles per hour. This massive storm has been brewing for at least a...

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