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lled the "city on the water". Canadian scientists are breeding a special type of cow designed to burp less, a breakthr

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only known fossi▓ls of a type of parasite that still exists today, Babesia microti, which infects the blood cells of humans and other animals.Two small holes in the back of a blood-engorged tick, which a▓llowed blood to ooze out just as the tick became stuck in tree sap that later fossilized into amber, pro▓vide a brief

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re kilometers, of land in Texas th▓is spring."The life forms we find in amber ▓can reveal so much about the history and evolution of diseases we still struggle with today," Poinar said in a news release from OSU."This parasite, for instance, was clearly around millions of years▓ before humans, and appears to have evolved alongside pri▓mates, among ot

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her hosts." Please scan the QR Code ▓to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Cod▓e to follow us on Wechat The people of Karamonja, a semi arid region in northeastern Uganda, rely on ▓cattle and goats to keep them alive. Water is scarce, and the harsh environment can▓'t sustain the local people on crops alone. But ▓a new initiative has given them hope.A mo▓bile classroom set up with the assistance of the United Nations Children's Fund enables children to receive an▓ education.Nangiro Lowuya has been raising c▓attle his entire life, just like his father and grand▓father before him. But after a few lean years, he wants to give his three children a better future.Nangiro Lowuya s▓aid, "School is very important because in the p▓ast all we cared about was getting more animals, but now, we're in the middle of a crisis. The animals are being stolen and there's an outbreak of disease. And at the end of it, you might not have an▓ything. Education is the light at the end of the ▓tunnel. A child with an education can get a salary and bu▓y food from the market - even buy a new ▓animal if one dies or is stolen."Lowuy

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a l▓earned about the mobile classroom from Nakut Rose, a comm▓unity project organizer who visits local families, promoting a formal education for their children.Not only will classes help children develop to their full potential, but UNICEF will also give them new economic opportunities.The UNICEF mobile classroom▓ has been set up in Africa to provi

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