Megalodon would have dwarfed today’s great white sharks.
Christina Spence Morgan
Megalodon, the world’s largest known shark species, swam the oceans long before humans existed. Its teeth are all that’s left, and they tell a story of an apex predator that vanished.
Sharks eating seagrass? Sounds fishy, but the reality is that animals don’t conform to the strict categories we try to place on their diets.
Kangaroos probably don’t enjoy social media photos as much as we do.
Here’s some advice on taking selfies with wild animals: don’t. It’s not fun for the animal, and can have serious knock-on effects for their health. And you could be injured (or worse).
One of the major reasons for the lack of growth in pig production is high pig feed costs.
High feed costs is limiting pig production in Africa. There are alternatives. The industry must find ways to use available feeds from industries that process agricultural products
Hmmm … looks good to me.
No wonder scientists love it.
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