A baby kangaroo made its grand appearance at a wildlife park in China after six months in its mother’s pouch. Park officials say the little one is loving it on the outside, but knows just when to return to mama for some TLC. Kangaroos are born as small as a peanut. They have to grow in the mother’s pouch for about half a year before venturing out into the real world. InsideEdition.com’s Keleigh Nealon (http://twitter.com/KeleighNealon) has more.
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Here's what the recent California wildfire looks like from space.
Oumuamua serait une sonde extraterrestre ? Une théorie “possible” mais “sans doute pas vraie”, selon Alain Cirou
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Cet objet interstellaire a traversé notre système solaire en octobre 2017. Deux scientifiques estiment qu'il pourrait s'agir d'une sonde extraterrestre. "En science, on a le droit d'avoir des idées folles", réagit le ...
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The Bank of England has asked for the public's suggestions for nominating a scientist for the £50 note and some say Stephen Hawking is a strong contender.
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It's been an unprecedented year in politics leading up to Tuesday’s midterm elections with a historic number of women and minorities running for office. Scientists have typically steered clear of the political fray, b...