SCHUYLKILL COUNTY, Pa. Dozens of cats were seized from a home Saturday morning in Schuylkill County.
Code enforcement officials say they received a complaint earlier this week about a strong odor of cats from a home in near Mahanoy City.
The Hillside SPCA say they pulled 44 cats from the house along High Road.
Shelter officials say this is a hoarding and neglect case but it’s putting more strain on the organization as they’ve been struggling due to the pandemic.
A humane officer tells Newswa…
Inside the mind of an animal – Nature.com
Neuroscientists are scrutinizing huge piles of data to learn how brains create emotions and other internal states such as aggression and desire.
Two years ago, Jennifer Li and Drew Robson were trawling through terabytes of data from a zebrafish-brain experiment when they came across a handful of cells that seemed to be psychic.
The two neuroscientists had planned to map brain activity while zebrafish larvae were hunting for food, and to see how the neural chatter changed. It was their first major test of a technological platform they had built at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The platform allowed them to view every cel…
The earth was once home to ‘terror crocodiles’ nearly the size of city buses – CNN
A new study has shed more light on gigantic “terror crocodiles,” that once roamed the world and preyed on dinosaurs with teeth “the size of bananas.”
(CNN)A new study has shed more light on gigantic “terror crocodiles,” that once roamed the world and preyed on dinosaurs with teeth “the size of bananas.”
The research, which was conducted in 2018, published this week in Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. It found that the Deinosuchus — a lineage of giant Late Cretacecous crocodylians from North America — were nearly as long as city buses, growing up to 33 feet in length, according to the study authors.
“Deinosuchus was a giant that must h…
Some Humans Are Carrying DNA From an Unknown Ancient Ancestor – ScienceAlert
A new analysis of the genomes of the most famous of ancient humans – Neanderthals and Denisovans – has revealed an as-yet-unidentified ancestor for our species – a branch of our distant family tree without any known label to put to it.
A new analysis of the genomes of the most famous of ancient humans – Neanderthals and Denisovans – has revealed an as-yet-unidentified ancestor for our species a branch of our distant family tree without any known label to put to it.
The study also finds further evidence of interbreeding between humans and Neanderthals, but places it much earlier than we previously knew – some 200,000 to 300,000 years ago. This interbreeding would therefore add new insight into the increasingly complicated hist…
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