Monthly Archives: September 2014

Dinosaurs in water- the incredibly amazing Spinosaurus

The gigantic fearsome creatures that dominated the earth millions of years ago have always been a center of fascination for the scientific community. The fossilized remains of dinosaurs have provided useful insights into their structure, function and physiology. Spinosaurus was once known to a… – http://www.fiboni.com/2014/09/dinosaurs-in-water/

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Discovery of lost sunk ship set to unravel the ‘greatest Canadian mystery’

In 1845, the British set off an expedition to explore the Arctic. It was led by Captain Sir John Franklin, an experienced adventurer and officer of the Royal Navy. He had led three expeditions before this, all in the same region. The last one was to the Northwest Passage, where the expedition… – http://www.fiboni.com/2014/09/greatest-canadian-mystery/

The scare that results from a dog and cow’s hybrid – a shocker from Indonesia

An event that happened in Indonesia three years back rocked the scientific community as it reached a larger audience recently. In 2011, the island of Madura off the northeastern coast of Java saw the births of an extraordinary creature. News of the event reached across the country, with the… – http://www.fiboni.com/2014/09/dog-cows-hybrid/

Innovative program to mitigate shark attacks without hurting the creatures

Shark attacks are a very dreaded menace in many shores around the world, and people have tried time and again to come up with ways to minimize shark attacks without harming the animal itself. So, a very innovative way has been devised by a group who catch and release potentially dangerous and… – http://www.fiboni.com/2014/09/mitigate-shark-attacks/

‘Cool Burning’ could be the future for green fuels

A very recent experiment conducted in the International Space Station by a team lead by Forman Williams established that flames could burn at much lower temperatures by using fuel more efficiently given the right atmospheric condition. Williams, a professor of Mechanical and Aerospace… – http://www.fiboni.com/2014/09/cool-burning-2/

Beautiful sea mammals discovered – the Cape Wearing Dolphin

It is certainly not Bigfoot, but this new addition to the cetacean family is undoubtedly 8 feet long. The newly christened cape wearing dolphin is a member of the humpback family. This category of dolphins is known so because of the hump below their dorsal fin. They generally inhabit the river… – http://www.fiboni.com/2014/09/beautiful-cape-wearing-dolphin/