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Lesula Monkey : A shy monkey with human like eyes!

You thought only humans were blessed with beautiful looking eyes? This old world monkey, recently discovered by scientists in Democratic republic of Congo, is mostly known for its booming dawn chorus it performs. Unfortunately, these animals are hunted for its meat and is also vulnerable for extinction. The official name for this species is "Cercopithecus lomamiensis".


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"In Science the credit goes to the man
who convinces the world,
not to the man to whom the idea first occurs."

– Sir Francis Darwin
(1848-1925, English botanist, son of Charles Darwin),
In: Eugenetics Review (April 1914, "Francis Galton")

Watch the Inspiring Video: How do you say good bye when you have only months to live? A Farewell Song "Clouds" by Zach Sobiech !

Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer,known as Osteosarcoma, when he was 14 years old. Osteosarcoma is a cancerous (malignant) bone tumor that usually develops in teenagers. It occurs when a teen is growing rapidly but it can also occur at any age. The cause of the disease is not known. It is observed to be linked to a gene passed down the family tree. There are about 800 new cases reported every year out of that 400 are children. When diagnosed, Zach took the disease positively and turned to music while fighting against the cancer. Zach wrote a farewell, good bye song to his family called "Clouds" that he uploaded on YouTube in December. The deeply personal video ended up touching the lives of millions of people on the Internet! Zach passed away on 21 May 2013, but his song will inspire millions of people for generations to come to know "how to live" ! RIP Zach!

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This structurally sound, lyre shaped species was recently discovered in northeast Pacific Ocean off the coast of California. It has 2 to 6 horizontal vanes holding more than 20 parallel vertical branches. Each branch is capped by an balloon-like ball to contact and capture its preys. This is officially named as "Chondrocladia lyra" and will be commonly referred as "lyre sponge"!
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Staff Writers and Contributors KR Preethichand, Meena Ravi, M.Sadayandi,
Arvin Kumaran, Tarun Kumaran
Production (Web Publishing) Arvin Kumaran
Art and Graphics Tarun Kumaran
Special Contributor for this Edition Padma Radha
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