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A Surfer Cut His Trip Short to Save a Magpie Drowning in the Water

In New South Wales, Australia, a compassionate surfer cut short his surfing trip to save a struggling magpie that had found itself in distress in the ocean waves. Amanda Williams witnessed the heartwarming rescue and shared the story, highlighting the surfer's selflessness in saving the bird despite having no audience or recognition for his act of kindness. The bird is now on the path to recovery, thanks to this surfer's quick thinking and care, reminding us that there are still good-hearted people in the world willing to help those in need.

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This Epic Boating Race Gives You an Award for Being Eco-friendly

SailGP, a thrilling grand prix sport on water with 50-foot catamarans racing at over 60 mph, is making waves in sustainability. Teams not only compete for speed but also for positive impact by promoting clean energy and innovation. The Emirates Great Britain team emerged as the champion for this season's positive impact league. Through collaboration and innovative projects, SailGP aims to inspire global change and educate fans on climate action while leaving a cleaner environment at each race location.

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Canada Is Building New National Urban Parks. What Are They?

Biking trails near Quidi Vidi Harbour in St. John's offer stunning views, attracting pod of porpoises. City and federal government plan to create national urban park with volunteer-run biking trails in consideration. Federal government aims to establish six more urban parks by 2025, building off success of Rouge National Urban Park in Toronto. Local community excited for potential development and improvements with national park status.

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3d Dna Preserved for 52,000 Years in Freeze-dried Woolly Mammoth Remains

In an exciting discovery, scientists have unlocked the genetic secrets of a 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth named Chris Waddle. Using a piece of well-preserved skin, researchers reconstructed the animal's DNA in three dimensions. This breakthrough sheds light on how genes behaved in ancient mammoths and may even aid in efforts to bring back extinct species like the woolly mammoth. The study opens up new possibilities for understanding ancient biology and could potentially be applied to other preserved specimens as well.

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Airport Hires Fluffy Professional to Help Ease Travelers’ Anxiety

Summer travel season is in full swing, and San Francisco International Airport has a unique way to help stressed-out travelers. Meet Duke Ellington, the newest member of SFO's Wag Brigade - a team of therapy animals that includes dogs, a rabbit, and even a pig. Rescued from a feral cat colony, Duke quickly became certified as an official therapy cat at 14 years old. Now he visits SFO terminals to bring smiles and lower blood pressure for travelers in need of some furry comfort.

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Nasa to Commemorate 55th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing

Get ready to celebrate NASA's 55th anniversary of the first Moon landing with a week-long event from July 15 to July 25! Activities will showcase Apollo-era innovations and NASA's Artemis campaign, aiming to land the first woman on the Moon. Look out for interviews, iconic images, and events across different locations nationwide. Join in the fun as NASA honors its history while looking towards an exciting future of space exploration!

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Nasa Releases Webb Telescope Photos of Entwined Galaxies

NASA has shared stunning photos of two galaxies entwined in a cosmic dance, named Penguin and Egg. The James Webb Space Telescope marks its two-year anniversary with these captivating images. Director Mark Clampin hails Webb's ability to unlock mysteries of the universe and inspire people worldwide. These galaxies, 326 million light-years away, will continue their celestial waltz for millions of years before merging into one beautiful galaxy.

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'it's a Miracle': Nurse Saves Man's Life at Charlotte Airport

In Charlotte, North Carolina, a nurse named Claire Cerbie is being praised as a hero for saving a man's life at the airport. Ken Jeffries, 57, suffered a heart attack right before boarding his flight and Claire quickly stepped in to perform CPR and use an AED. Her actions saved Jeffries' life according to doctors at Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center. In a touching Zoom call with WBTV News, Jeffries expressed his deep gratitude towards Cerbie for her quick thinking and lifesaving skills.

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She Signed Up for a Complicated Clinical Trial. It May Cure Her Lupus.

After years of struggling with unexplained symptoms, West Virginia teacher Sierra Butler was diagnosed with lupus in 2020. Following a severe health scare, she underwent CAR-T therapy at the Cleveland Clinic and saw remarkable improvement. The innovative treatment targeted her overactive immune system and put her lupus into remission. While still in early stages, CAR-T therapy shows promise for patients like Butler seeking long-term relief from this chronic autoimmune disease.

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Taylor Swift’s Candid Talk About Body Image Inspires Fans, Us Study Finds

Taylor Swift's openness about her struggles with body image has positively impacted fans, a University of Vermont study reveals. The research analyzed social media posts and found that Swift's candidness helped followers deal with similar issues. Fans felt inspired to make positive changes after connecting deeply with the pop star. Despite some negative comments objectifying her, Swift continues to be a role model for those battling disordered eating, especially as she embarks on a successful concert tour.

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Is the Universe Still Making New Galaxies?

Have you ever wondered if new galaxies are still being born today? It turns out, they are! While the process of building galaxies began in the ancient cosmos, star formation continues even now. Thanks to ongoing star formation processes, small and large galaxies are appearing across the universe. Although this party won't last forever due to dark energy's effects on expansion, we can enjoy watching new galaxies light up for hundreds of billions of years to come.

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This Epic Boating Race Gives You an Award for Being Eco-friendly

Canada Is Building New National Urban Parks. What Are They?

3d Dna Preserved for 52,000 Years in Freeze-dried Woolly Mammoth Remains

Airport Hires Fluffy Professional to Help Ease Travelers’ Anxiety

Nasa to Commemorate 55th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Moon Landing

Nasa Releases Webb Telescope Photos of Entwined Galaxies

'it's a Miracle': Nurse Saves Man's Life at Charlotte Airport

She Signed Up for a Complicated Clinical Trial. It May Cure Her Lupus.

Taylor Swift’s Candid Talk About Body Image Inspires Fans, Us Study Finds

Is the Universe Still Making New Galaxies?