Tiny Chameleon Species Just Discovered in Madagascar is a ‘Spectacular Case of Extreme Miniaturization’

A chameleon has been declared by science as currently the world’s smallest reptile. The male brookesia nana or “nano-chameleon” measures less than an inch long, while the females stretch just past an inch. Chameleons are famous for their extending, sniper-rifle tongues, their ability to change color, and their funny little karate-chop oven-mitt-like hands that allow […]

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Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes agree one-year deal with joint commitment for ‘greater diversity and inclusion’

Seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton will continue to race for Mercedes in the 2021 season after agreeing a new, one-year deal, the team announced on Monday. The deal will see Hamilton partner with Mercedes for a ninth season and puts an end to months of speculation over the Briton’s immediate future in the […]

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Valve to pay $4 million to Corsair in Steam Controller patent infringement lawsuit

Ironburg Inventions and SCUF, the Corsair-owned maker of high-end performance controllers and holders of an “extensive patent portfolio,” had warned Valve in 2014 regarding its Steam Controller design, accusing it of copying the paddle/trigger mechanism located on the gadget’s backside. A lawsuit followed a year later when Valve officially released the Steam Controller in 2015, […]

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One Simple Change Cut Accidental Albatross and Seabird Deaths by 98%: ‘Absolutely amazing’

An international task force of conservationists have proved that a remarkably simple method of deterring seabirds can save tens of thousands from accidental death. A recent study published about the Namibian fishery industry determined there was a 98% reduction in albatross and other seabird deaths after laws were passed requiring that fishermen attach colored streamers […]

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