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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.”

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(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…

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The first possible “survivor” planet discovered by NASA is near a stellar cinder – SwordsToday.ie

WD 1856 b, the size of Jupiter, orbits its faint white dwarf star every 36 hours, about seven times as large. Attribution: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight

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WD 1856 b, the size of Jupiter, orbits its faint white dwarf star every 36 hours, about seven times as large. Attribution: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
Violent events leading up to the death of a star could alienate any planet. Newly discovered Thursday-Size object star may have been dead for a long time.
An international team of used astronomers NASATransiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) And the retired Spitzer Space Telescope reported to be the first planet to orbit White dwarf, …

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Care homes plead ‘save us from another catastrophe’ over second wave deaths fear – Mirror Online

EXCLUSIVE: Care home chiefs tonight make a grim warning – saying Boris Johnson’s government had a chance to fix this but messed it up and now there will be more…

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Care home chiefs pleaded tonight to be saved from a second ­catastrophe as Covid ­infection rates escalate.
More than 15,000 residents died in the first wave. Now bosses fear a ­devastating repeat unless they get the weekly tests for staff that Boris Johnsons ministers promised.
Mark Adams, whose care homes lost 49 residents to Covid-19, said: The Government had a chance to fix this but I cant imagine how they could have messed it up more.
Leaders across the care ­industry issued a stark warn…

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First Possible “Survivor” Planet Discovered by NASA Next to a Stellar Cinder – SciTechDaily

The violent events leading up to the death of a star would likely drive away any planets. The newly discovered Jupiter-size object may have arrived long after t…

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WD 1856 b, a potential planet the size of Jupiter, orbits its dim white dwarf star every 36 hours and is about seven times larger. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
The violent events leading up to the death of a star would likely drive away any planets. The newly discovered Jupiter-size object may have arrived long after the star died.
An international team of astronomers using NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and retired Spitzer Space Telescope has reported what m…

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