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Vultures catch death in the carcass
KOLKATA, JUNE 29.Vultures are never appreciated for their contribution to the environment except for the Parsis who welcome them at the `Tower of Silence.' Today these natural scavengers who can clear the carcass of adult cattle in 20 minutes, ...
Are they lazy or busy bees?
VIENNA/LONDON, JUNE 29.Bees are not as busy as they are made out to be. In fact the insects are lazy, work-shy and prone to sleeping on the job, according to recent research. Bees sleep for 80 per cent of the night and like to spend long ...
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