"Even the seemingly low rate of juvenile mortality attributed to cannibalism reported here may be an important factor in population regulation," researchers from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission wrote in June in the journal Herpatologica. … [Read more...] about Cannibalism Weeds Out Baby Alligators
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Here are some 5G SIM plan dealsFully connectedI generally use three gadgets at any one time: whatever phone I’m testing, my iPad Pro, and my work laptop. During a workday I can be using all three for various tasks, and frequently I’ll have to connect various other devices too. I’ve also got a PS4 I tried to use over 5G, too. … [Read more...] about Can a 5G phone give my whole flat high-speed internet? I found out
You may not know it but your router is actually a mini-computer that has a CPU, memory, local storage and even its own operating system. Just like any other computer, it can run into any number of issues, such as the CPU getting too hot, its memory or OS failing etc. Just like you would reboot a computer when it’s acting up, you can and should do the same with your router. … [Read more...] about The ultimate guide to boosting Wi-Fi: 22 ways to improve your internet speed
"Until now, the complete animal was unknown," Cossette said in a statement. The species name honors paleontologist David Schwimmer, a professor at Columbus State University in Georgia (not to be confused with the actor David Schwimmer, who played a paleontologist from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, in the TV show "Friends"). … [Read more...] about Cretaceous ‘terror crocodile’ crushed dinosaurs with banana-size teeth
Trumping all myths, however, is the fact that alligators wouldn't survive long in sewers. In a 1982 interview with The New York Times, sewer bureau spokesman John T. Flaherty said, "I could cite you many cogent, logical reasons why the sewer system is not a fit habitat for an alligator. But suffice it to say that, in the 28 years I have been in the sewer game, neither I nor any of the thousands of men who have worked to build, maintain or repair the sewer system has ever seen one, and a 10-foot, 800-pound alligator would be hard to miss." … [Read more...] about Do Alligators Really Live in New York City Sewers?