Whale stranding attributed to sonar mapping for the first time & a new rat genus in Indonesia

An investigation of a mass stranding of melon-headed whales in Madagascar in 2008 blames ExxonMobil echosounder

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A prominent tuft of spiny hair on the back, a white tail tip and three pairs of teats represent the unique set of characteristics that describe a new genus of rat which has been discovered in the Moluccan province of Indonesia.

Jon

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