Baby Coral Deaths Threaten the Great Barrier Reef’s Recovery

(Bloomberg) — The mass death of young and old corals in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is threatening the recovery of the largest living structure on Earth. 



underwater view of a coral: An undated handout photo received from the ARC Centre of Excellence Coral Reef Studies on October 14, 2020 shows a damaged part of the Great Barrier Reef - the vast World Heritage-listed reef off Australia's northeastern coast.


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An undated handout photo received from the ARC Centre of Excellence Coral Reef Studies on October 14, 2020 shows a damaged part of the Great Barrier Reef – the vast World Heritage-listed reef off Australia’s northeastern coast.

The bleaching of corals off Australia’s northeastern coast due to ocean warming and acidification is happening across all species and to specimens of all ages, according to a new study that analyzed coral demographics. The study, led by Andy Dietzel at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies in Australia, confirmed the Great Barrier Reef lost half its corals between 1995 and 2017.

“We measured changes in colony sizes because population studies are important for understanding demography and the corals’ capacity to

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Footballer Helps Wife Deliver Their Baby On Pavement Outside Apartment, Incident Caught On Camera

KEY POINTS

  • The incident in the early hours of Thursday and was caught on camera
  • On their way to the car, the wife said she needed to lay on the ground as “she could feel the baby’s head crowning”
  • The mother-daughter duo was expected to be released from hospital later this week

A Brazilian footballer played the role of a midwife and helped his spouse deliver their baby on the pavement outside their apartment block.

Bryan Borges’ wife Myllena’s water broke in the early hours of Thursday. Initially, the contractions were not very strong but the pain slowly increased. Myllena and 24-year-old Borges then rushed to the elevator and reached downstairs. When they were a few feet away from their car, Myllena told her husband she needed to lay on the ground as “she could feel the baby’s head crowning,” Daily Mail reported.

The footballer then helped her deliver their

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Global Baby Food and Infant Formula Market 2020 Emerging Technologies, Opportunity Assessment, Projections and Future Opportunities by 2025

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Sep 27, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The latest published report namely World Baby Food and Infant Formula Market Research Report 2025 added by MarketandResearch.biz offers an insightful take on the historical data of the market and predictions for 2020 to 2025 time-period. The report provides an understanding of the global Baby Food and Infant Formula industry competitors, the sales channel, growth potential, potentially disruptive trends, industry product innovations and the value/volume of size, market segments, and market share of the best actors/products. Current market trends and dynamics are assessed which helps in mapping the track of the global market. A chapter-wise format has been used to ease the readability and complexity of the data. Each chapter is further categorized into its respective segments containing well-structured data.

Market Competition:

The competitive landscape of the global Baby

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Pair of massive baby stars swaddled in salty water vapor

Pair of massive baby stars swaddled in salty water vapor
ALMA composite image of a binary massive protostar IRAS 16547-4247. Different colors show the different distributions of dust particles (yellow), methyl cyanide (CH3CN, red), salt (NaCl, green), and hot water vapor (H2O, blue). Bottom insets are the close-up views of each components. Dust and methyl cyanide are distributed widely around the binary, whereas salt and water vapor are concentrated in the disk around each protostar. In the wide-field image, the jets from one of the protostars, seen as several dots in the above image, are shown in light blue. Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), Tanaka et al.

Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), astronomers spotted a pair of massive baby stars growing in salty cosmic soup. Each star is shrouded by a gaseous disk which includes molecules of sodium chloride, commonly known as table salt, and heated water vapor. Analyzing the radio emissions from the salt and water, the team found

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