Day: March 12, 2015

Blue Blood: Here Is How Antarctic Octopuses Survive in Cold Seas

An octopus species living in the Antarctica has a specific tragedy to survive and live in the ice-cold water. Oxygen supply to its tissues has been documented in a scientific paper published in the journal Frontiers in Zoology. The octopus is said to effectively transport oxygen in its blood via a specialised blood pigment known

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Origins of Narcissism Lie In Upbringing

A new study argues that children could be turned into narcissists if their parents go overboard in telling them that they are more special than others. The findings were published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The research work is the first of its kind – the origins of narcissism and

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