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Scientists find crocodile `virgin birth` at Costa Rica zoo

Reuters Scientists have documented the first-known instance of a "virgin birth" by a crocodile, which had been living in isolation for 16 years at Costa Rican zoo, according to a study published Wednesday. The female American crocodile laid 14 eggs in 2018 within her enclosure, a not uncommon phenomenon among captive reptiles. The more puzzling fact, however, came after three months of incubation .....
Unrelenting CASOs make Kashmiris’ life miserable
Muslims mourn burning of historic library at madressah in India’s Bihar
Stress Seen As Major Cause of Indian Military Fratricides, Suicides
New authoritarian is unfolding in India
Modi’s Hindutva Agenda Revealed
Former Indian Muslim politician, brother shot dead live on TV
Latest Revelations about the Pulwama Attack Vindicate Pakistan
India intensifies crackdowns, raids in IIOJK ahead of G20 meeting
Pakistan condemns Israeli forces’ raid on Al-Aqsa mosque



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     Wildlife
Scientists find crocodile `virgin birth` at Costa Rica zoo
Unrelenting CASOs make Kashmiris’ life miserable
Muslims mourn burning of historic library at madressah in India’s Bihar
Stress Seen As Major Cause of Indian Military Fratricides, Suicides
New authoritarian is unfolding in India
Modi’s Hindutva Agenda Revealed
Former Indian Muslim politician, brother shot dead live on TV
Latest Revelations about the Pulwama Attack Vindicate Pakistan
India intensifies crackdowns, raids in IIOJK ahead of G20 meeting
Pakistan condemns Israeli forces’ raid on Al-Aqsa mosque

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