Deep-sea freezers could revolutionize marine biology

This story was originally published by Hakai Magazine. In Japan’s muggy summers, nothing beats a frozen orange. The popular delicacy tastes great when you make it yourself. But it tastes even better when it is prepared 850 meters below the sea surface. “A little salty, but super tasty,” says Shinsuke Kawagucci, deep-sea geochemist at the … Read more

Dingoes attack a woman jogging on an Australian island beach, taking her to the hospital

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A pack of dingoes drove a jogging woman into the surf and attacked her in a recent clash between local dogs and humans on a popular Australian island, sparking fresh alerts on Tuesday for visitors trying to venture out. The 24-year-old woman was attacked by three or four dingoes on Monday … Read more