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The Sunken Forest is a rare ecological community, and according to the New York Natural Heritage Program, was ranked as “globally rare,” meaning there are few remaining occurrences of this type of forest in the world.
One town in Honduras claims fish rain as such a regular occurrence that its residents hold an annual festival to celebrate its arrival.
However, items can be moved or mixed together later on because of burrowing rodents and other chance occurrences.
This season, top 10 teams have already suffered three home losses to unranked opponents, an occurrence that since 2012 has happened at most seven times over an entire season.
Warnings from the wells — Science News, October 10, 1970Seismologists are studying ways to predict the occurrence of earthquakes….
The remaining quarter of users take loans from Aave, often to meet collateral obligations due elsewhere—a common occurrence in the cryptocurrency industry, where sudden price swings are the norm.
Your brain is unwellGhostly occurrences can be the result of larger problems in our gray matter.
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In this context, the hologenome idea, and the occurrence of probiotic epidemics, represent an attempt to explicitly include microbes, the dominant life form on the planet, in evolutionary theory.
However, many factors, not just water temperature play a role in its occurrence.
Those tech platforms will also move to a more standardized way of measuring and reporting the occurrence of harmful content, though that’s not expected to come into force until the second half of 2021.

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