It’s Friday and you know what that means…it’s time for internet debauchery. As usual, we are here to assist you in your quest for internet indulgence with 25 of the week’s best links, articles, images, and videos from all over the web. So, whether you want to read about some of the latest scientific discoveries or be informed about current trending news, Link25 has you covered. Get ready for your best-of-the-web-pill because this is Link25 (233) – The Sea Monster Edition.
Baby ‘Sea Monster’ Found Inside Fossil Mother
Finding a creature curled inside the belly of an ancient sea beast might not seem surprising at first. After all, the huge fossil belonged to a water reptile with a ridiculously long neck and a knack for swallowing its prey whole.
But when paleontologists took a closer look, they found that the extra fossil inside its body was no meal: Instead, the giant animal was (click on the image to read the full article).
Scientists have just detected a major change to the Earth’s oceans linked to a warming climate
A large research synthesis, published in one of the world’s most influential scientific journals, has detected a decline in the amount of dissolved oxygen in oceans around the world — a long-predicted result of climate change that could have severe consequences for marine organisms if it continues.
The paper, published Wednesday in the journal Nature by oceanographer Sunke Schmidtko and two colleagues from the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, found a decline of (click on the image to read the full article).
ADHD a 'brain disorder', not just bad behaviour: study
People with ADHD have slightly smaller brains than those without the condition, according to a study released Thursday which insisted it is a physical disorder and not just bad behaviour.
The largest analysis to date of the brains of people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder found “structural differences” and evidence of delayed development compared with non-sufferers, researchers reported.
“The results from our study confirm that (click on the image to read the full article).