A deadly snake was captured after it was found under an aquarium inside a home in Australia earlier this month.
Jack Hogan with Snake Catcher Northern Rivers 24/7 arrived at the home after receiving information that a snake was seen slithering under the aquarium.
“We received a call for a greenish Snake that was seen slithering under this Bangalow residents’ Aquarium!” he wrote in a Facebook post.
However, Hogan was shocked after he stumbled upon the venomous Eastern Brown Snake while attempting to capture the reptile.
“I suspected the Snake to be a harmless Common Tree Snake as we see a lot of them in the area. After poking around with my hands and waiving my big head around for a while I stumbled upon this gorgeous Eastern Brown Snake all curled up behind the stereo!!” he wrote in the post.
Video of the rescue showed the snake catcher moving
AI today is like a super fast kid going through school whose teachers need to be smarter than if not as quick. In an astonishing turn of events, a (satelite)image-to-(map)image conversion algorithm was found hiding a cheat-sheet of sorts while generating maps to appear as it if had ‘learned’ do the opposite effectively[PDF].
The CycleGAN is a network that excels at learning how to map image transformations such as converting any old photo into one that looks like a Van Gogh or Picasso. Another example would be to be able to take the image of a horse and add stripes to make it look like a zebra. The CycleGAN once trained can do the reverse as well, such as an example of taking a map and convert it into a satellite image. There are a number of ways this can be very useful but it was in this task that
A senior economic advisor to Trump was filmed slamming his debate performance.
Stephen Moore told a pro-Trump event that his performance against Biden was “crappy,” in footage published by Huff Post.
Moore spoke at an event in Washington organised by pro-Trump group FreedomWorks.
Trump has previously praised Moore as “a great pro-growth economist and a truly fine person”
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An economic advisor to Donald Trump was filmed describing his performance in the recent debate against Joe Biden as “crappy” in newly-released footage from earlier this month.
Stephen Moore, who Trump has previously described as “a great pro-growth economist and a truly fine person”, made the remarks earlier this month at the Election Protection Summit in Washington organised by pro-Trump group FreedomWorks.
“It was not a great performance by Trump; in fact, I thought it
The 20-year-old woman succumbed to injuries from a go-karting incident
The woman’s parents have blamed the go-karting organizers’ negligence for the incident
Management claimed that it happened after she removed her helmet to click selfies
In an unfortunate incident, a 20-year-old woman died after her hair got entangled in a go-kart wheels in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad on Wednesday.
The woman, identified as Sri Varshini, had gone go-karting with her friends at an amusement park in the city when the incident took place. The woman, who was an engineering student, was rushed to a local hospital where she succumbed to injuries the following day.
Speaking to local website The News Minute Thursday, police officer Mahender Reddy said, “It was this morning that a written complaint was filed at the Meerpet police station. The woman was wearing a helmet but it seems like it came off midway
In a horrific incident, a massive hippopotamus attacked and dragged a child to his death in Kenya. The incident reportedly took place in the Lake Victoria region.
The child, whose age was not revealed, was playing close to the shore in Mbita when suddenly he was grabbed by the hippo. People who were washing clothes nearby watched the child being dragged into the murky water.
A video shared online shows the child submerging in the water as locals cried out and pelted rocks at the animal in an attempt to save him. By the time the animal let go of the young boy he had already died. The body of the boy was later found with serious injuries.
The video was filmed on Sept. 16 but it was shared online recently, according to U.K.’s the Sun.
Kenya Wildlife Service reportedly said that attacks by hippos and crocodiles have increased sharply
The bear attacked the trainer after he allegedly stopped the animal from eating treats
The trainer was not severely injured in the incident as the animal had its teeth
Local authorities were investigating the incident and the circus has been temporarily shut down
An animal trainer was viciously attacked by a black bear during a circus show in Henan province of central China on Friday.
The 440-pound Asian black bear attacked the unidentified man after he allegedly stopped the animal from eating treats.
“A boy threw a sausage [onto the stage]. The bear wanted to eat it, and the tamer wouldn’t allow it because it’s performing,” a witness told Pear News, adding that the bear attacked the trainer after he beat the animal.
Video of the incident showed the bear pinning the trainer to the ground and attacking and biting the man in front of screaming audience. His
The great white shark weighed 3,541 pounds and measured 17 feet 2 inches in length
It was named Nukumi by OCEARCH, a non-profit research organization
She was the largest shark discovered in the Northwest Atlantic under the team’s project called Expedition Nova Scotia
A great white shark weighing 3,541 pounds and stretching 17 feet 2 inches in length was found by researchers in the waters off Nova Scotia, Canada.
Due to its massive size, the female white shark was described as “Queen of the Ocean” by researchers from OCEARCH, a non-profit marine research organization.
“We named her Nukumi, pronounced noo-goo-mee, for the legendary wise old grandmother figure of the Native American Mi’kmaq people,” OCEARCH said in a Facebook post. The post said the Native American Mi’kmaq people have deep roots in Canadian Maritime provinces.
Moving forward, Nukumi will help OCEARCH with its relevant studies on marine species.
The incident in the early hours of Thursday and was caught on camera
On their way to the car, the wife said she needed to lay on the ground as “she could feel the baby’s head crowning”
The mother-daughter duo was expected to be released from hospital later this week
A Brazilian footballer played the role of a midwife and helped his spouse deliver their baby on the pavement outside their apartment block.
Bryan Borges’ wife Myllena’s water broke in the early hours of Thursday. Initially, the contractions were not very strong but the pain slowly increased. Myllena and 24-year-old Borges then rushed to the elevator and reached downstairs. When they were a few feet away from their car, Myllena told her husband she needed to lay on the ground as “she could feel the baby’s head crowning,” Daily Mail reported.
For almost a year, a threat actor has been using zero-day vulnerabilities to install malware on Tenda routers and build a so-called IoT (Internet of Things) botnet.
Named Ttint, this botnet was first detailed in a report published on Friday by Netlab, the network security division of Chinese tech giant Qihoo 360.
But unlike the myriad of IoT botnets of its kind spotted in the past, Netlab researchers said Ttint was different on several levels.
It didn’t just infect devices to perform DDoS attacks, but also implemented 12 different remote access methods to the infected routers, used the routers as proxies to relay traffic, tampered with the router’s firewall and DNS settings, and even gave attackers the ability to execute remote commands on the infected devices.
“Two zero-days, 12 remote access functions for the router, encrypted traffic protocol, and infrastructure […] that that moves around.