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This unusual species of fish has domesticated shrimp. He lives in coral reefs

We domesticated dogs, sheep, chickens, and even such elusive creatures as bees and parrots, while also forcing wild vegetation such as wheat and corn to grow where we feel comfortable. So we are undoubtedly specialists in domestication, but it looks like we may have competition because we just came across a fish that does the same with shrimp to work on its \"farm\". This is a species of Stegastes diencaeus that spends most of its days exploring the coral reefs of Central America's Belize coast and feeding on its own algae farms. The fish are very proud of them and chase away all creatures that come too close, except the Mysidium integrum shrimp, which are tasked with fertilizing the crop.

The Chinese government dipped its fingers in the mysterious Arecibo radio telescope crash?

The most powerful radio telescope in the world, called FAST, was put into use in 2016. Since then, it has attracted little attention from astronomers. They preferred to run their projects at the Puerto Rican Arecibo Observatory. First, the projects were cheaper and the facility was closer to the United States.

Sophia has spoken to humanity. An intelligent robot has something important to share

This time, the robot prepared a speech to humanity on the occasion of the International Day of Tolerance. Nobody else in the world, like Sophia, who is a robot, knows best how intolerant people are to each other, especially the humanoids who will one day be our friends.

See the unusual Festo robo-zoo that mimics its live counterparts

The company has already gathered quite a large group of robotic animals, which it proudly presents on the occasion of various exhibitions of the most modern electronics and robotics. The new work of engineers are robotic cuttlefish, robotic spiders, robotic bats, robotic butterflies, robotic jellyfish and robotic arm. In the video below you can see how beautiful these devices look in action, during flight or swimming.

500 million phone numbers of Facebook users for sale online

According to Motherboard, the activity was discovered by a cybersecurity scientist, Alon Gal, who claims that the person selling phone numbers has as many as 533 million of them, and they come from a Facebook vulnerability patched in 2019. You can find many similar databases on the web, but many of them require a lot of skill to extract interesting information, and there is also contact with people interested in buying such data. And here comes the aforementioned bot, which significantly facilitates the criminal procedure - first, it is responsible for connecting the phone number to the account on FB, so it is possible to search for one of these elements having the other.

Can the substitute taste like cow's milk? Yes, with the help of yeast

Many people would like to switch to some alternative to milk for various reasons, including health reasons, but the taste of the substitutes turns out to be an obstacle. Because although we can choose from many variants of "plant milk", most of them have some disadvantages, and certainly does not resemble the taste or consistency of classic cow's milk. This problem was solved by an Israeli startup called Imagindairy, co-founded by professor Tamir Tuller from Tel Aviv University, by betting on biologically modified yeast cells for the production of milk and cheese products.

Here is an amazing image of the Apollo landing site on the moon taken from the Earth

NASA has just praised its new acquisition. It is a powerful radar surveillance system designed and built by engineers from Raytheon Intelligence