- Welcome to my blog. My name is William Saleu (aka. Wilz Kongo) and I am from Papua New Guinea. I am currently doing research at the Marine Conservation Molecular Facility of the Duke University Marine Lab alongside Kevin Zelino who blogs at Deep Sea News and Andrew Thaler, main author of Southern Fried Science.
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Allan Bird, a name synonymous to the East Sepik Provincial seat, much like counterpart Grand Chief Sir Michael Somare is to PNG politics and the only person who actually gives the Grand Chief a run for his money during election time has come out about his views on corruption in PNG. This painfully brutal interview, actually accounts for corruption in PNG and how our leaders keep letting us down.
So true is Allan Bird’s final remarks that
“these people aren’t here because we’re such a great country to do business in, they’re here because this is a country where you can actually get away with a lot.”
A HeviLift operate Bell 206 long-rang helicopter went off radar yesterday afternoon at around 3:30pm local time. On board were two Australians and a New Zealander, all employees of Hevilift. As of 4:06pm today (Saturday 07/07/2012), search and rescue are still continuing.
So yes, nature does have many ways of showing your love and of course making sure your genes are successfully passed on to ensure the survival of your kind. Having said this, a new fish species found in the Mekong river in Vietnam has its gonads on its head!
Imagine making out with your head. Well, this is not the only fish to be doing this, but is part of a larger group called the Antherinomorpha, which includes many other species with modified fins that transfer fins.
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