There are not many 'jellyvores' in the world, or so scientists have long thought. Gelatinous sea animals, like the jellyfish (jellies), have traditionally been regarded as 'dead ends'.. Deccan Herald
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Thousands of people streamed out of buildings in Mexico City on Tuesday after central Mexico was hit by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake.
The US Geological Survey said the quake was centered near the Puebla.. Source: RT News Channel -
More than 200 people have been killed after central Mexico was struck by a 7.1-magnitude earthquake that destroyed dozens of buildings.
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Naomi Natali Martinez was one of at least 360 people who died in the magnitude 7.1 earthquake that struck central Mexico on Sept. 19. (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times) Source: NYDN (New York Daily News) -
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*MEXICO CITY* — Crises bring out the best and worst in us, both in society and government. The earthquake that struck central Mexico on Sept. 19.. Worldcrunch
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The bullet-riddled body of a news photographer was found in central Mexico on Friday, state officials, putting 2017 on track to become the deadliest year yet for journalists in.. Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India
Mexico City authorities have opened 140 separate investigations into possible building construction, design, and permitting irregularities following the collapse of nearly 40 buildings during the 7.1.. CNSNews.com
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican officials say the last body known to be trapped in rubble following a magnitude 7.1 earthquake has been recovered. The body was recovered from a collapsed office building.. Seattle Times
The magnitude 7.1 earthquake that shook central Mexico will certainly damage, but not debilitate, the Mexican economy and might even give it a boost next year as reconstruction efforts get in full.. L.A. Times