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<br> The first snake ever found in amber is a baby from the dinosaur age
  
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<br> Scientists who have analyzed the amber have realized that the snake (which is 10 cm long) was from 100 million years ago, and that the snake was from an island in the Indian Ocean. When the snake got trapped in the sap, the sap hardened as the island drifted north and became a part of Myanmar.
  
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<br> U only 4 cm of the snake survived, so the skull is missing. But the scientist also found a second second piece of amber which also has a piece of skin probably shed by the same species of snake.
  
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<br> Finding a snake fossil is extremely lucky since snake fossils of any kind are really rare. Around the world there are only about 15 fossils found from this period. Also no snakes have ever been found in amber.
  
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<br> So in all there was a rare snake fossil found.
 
 
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Article 1
Animal Migration


All migrations have 5 special characteristics; it is prolong movement, that carry the animal out of their usual habitat; usually being in a straight line but can also be different: before migrating the animal has to prepare in some way; distributes energy unusually.


Migrations happen when the seasons change and the animal needs to go to a different, more warmer location.


When migrating the animals focus should be solely on migration. Food, rest, and mating are for later until they finish migrating.


Each migration will be different for each species.


In all migrating is a complex system that is vital to the animals that that migrates life.


Article 2
A Supermoon will Eclipse the Sun on Friday the 13


Sky-watchers around South Pacific can see this phenomenon that hasn't happen in 44 years.


They will be able to see a partial solar eclipse that will be seen from the southeastern coast of: Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand’s Stewart Island, and the northern coast of Antarctica.


The amount of the sun hidden by the moon will depend on each watcher's location. In Australia, you will be able to see less than half. While watchers in Tasmania, will be able to see 3.5% of the sun blocked out.


Any researchers that happens to be at the Casey or Dumont d'Urville research stations in Antarctica will get the veiw, since about 21% of the sun is covered during the deepest part of the eclipse.


To in conclusion there will be a exiting supermoon solar eclpise in July 13.


Article 3
The first snake ever found in amber is a baby from the dinosaur age


Scientists who have analyzed the amber have realized that the snake (which is 10 cm long) was from 100 million years ago, and that the snake was from an island in the Indian Ocean. When the snake got trapped in the sap, the sap hardened as the island drifted north and became a part of Myanmar.


U only 4 cm of the snake survived, so the skull is missing. But the scientist also found a second second piece of amber which also has a piece of skin probably shed by the same species of snake.


Finding a snake fossil is extremely lucky since snake fossils of any kind are really rare. Around the world there are only about 15 fossils found from this period. Also no snakes have ever been found in amber.


So in all there was a rare snake fossil found.