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Scientists capture video of a giant squid in Gulf of Mexico

Scientists capture video of a giant squid in Gulf of Mexico

Science
June 21 (UPI) -- Scientists on a NOAA research expedition have once again captured video footage of a giant squid. The elusive cephalopod was filmed by Medusa, the stealth camera system designed to observe deep-sea creatures without disturbing them. Researchers baited the Medusa camera with a glowing jellyfish-like pattern to attract deep-sea predators like the giant squid. The bait worked. In the video footage, the giant squid can be seen swimming toward the camera, its arms and tentacles preparing for attack. The feat marks the second time the Medusa camera has been used to document a giant squid. The elusive species was filmed near Japan in 2013. Big...or maybe we should say "giant" news! A few days ago, we posted about how Journey into Midnight expedition team was hunting for giant ...
Jesse Lingard Snapchat video: talkSPORT host Adrian Durham tells Manchester United fans – ‘don’t pretend Ryan Giggs was an angel’

Jesse Lingard Snapchat video: talkSPORT host Adrian Durham tells Manchester United fans – ‘don’t pretend Ryan Giggs was an angel’

Sports
'HYPOCRITES' Drivetime presenter questions why everyone seems to be so offended by the England international's bad language in a video he posted online Adrian Durham has defended Manchester United star Jesse Lingard over the video he posted on social media that has sparked a frenzy from fans and in the media. And he sent a message to the ‘hypocritical’ Red Devils supporters who have been offended by his behaviour, saying: ‘Don’t pretend Ryan Giggs was an angel’. See what Adrian Durham had to say on the Jesse Lingard video below A number of United supporters have voiced their outrage and disgust with the England international over his foul language in a tasteless video he uploaded to Snapchat this week. In the clip, from a post-season holiday
US claims video shows Iran’s involvement in oil tanker attacks

US claims video shows Iran’s involvement in oil tanker attacks

World
The US says a new video shows Iran trying to hide its involvement in an attack on two oil tankers near the Strait of Hormuz.The video, released by the US military, apparently shows Iran's Revolutionary Guard removing an unexploded limpet mine from one of the tankers which was targeted on Thursday. Limpet mines are magnetic and attach to the hulls of a ship, disabling but not sinking them. Image: A picture from US Central Command shows a possible mine and damage to the Kokuka Courageous US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused Iran of attacking the tankers, and has instructed the US ambassador to the UN to raise the issue before the security council.Her said on Twitter that the attacks were a "threat to international peace and sec...
Facebook lets deepfake Zuckerberg video stay on Instagram

Facebook lets deepfake Zuckerberg video stay on Instagram

Technology
Facebook has said it will not remove a manipulated video of its chief Mark Zuckerberg from Instagram, in which he appears to credit a secretive organisation for his success.The clip is a "deepfake", made by AI software that uses photos of a person to create a video of them in action.Facebook had previously been criticised for not removing a doctored clip of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.The latest decision coincided with the announcement of 500 new jobs in London.The social network has said many of the posts will be involved in building machine-learning based software of its own to automatically detect and remove malicious content posted to its platforms.In addition, they will build tools to help human workers review potentially ...
Watch: BoA returns in ‘Feedback’ video teaser

Watch: BoA returns in ‘Feedback’ video teaser

Entertainment
June 3 (UPI) -- South Korean singer BoA is giving fans a glimpse of her new music video. The 32-year-old K-pop star released a clip Sunday of her video for the new single "Feedback" featuring rapper Nucksal. The video shows BoA singing and dancing in pastel-colored outfits. BoA's agency, SM Entertainment, promoted the video on Twitter. "BoA 'Feedback (Feat. Nucksal)' 2019.06.04. 6PM (KST)," the post reads. "Feedback" and its full-length video are set for release Tuesday. The song is BoA's first new Korean single since "Woman," which was released with her album of the same name in October. BoA, known as the "Queen of K-pop," released her debut studio album, ID; Peace B, in 2000. She is known for the singles "Everlasting," "Hurricane Venus" and "Only One." Let's blo...