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Who would have known that these last couple of months everyone would be talking about mermaids and mermaid skeletons?

We first covered mermaids when the Animal Planet released their special, “Mermaids The Body Found.” We covered the story here at our article title, “Animal Planet Mermaids Show Bodies Found That Create Nightmares [pictures & videos].”

The Animal Planet wasn’t the last of the mermaid bodies being found as a new one has surfaced. A man calling himself Professor Dimitrov has released pictures of a skeleton of a woman that is quite apparently a mermaid. The skeleton is very tall and has a fish tail like appearance starting at the hips and goes all the way down into a bony fin.

Some of the websites we found out about this from had to be translated from Bulgarian so it’s not perfect English. This excerpt is from Society.actualno.com and reads, “Ancient skeleton of a mermaid before the Flood 8 millenniums ago was found near Sozopol Beach by Professor Dimitrov. This “news” blew prostarnstvoto Internet. Zevzecite comment that vampires after Dimitrov’s time to start dealing with mermaids , writes Novinar.”

So where did the picture of this female fish or Bulgarian mermaid start? It is said that a journalist shared the photo on his Facebook wall and it went viral after that. The journalist’s name is Petar Genchev. While the story sounds good, we tried to back up the claims and find the specific journalist and his Facebook wall. To no avail we haven’t found the specific post. What we did find was some other information that you’ll see below.

Looking a little deeper, we found out about a website called Worth 1000. It seems this photo might have been from a Photoshop contest and further altered and then spread with a story. What do you think? Is this the real thing or is this another file for Snopes? It just may be that the Animal Planet has spurred a fascination of fooling the public into believing there really are mermaids.

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  1. Sixty

    August 13, 2014 at 12:17 am

    The oceans will remain to be a mystery, maybe mermaids are there or not, just like MH370, we know it exist but we can’t find it, maybe if we find the plane, we can also find the mermaids! just saying

  2. JAsmine

    May 9, 2014 at 10:43 am

    This aint realllll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Yemil

    April 11, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    Was this found near an ancient fish and chip shop ? If so, are there any signs of discarded chips or vinegar bottles ? Maybe the date that this mermaid was eaten,if that is indeed possible, could be determined from any old newspaper remains.

  4. JORDI

    February 2, 2014 at 4:33 pm

    lamentablemente he de decirles que se trata de un photo montaje, creanme, yo me dedico a ello, ademas, si realmente fuera una sirena, el craneo es totalmente erroneo, segun la leyenda los huesos de la cabeza tenian una forma determinada para poder nadar o desplazarse en el agua, mas o menos con una cierta cresta que hacia que el agua se desplazara a los lados de la cabeza.

  5. Del

    January 27, 2014 at 10:37 am

    It all seems a bit fishy to me

  6. Tina

    January 22, 2014 at 11:26 pm

    The ‘Half People’ of ancient times are varied and many. Bird-people both angels and Harpies, Fish-people, Equine-people, Bovine people both Minotaur and (I can’t recall the name) like the Centaurs. Not mention the mixed creatures like the Manticor, Chimera, Basalisk and others. Who can truly say what once existed. I keep an open mind.

  7. Tina

    January 22, 2014 at 11:19 pm

    There is more of heaven and earth than can be (dreamt of) explained by your philosophy.

  8. bubba

    December 26, 2013 at 10:02 pm

    its obviously the top of a human and the fin of a dolphin

  9. sarah

    December 18, 2013 at 11:07 pm

    i believe in mermaids coz i

  10. awaz

    December 17, 2013 at 11:14 am

    the picture is fake there are no such thibgs like murmaid.
    if murmaids exist how could they hide themself for that much time.and this a fake someone is trying to make a fool of you.

  11. Billy bob

    December 11, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    Listen you are all arguing over a picture believe what you want to believe… I’m 14 years old and I have more common sense to take the picture and split it into two on a photo shop windows service, this is photo shopped but like many have said more than half of the sea is un discovered… Mermaids may exist they may not, there are millions of species that have yet to be discovered on land let alone the depths of the sea!!

    • Billy bob

      December 11, 2013 at 1:35 pm

      Listen you are all arguing over a picture believe what you want to believe… I’m 14 years old and I have more common sense to take the picture and split it into two on a photo shop windows service, this is photo shopped but like many have said more than half of the sea is un discovered… Mermaids may exist they may not, there are millions of species that have yet to be discovered on land let alone the depths of the sea!! In addition the man is warm the wrong types of clothing to discover this… Have to give it to him though it’s cleaver how he has done it

  12. Jillynn

    November 22, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    dude the skull aint even right thats a human skull. people are so weird. they need to get a life. get a real job

  13. Natasia Faust

    November 14, 2013 at 3:51 pm

    I beileve mermaids are real because exactly 1.5 million of the ocean sea water across the globe has not been fully discovered:) im justttt sayinnngggg

    • hi

      November 17, 2013 at 9:29 am

      uhhh you can see in the tags it says: Bulgarian mermaid, FAKE MERMAID PICTURE, mermaids in Bulgaria, worth 1000 mermaid

  14. Tony

    September 30, 2013 at 11:22 am

    Just because this picture is fake absolutely does not mean that mermaids are not real, nor do they exist. This is very possible, but just like in the video, he said that more of the moon as been explored then most of the ocean. I believe that these are real and i believe that Burnams exhibit of the mermaid in the glass case is very real. Let the believers think what they want and what they know, and for the skeptics, theres more evidence that they do exist..then they dont.

  15. yant

    September 9, 2013 at 3:00 am

    the picture is photoshopped but mermaid existence is not impossible… Doesn’t mean you cannot see the things is not exist…

  16. patient polymath

    June 3, 2013 at 8:09 am

    well, as someone else pointed out, the bones are perfectly arranged, which is a big tip-off….secondly, where evolution is concerned, this sample has a pelvis bone structured for walking, not an aquatic lifestyle. In fact in an aquatic lifestyle, the pelvis bones would be eventually lost, or especially minimized, because there would be genuine need for it compared to bipeds and quadrupeds on land: it would weigh the body down, and ultimately slow the body down for any number of underwater activities. Over time, these bones and leg bones would progressively diminish in size, while muscle activities would take greater need, and therefore In fact the bones in the legs would become useless, compared to the need for a only land-based animals have. In summation, this particular instance is a one of the worst hoaxes I have seen for mermaid, and the photopshop of the picture is poorly done anyway….

    • 1Greensix

      June 30, 2013 at 6:06 pm

      Walking hips. That’s your point. It was theirs, also. You must not have seen the part of the video that was an autopsy of the creature taken from a great white shark’s body. IT had hips that had once been used for walking on land, so it must have evolved from a land animal. And when the DNA sample was sent out for testing the lab said it was human DNA that had been contaminated with other DNA. The two cameras in the submersible at 3000 feet beneath the North Sea is pretty darn convincing also. As is the picture of the exact same creature taken in 1865 of a PT Barnum exhibit (not to be confused with the Fiji Mermaid fake of 1845) and was found in the National Archives. Mermaids are real. Get used to it.

    • 1Greensix

      June 30, 2013 at 6:07 pm

      At to my previous post. That by no means makes the picture above real. IT could be a fake.

    • hi

      November 17, 2013 at 9:18 am

      geez no need for a know it all……

    • hi

      November 17, 2013 at 9:20 am

      THANK YOU SOMEONE BELIEVES IN MERMAIDS

  17. Marie

    May 30, 2013 at 12:47 am

    The bones are too arranged. Bones of the dead are usually not that attached. Too clean.

  18. nami

    May 23, 2013 at 10:26 am

    ok yes the man in the photo is most definitely photoshopped but the picture of the skeleton isn’t and the bone structure is the way it is because it was incased under dirt for years on end so the skeleton isn’t going to be perfect also the joints would b more similar to that of a marine mammal then a human because they have evolved to be able to live in the water so yeah 🙂

  19. Ashley

    July 23, 2012 at 4:34 pm

    Is there any serious question as to whether or not this is photoshoped? The shading of the ‘tail bones’ is abysmal, the pelvis has clearly been brushed over, and look at the HIPS! LOOK AT THEM!! there are pelvic inlets for femur bones…and HIP JOINTS, badly erased or complely forgotten about and left in the picture. The tail phlanges are all kinds of anatomically f*cked up, between being plates and spines and god knows what else.
    Oh, yeah, and the angle…that old fart is apparently Spiderman. this is just bad photoshoping all around, and anyone with even an inkling of artistic knowledge can see that.

  20. tjones

    July 22, 2012 at 1:02 pm

    I believe that this image is photoshopped, as well. Two other websites have published an article about this same story, and both of them make very good points of why it would be photoshopped. The first one, ~~(http://tomverenna.wordpress.com/2012/06/25/searching-for-muses-mermaid-skeleton-found/)~~ says that the man in the picture is standing on a verticle wall!!!! Talented man…..

    The second one ~~(http://www.snopes.com/photos/supernatural/mermaidskeleton.asp)~~ shows a skeleton that was found, that shows a strikingly similar, actually identical, torso and skull.

    However, I believe that mermaids do exist somewhere in the ocean. I think this because Animal Planet showed a documentary titled “Mermaids: The Body Found” This shows very irrefutable evidence that mermaids exist. For you skeptics out there, remember that the moon has been explored more than the deep oceans. And an estimated of only ten percent of the oceans creatures have been discovered.

  21. Faber

    July 18, 2012 at 8:54 am

    PHOTOSHOPPED???? YOU DON”T TELL ME!!!!
    All your irony-shields are up and maxed up, uh??
    Didn’t anyone of you googletranslate the Bulgarian website and noticed it’s a SATIRE website??
    I bet you all can count to potato

  22. HaleyHay

    July 17, 2012 at 10:36 pm

    In case you haven’t already noticed, there is a blur line to our right of the man in the picture where the photographs were cloned together. A picture with that quality wouldn’t have just a few blurry spots with adequate light exposure and a high resolution. Also, has anyone else noticed how the man is standing up, but it’s like he’s next to a cliff or plateau where the “body” was found? It’s like the body is standing up behind the man where it was found. Wouldn’t he stand OVER the body, like it had been dug up from flood from many milleniums ago, not next to it? The body would be sliding down if that much of it was uncovered, especially since there are basically no joints in the skeleton right now.

  23. Denise

    July 17, 2012 at 12:06 pm

    I don’t know what I think because the truth of the matter is that whether all of this “evidence” is real or not, it is true that scientists are searching for more in this world. They can only guess about .. Well everything. No one on this earth can be sure of anything until the day they die. So I say sto being a buzz kill skeptic and believe in something that may seem crazy.. It’s good for the soul!

  24. Damon

    July 16, 2012 at 10:41 am

    Yeah, I agree some people should learn how to speak correctly before they post anything on the internet. About the photo, obviously like previously posted there is a pelvis?!? Doesn’t make sense. Also, we ‘Just discovered’ something that is less than a foot under ground? Not likely. Photoshop, the sand is different color from the top to bottom. And don’t knock the Secret Italian Super-cat! 😉 It’s real!

  25. unbiased

    July 14, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    if the thing wasn’t fake why would it have a human pelvis(with sockets for the femurs)

  26. Mihaela

    July 10, 2012 at 12:37 pm

    Anything can be true even that mermaids are myths but someone made up this myth and who knows,it might be true or not maybe that person made it up ’cause they knew it was true or not,but people don’t really belive in mermaids,so I guess if you don’t see it with your own eyes you’ll never know if it’s true because that skeleton on the picture might just be a piece of art work.

  27. lish

    July 3, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    Have any of you people herd the saying “a closed mind is a trap”? , Do you have any idea how many different new species that are found in the ocean every year? I believe that this picture is photo-shopped… however, to those of you that dismiss the mermaids saying it is impossible for what ever reason should think again. Since we have obviously never found a legitimate corpse we can not know the exact anatomy of a creature like that. And if it lives in the ocean than it would not have the same kind of skin as us, it may look similar, that does not mean it is the same… the Myths came from somewhere. So there has to be some truth to them.

    • nadine

      July 8, 2012 at 2:13 pm

      i totally agree with you and love the way u think this pictures is indeed from a contest on worth 1000 i have an account there and i have seen it. but that does not mean we shouldn’t keep an open mind to the fact that other species live under the sea. this is the same as when people first started imagining landing on the moon everyone said it was impossible and couldn’t happen yet year later it did. and now everyone is saying its impossible for fish with a similar structure to the human skeleton to exist and it could be very true.

  28. Petr Jandacek

    June 28, 2012 at 4:25 pm

    Too perfect to be true – Ergo Conspicuous Fraud…… That being said, consider this Litany of features which Humans share with aquatic mammals and which they do NOT share with other Apes: Like Dolphins & Whales nearly hairless skin; Hair on scalp to protect waders from UV Rays; Extra subcutaneous fat layer; Large Whale-Size brains; Downward pointing nostrils capture air-bubbles; ventrally facing genitalia & ventral to ventral copulation prefered; proclivity towards swimming, Proclivity to hunt & fish to obtain proteins; Use of seashells to make sharp tools (Before Stone-Age); Human foot = very good flipper, apes’ – not so much; Web between 2nd & 3rd toe – NOT between Big Toe & 2nd Toe; Wading (with buoyancy) could be portend of upward walking; More streamlined physique than Gorilla,Chimp,Bonobo, & Orang. For better arguments see DESMOND MORRIS book THE NAKED APE. Also see more such interesting stuff – as you Google Petr Jandacek

  29. shaniqua

    June 27, 2012 at 11:58 am

    ok, first things first yall! there aint no such thang as mermaids! human skin aint made to live in no water, think of how are skin wrinkles when we in da tub too long. and no mammal can live in water less they covered in fat. and mammals that do live in water have lil to no hair, they bald. so best believe that would be one ugly, wrinkled,fat,bald mermaid or it aint true to begin with. so get this phony fuggin mermaid crap up out my face! holla boo!

    • julie

      June 27, 2012 at 8:44 pm

      learn how to talk correclty you’re a disgrace to the human race

    • dave

      June 29, 2012 at 6:38 am

      Mammals that live in water do have hair. Sea Otters have like a million hairs per square inch. Still, there are no mermaids..

    • Sarah

      July 3, 2012 at 8:29 pm

      @julie shut up! She’s not a disgrace. Just because she can’t talk like you doesnt mean anything you ignorant disgrace to the human race

    • peter

      July 10, 2012 at 2:36 pm

      Anyone who talks like that should be banned from posting on the internet.

    • chris

      July 14, 2012 at 3:38 pm

      i can tell you are a very dumb black woman

    • Abby

      July 17, 2012 at 12:08 pm

      Lol chris

  30. Daniel

    June 27, 2012 at 4:27 am

    http://www.worth1000.com/entries/685114/mermaid-skeleton-found

    Here’s the picture without the dude.
    Clearly photoshopped.

  31. Zachary M

    June 26, 2012 at 9:52 pm

    there were no skulls found 8000 years ago that look as modern as that skull. we were still neanderthals back then.

    • Jen

      July 8, 2012 at 2:50 pm

      We couldn’t be neanderthals because that species is extinct, during that time, there was two different species competing for the same resources, but the neanderthals was lacking in survival plus they ate their own children because food was scarce so eventually they died out.

  32. abc02

    June 26, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    Seems about as legit as that Secret Italian Supercat.

  33. Valery

    June 26, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    You can clearly see that it’s photoshopped. As they mentioned, you can see the guy’s outline to be cropped from somewhere. His picture is from the front view, clearly, while the supposed “mermaid” is from a more birds-eye-view. And, come on now, seriously, would he be wearing THAT when discovering THAT?? I would expect him to have a brush in his hand or even some other white coat. As for the skeleton, well let’s start off with the tail, it seems to be less dusted off than the torso, and the skull is perfectly cleaned off and has no dirt, and the ribs seem to be crumbling and if they were they would have some dirt on them, wouldn’t they? Plus, the bottom half doesn’t even have the same color tone as they do in the upper half like in the arms. But still, it would be great if it was real but a shame that now with things like photoshop we can’t tell if things are real or not…

  34. Eleanor

    June 26, 2012 at 9:28 am

    Yes I also do agree, that I think that it was photo shopped, Cause that guy was not there!

  35. Mario Angelov

    June 26, 2012 at 5:09 am

    You can clearly see this has been photoshopped, the guy standing next to the alleged mermaid obviously wasn’t there in the original picture.
    You can tell that by the bad cutting job the Photoshop guy did.

    • Cha

      June 26, 2012 at 10:11 am

      Yeah, I agree with you. He’s standing on a dirt ledge with the remains going up the hill. If you look to the right of the picture, there’s no dirt ledge there. “Photoshopped!”

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Warming Oceans Threaten Global Fisheries, Study Reveals

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Our fisheries are facing the consequences of global warming through warming oceans

People have depended on fish and other seafood for sustenance since the prehistoric people learned how to fish. Early civilizations are built in river banks and coastal regions because fishing is much sustainable the hunting. However, as society progress, the more than fishes and other marine animals become at risk. Thanks to climate change.

This reality was revealed by the extensive analysis of recent trends in marine biodiversity. The increasing temperatures in seas have reduced the productivity of some fisheries by 15% to 35% over the last eight decades, although there are fish species that are thriving in warm waters.

According to the study, the net effect is that the world’s oceans cannot produce as much sustainable seafood as before. It also warns that the situation is likely to worsen as the problem is quickly accelerating in the oceans.

However, the study also suggests that well-managed fisheries are thriving and have become more resilient to the rising water temperature, says Rainer Froese, a marine ecologist with the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel, Germany, who was not involved in the work. “We have to stop overfishing to let the gene pool survive, so that [the fish] can adapt to climate change,” he says. “We have to give them a break.”

As cold-blooded animals, fish mirror the temperature of the water they swim in. When the water gets too warm, the enzymes they use for digestion and other functions are less efficient, impairing growth and reproduction. Also, warm water contains less oxygen, a further stressor.

Despite these well-known problems, only a few scientists have looked into the impact of climate change on the world’s oceans in terms of fishery production.
Chris Free, a fisheries scientist, dove into the topic for his dissertation at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He created a computer model of the way fish populations respond to temperature, relying on a large database of scientific assessments of stocks that represent roughly a third of the fish caught around the world. Free, now a postdoc at the University of California, Santa Barbara, looked for patterns of how these stocks had responded to changes in sea surface temperature.

“Managing a stock of fish, in simple terms, is like withdrawing cash from a bank account that earns interest. Each year, a certain amount can be caught by fishing boats without depleting the stock—that portion is known as the maximum sustainable yield. A more productive fishery—where the water temperature is optimal and food plentiful, for example—is like a bank account with a higher interest rate, which means more fish can be sustainably caught.” said Erik Stokstad in an article published in ScienceMag.

The study of Free and his colleagues revealed that: “Out of 235 stocks, Free and his colleagues found a few winners. Nine stocks had become on average 4% more productive. These stocks are in places where rising temperatures have made too-cold water more suitable for fish, such as far north and south of the equator. Off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada, for example, the maximum sustainable yield has increased by 14% since 1930. And fishing there could get even better. According to the new research, the productivity of Greenland halibut will increase 51% with each degree Celsius of warming. That’s like getting a big, fat boost to the interest rate on your saving account.”

“This local good news is outweighed by 19 stocks elsewhere that are on average 8% less productive than before. Many of these are around northern Europe and Japan, and they will likely continue to decline as their environment continues to heat up. Boats chasing Atlantic cod in the Irish Sea face a particularly grim future: The maximum sustainable yield of this stock will shrink by 54% for each additional degree of warming, the team reports today in Science.”

According to Free, the overall decline will most likely to steepen. Since 1930, average sea surface temperatures have risen by about 0.5°C. By the end of this century, more than three times that amount of warming will likely happen, and marine heat waves will become more frequent. Although temperatures will become more favorable to fish in higher latitude waters, “those benefits can’t last forever,” Free says. “There probably is a tipping point.”

Fishes, however, are not the only animals that are being threatened by climate change. Scientists have also said that because of a killer fungi, frogs are starting to become extinct. The rapid increase in rainforest temperature even more empowered the killer fungi. Insects are also in fast decline due to climate change. This serves as a scary reminder of the future we reap if we continue our path to unsustainable tomorrow.

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11-Meter-Long Dead Whale Found In Brazilian Jungle

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11-Meter-Long Dead Whale Found In Brazilian Jungle

On February 22, an 11-meter-long and 6-meters wide humpback whale was found dead in the middle of the undergrowth of the forest of Pará, a Brazilian municipality located on the island of Marajó, at the mouth of the Amazon River.

Yes, a whale was found in the jungle, away from its natural habitat.

The discovery of the dead whale caused the Municipal Secretariat of Health, Sanitation, and Environment to launch an investigation to determine why the marine animal was found in an ecosystem away from its own and in the winter season.

The colossal animal reportedly had no visible wounds and biologists Bicho D’agua, a marine protection NGO, said that an autopsy is required to determine the cause of death.

Humpback whales are fed seasonally; it is possible that not finding food will migrate to the beach and swallowing large amounts of water will suffocate with plastics , being later his body pushed by the waves of the sea into the jungle.

“We only found the whale because of the presence of scavenging birds of prey,” said Dirlene Silva from the Department of Health, Sanitation, and Environment.

‘The vultures were spotted circling above the carcass which was found hidden in the bush some distance from the sea.’ 

A team of ten biologists struggled to reach the body of the whale at the first attempt and were only able to reach it at the second try.

Biologists from the Bicho D’agua Institute have been called in to collect forensic samples to determine the cause of death. 

The gigantic animal was believed to be already dead when it was carried by the waves to the jungle.

‘Along with this astonishing feat, we are baffled as to what a humpback whale is doing on the north coast of Brazil during February because this is a very unusual occurrence.’ the team announced.

According to the expert, humpback whales are typically seen in Bahia on the northeast coast between August to November. 

‘We are collecting as much information as we can get and identifying marks and wounds on its body to see if it was caught in a net or hit by a boat.’

For now, there are no plans to remove the hulk due to the size, weight, and location. Instead, researchers intend to bury much of carcass, and the skeleton will be sent to the Goeldi Natural History Museum in Belem for future studies. /apr

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Notice Of Extinction: Frogs May Be Next

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Notice Of Extinction: Frogs May Be Next

The team that discovered the case of the ‘amphibian plague’ that has devastated amphibian populations, especially that of frogs and toads, are worried that the worst is yet to come.

They have discovered that a killer fungus known as Bd has triggered a mass amphibian extinction that has spread across every continent and been described as among the worst infectious diseases ever recorded.

Rainforests around the world are left in deafening silence as the plague has successfully eliminated entire populations of local frogs in mere months, a scientist describes.

Since 1970, at least 200 frog species are thought to have been driven to extinction, with particularly heavy losses in B-infested Rainforests of Latin America.

East Asia is thought to have been the source of the disease as it was identified by researchers who traced and determined the condition.

Local conservation advocates have since worked tirelessly to quarantine the fragmented populations that remain.

AMPHIBIAN TRADE MAY CREATE HYBRIB BD

However, the international trade of amphibians has continuously posed a threat to the biodiversity of frogs and has worried the scientist for what the future may bring.

According to scientists, as the trade of amphibious continue, different strains of the fungi are transferred from one local area to another – mixing them together may create a hybrid that can be more powerful and difficult to control.

“If we keep hauling amphibians back and forth, you don’t know what the outcome is going to be, you might get something that’s more pathogenic [capable of causing disease],” said Dr. Joyce Longcore, the scientist who first identified the unusual aquatic fungus known as Bd.

“Unless you stop international travel and international trade, things like this are going to continue, and you can make your rules stronger for trade but if you have any volume at all something is going to get through.” /apr

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Can We End Payday Loans?

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Jumping From 4G To 5G: Here’s What 5G Can Do For You

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Manufacturing Firms are Investing More on Technology

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