This 5,000-Pound Behemoth Is the World’s Heaviest Bony Fish

Bony Fish

This 5,000-Pound Behemoth Is the World’s Heaviest Bony Fish The heaviest bony fish ever caught weighs in at a staggering 5,070 lbs. (2,300 kilograms). Now, scientists know its name. The fish is a Mola alexandrini ocean sunfish, researchers reported Dec. 5 in the journal Ichthyological Research. Originally, the fish, which was caught in 1996, was misidentified as a Mola mola, a better-known species of sunfish. But recent research has upended the whole Mola genus and led to the reidentification of some species. M. alexandrini is recognizable by its prominent head shape, lending it the common name the “bump-headed…

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6 Belief Types Used in the World’s Religions

6 Belief Types Used in the World's ReligionsCollage of religious images (based on existing wiki files) - a larger, higher resolution version of File:Religious collage.jpg

6 Belief Types Used in the World’s Religions There are many religions and spiritual movements in the world. The majority can be grouped into one of six categories based on their fundamental beliefs. This is not to say that they each believe the same thing, but that their belief structure may be similar. From the single god of monotheism religions to the ‘no god’ of atheistic beliefs, in order to understand spiritual beliefs, it’s important to understand how they compare to one another. Examining these six types of belief is…

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Islam Is World’s Largest Religion by 2070 – Pew Research

Islam Is World’s Largest Religion by 2070 – Pew Research

Islam Is World’s Largest Religion by 2070 – Pew Research A research claim that Islam will become the world’s largest religion by 2070. The Pew research stated that with the recent data and statistics, Islam could take a huge chunk of the religion around the globe. Pew research claims that Islam* will be the world’s largest religion by 2070 The religion is growing faster than the world’s population. There is an expectation that it will grow by more than 73 percent from 2010 to 2050. The research compared it to…

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