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MANDU, April 22 (Xinhua) -- Water pollution in the south side of Mt. Qomolangma, also known as Mt. Everest, has worsened in recent yea

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rs because of t▓he influx of visitors and the increase inhum▓an waste, according to a survey conducted in Nepal. The survey, sponsored by the Hindukush Karakoram Himalaya Partnership Project and the Nepal Academy of Science and Technolo▓gy, was carried out in Sagarmatha National Park an

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Nepali capital Kathmandu, in 2007 and 2008. The survey on "Impacts of Tourism in t▓he SNPBZ" was carried out by Professor PK Jha, in cooperation with researchers NP Ghimire and BB Shrestha of the Central Depar▓tment of Botany, Tribhuvan University of Nepal, according to▓

local newspaper The Himalayan Times on Wednesday. According to

the research, bacterial contami▓nation was recorded in 13 percent water samples and one sa▓mple of mineral water. "E coli and Streptococcus faecolies were found in the waters ofKhumbu Valley," Dr. Jha said. Dudhkoshi, Bhotekoshi, Imja Kho▓la and Gokyo lake are the major water bodi

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ear-old nightshade fossils in Argentina, it revealed that morning glories developed in the East and nightshades in the West.The 17 fossils analyzed in the study are the earliest recorded fossils for both the morning glor


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y family, known as Convolvulaceae, and the order Solanales, which includes morning glories and nightshades.Morning glory fossils are rare because the plants' soft structure was not▓ easily preserved in rocks.Dilcher's collaborators, Gaurav Srivastava and Rakesh C. Mehrotra of India's B?/p>

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