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Seagulls nest in a Dorset police car. Transport leaves the service so as not to disturb the birds – Current Events

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A couple of gulls have decided to build their nest on the roof of a Dorset police car, decommissioning it because they are a protected species and should not be disturbed. The keeper.

So, the Dorset police have to wait until nature takes its toll, due to a 1981 law (the Wildlife and Countryside Act) that protects these birds.

“We are now contacting Natural England to explore the options available to us in these unusual circumstances. As this is a reserve vehicle, it is sufficient to meet our operational needs and this will not affect our daily operations. However, we are interested in to get the vehicle running as quickly as possible,” a police spokesman said.

A source at the RSPB animal protection agency explained what the protection of birds on the site leads to.

“Birds are most vulnerable when they are nesting. Any disturbance can kill or injure wild birds and their chicks – or cause parent birds to leave their nest, eggs and chicks,” they explained further.

Therefore, “nests may not be moved or destroyed while they are under construction or still in use, except under certain exceptions to allow certain birds to be controlled for certain reasons under license.”

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Russia enters the war economy, the “irony” around the new 100-ruble bill and the broth that goes around

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SIC observers José Milhazes and Nuno Rogueiro analyze the situation in Lysichansk, the new labor law that will be introduced in Russia, aimed at private companies, the declaration of the former NATO Secretary General, the “irony” around the 100-ruble bill and the Ukrainian soup that goes around in circles.

SIC commentator José Milhazes reports that Russia will move forward with a labor law that “shows the country is preparing for a protracted conflict.” Moscow wants to oblige private companies to carry out government orders of interest to the Armed Forces and special services.

José Milhazes believes that this law proves that Russia does not seem to have enough funds to continue the war in Ukraine. Thus, it enters the war economy, private companies were prevented from fulfilling these orders.

On the other hand, commentator Nuno Rogueiro puts forward a statement by former NATO Secretary General Anders Rasmussen: “If NATO had defended Ukraine from the very beginning, even politically, the Kremlin would have thought twice.”

Russia launches new banknote of 100 rubles, with the image of a Soviet soldier. However, notes did not enter circulation, because 100% of boxes in Russia are imported.

BUT Ukrainian borscht, Borscht, has been consecrated by UNESCO as an intangible heritage, which deserved immediate condemnation from Moscow. A spokeswoman for Russian diplomacy said the soup was cooked by Russians in Kyiv in the 15th and 16th centuries.

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Scientists from the Instituto Dom Luiz and IPMA uncover the phenomenon that caused the global spread of the tsunami in Tonga.

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The atmospheric acoustic gravity wave caused by the massive explosion of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano in the South Pacific on January 15 was the source of a global tsunami. The conclusion was made by a team of researchers from the Dom Luis Institute, the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the University of Lisbon and the Portuguese Institute of the Sea and Atmosphere (IPMA).

Using a combination of sea level data, atmospheric and satellite images from various parts of the globe, to which they applied numerical and analytical models, the scientists demonstrated that “the tsunami was caused by a constantly moving source in which acoustic gravity waves were emitted. eruptions excite the ocean and transfer energy to it through resonance, ”says a study published in the journal Nature under the title “Global tsunami in Tonga attributed to fast moving atmospheric source”.

The coincidence between the tsunami and the time of arrival of these acoustic-gravity waves confirms, according to the researchers, the existence of a direct connection between these two phenomena. “The massive volcanic explosion created noticeable atmospheric waves and an exceptionally fast global tsunami,” comments lead author Rashid Omira, researcher at Instituto Dom Luiz and IPMA.

The geophysicist cites as an example the fact that the tsunami hit the coast of Portugal, on the opposite side of the planet (more than 17 thousand kilometers), “ten hours earlier than expected”, crossing the oceans and causing sea waves of amazing sizes. , has remote areas.

“This was the first time that a tsunami caused by a volcanic eruption was recorded on a global scale with modern and dense equipment around the world, which provided a unique opportunity to study the processes of interaction between air and water during its occurrence and propagation,” says Omira.

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Volcanic eruptions usually cause tsunamis but are now less likely to have transoceanic effects. In Portugal, according to IPMA information released at the time, “sea level changes” were observed in the Azores, Madeira and the mainland. In Ponta Delgada, the water level rose by 40 cm, in Peniche by 39 cm, and in Funchal by 20 cm.

“This tsunami spread across different oceans, including the Atlantic, while sea level fluctuations were observed at almost all mareographic stations operating on the Portuguese coast, fluctuations with an amplitude of less than half a meter,” IPMA then said.

The eruption of an underwater volcano a few kilometers from Tonga raised a cloud of ash and gases into the sky, reaching a height of 20 kilometers. Tsunami waves damaged New Zealand, Chile, Peru and the United States.

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The Ukrainian army accused the Russians of shelling the Snake Island with phosphorus bombs

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“At around 18:00, the Russian armed forces carried out two airstrikes with phosphorus bombs on Snake Island,” Ukrainian commander Valery Zaluzhny wrote on Telegram, accusing Moscow of “disrespecting its own statements.”

The day before, the Russian army announced that it had left the symbolic territory “as a sign of good will”, having “completed” the “set tasks”.

“The only thing this opponent is consistent about is his constant accuracy in attack,” added Zaluzhny.

The officer accompanied his message with video footage showing the plane flying over Zmeiny Island and dropping at least two bombs that hit the target, leaving clear white trails in the sky, a hallmark of phosphorus bombs.

Phosphorus weapons are incendiary weapons prohibited for use against civilians but not against military targets under the 1980 Geneva Convention.

Kyiv has repeatedly accused Moscow of using these weapons since the end of February, including against civilians, which the Russian army categorically rejects.

On Thursday, the Ukrainian army congratulated itself for forcing the Russians, “unable to resist” artillery, to leave Snake Island, located in the northwestern Black Sea.

On February 24, Russia launched a “special military operation” in Ukraine that was condemned by the international community as a whole.

Most Western countries responded by sending weapons to Ukraine and tightening economic and political sanctions against Moscow.

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