M 5.5 in Indonesia on 08 Feb 2020 06:36 UTC

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Australian wranglers travel to Indonesia to save crocodile that has a tyre stuck around its neck

Wed, 12 Feb 2020 05:03:00 +0100dailymail (en)

'Now it is all systems go,' he told Today. 'Fingers crossed that there might be a crocodile with a tyre in its neck in the trap when the sun comes up this morning.' Mr Wright said the crocodile is different to catching the reptiles in Australia because he's 'not that hungry'.

Indonesia: Indonesia - Earthquake (GDACS, USGS, BNPB, BMKG, media) (ECHO Daily Flash of 10 February 2020)

Mon, 10 Feb 2020 13:28:00 +0100reliefWeb (en)

An earthquake of 5.5 M at a depth of 10 km struck off the northern coast of Maluku Island on 8 February at 6.36 UTC (15.36 local time). The epicentre was offshore, approximately 6 km off the north-eastern coast of Central Maluku Regency. According to Indonesia ’s Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), no tsunami warning was issued.

El "27F" desde la ciencia: Los efectos geológicos, biológicos y oceanográficos del megaterremoto que sacudió la zona central

Mon, 10 Feb 2020 10:39:00 +0100ElMercurioOnline (es)

Cambio en el eje de la Tierra. Geofísicos de la Administración Nacional de la Aeronáutica y del Espacio ( NASA ) calcularon —en sólo días— que el megaterremoto podía haber movido el eje de la Tierra en 8 centímetros . Una noticia que daba vuelta al mundo y que se traducía, en la práctica, a que el día se habría acortado en 1,26 microsegundos .

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