A new species of dinosaur might have dived like a duck to catch its prey

An artist's life reconstruction of the bird-like Cretaceous Period dinosaur Natovenator polydontus, which boasted a streamlined body resembling those of diving birds and lived about 72 million years ago in what is now the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. (Yusik Choi/Handout/Reuters) An artist's life reconstruction of the bird-like Cretaceous Period dinosaur Natovenator polydontus, which boasted a streamlined body resembling those of diving birds and lived about 72 million years ago in what is now the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. (Yusik Choi/Handout/Reuters)

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Canada's Corruption Perceptions Index score remains the same as last year

Canada's perceived corruption in the public sector has remained the same since last year, according to the latest Corruption Perceptions Index by Transparency International, which ranks Canada tied for 14th out of 180 countries. The country scored 74 out of 100 in 2022, with 100 being the least corrupt and 0 being the most.

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