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Our Daily Planet: Deadly Storms and the Oldest Shipwreck of the Caribbean

Each weekday morning, OurAmazingPlanet takes the pulse of the Earth, reporting on natural phenomena and exploration news from around the globe.

Severe Weather: Massive storms swept across the Midwest and South yesterday, killing several people. More than 900 severe weather events were reported, including 20 tornadoes across six states. [Related: Worst Severe Weather of the Year .]

Eagle Webcam: The last of the web-celebrity baby eagles did not hatch overnight. Look in live on the nest's webcam to see if it will today.

Oldest Shipwreck of the Caribbean: Explorers have discovered what may be the oldest colonial shipwreck in the Caribbean.

India Quake: A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck near the the Indo-Nepal border region, shaking North India. There were no immediate reports damage or fatalities.

Name Those Zooborns: A baby giraffe was born at the Cincinnati Zoo over the weekend, and two endangered penguin chicks were born at the Akron, Ohio, zoo back in January. What should the zoos name them?

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Reach OurAmazingPlanet staff writer Brett Israel at bisrael@techmedianetwork.com. Follow him on Twitter @btisrael.

Brett Israel was a staff writer for Live Science with a focus on environmental issues. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and molecular biology from The University of Georgia, a master’s degree in journalism from New York University, and has studied doctorate-level biochemistry at Emory University.