Creepy Fungus Growth Turns Wasps Into Zombies

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A zombie wasp grips a twig with the fungus sprouting from its physique in Fayette County, Alabama, U. S., in an undated photo. (@alabamawildlifeandfreshwaterfisheries/Newsflash)

Possessed zombie wasps with fungus stalks coming out of their brains have been found by wildlife experts in the US. The parasitical fungus - which locks a victim's jaws around…

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Thousands Of Jellyfish Invade Italian Port

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Many jellyfishes spoted in Triste, Italy on April 20, 2022. (@edocale11/Newsflash)

Thousands of jellyfish invade and completely overrun the waters of an Italian port city and left nearby onlookers feeling hypnotised by the view. The giant swarm was spotted in the…

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Derelict Rail Station Has Become Home To Hundreds of Wild Bee Species

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Image shows rare steppe-bee Camptopoeum frontale in an undated photo. The Natural History Museum of Vienna in Austria reported on a rare wild bee species site Breitenlee on Monday, Sep. 5, 2022. (Sylvia Wanzenbock/Newsflash)

A derelict World War I era railway station in Vienna is to be studied by biologists to unlock the secrets of wild bee communities, it has emerged. More than 450…

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Record Number Of Bee Colonies Despite Virus Deaths

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Picture shows the beekeeper Heinz Hoffmann, 90, undated. He lets himself be stung by bees in Frankfurt, Germany. (Newsflash)

More people than ever have taken up beekeeping in Austria - despite fears of virus deaths and the effects climate change. Statistics provided by the Austrian Ministry for Agriculture, Regional…

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Russia Announces Plans To Open Bee Museum In 2023

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Picture shows bee toys, exhibits of Museum and Exhibition Center of the Medynsky district of the city of Medyn, Russia in an undated photo. The Center will participate in the application for a grant from the Presidential Fund for Cultural Initiatives. (Elena Merker/Newsflash)

https://youtu.be/x6f4Q1AiYiY A museum dedicated to celebrating bees that is scheduled to open in 2023 in Russia is revealed in an exclusive new video. 'The Bee Museum' will be operated from…

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Greenpeace UK Creates Underwater Boulder Barrier To Block Destructive Industrial Fishing

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A boulder bearing Caroline Lucas' name is placed in the sea. Greenpeace UK place 18 limestone boulders on the seabed in the South West Deeps Marine Protected Area to block destructive industrial fishing. Campaigners and crew on board Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise sail to the western English Channel to make a portion of the South West Deeps off-limits to bottom-trawling. (Kristian Buus,Greenpeace,SWNS/Newsflash)

Greenpeace UK has placed 18 limestone boulders on the seabed in the western English Channel to block destructive industrial fishing. On Thursday 1 September, campaigners and crew on board Greenpeace…

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Stony Corals Use Fan System To Save Themselves From Climate Change

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Image shows a coral in an undated photo. Scientists from the Alfred Wegener Institute in the German city of Bremerhaven discovered that corals can protect themselves from harmful oxygen concentrations by influencing the flow conditions on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. (Julian Gutt, Alfred-Wegener-Institut/Newsflash)

Corals have developed a sophisticated internal fan system to protect themselves from climate change, a new study has revealed. Coral reefs are under threat from coral bleaching which eventually leads…

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1,400-Year-Old Tree Recovered From Underwater Forest

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The tree weighing around 6 tons, being recovered from the lake, undated. An approximately 1,400-year-old silver fir was recovered from Lake Altaussee, Austria as part of a research project. (OBf-Archiv, Thomas Kranabitl/Newsflash)

These images show how a six-tonne fir tree dating back 1,400 years has been recovered from an underwater forest in an Austrian lake. Experts say the tree first took seed…

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Massive Moth With 10-Inch Wingspan Found In USA For 1st Time

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The atlas moth found on a garage compared to a man's hand, in Bellvue, Washington, USA, undated. USDAs Animal and Plant Health Investigation Service confirmed the specimen as an atlas moth on July 27, 2022. (WSDA/Newsflash)

This massive moth with a 10-inch wingspan has been found in the USA for the first time. The revelation was made by the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA), which…

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