Read more about the article Moment Railway Viaduct Dating Back Over 100 Years Ago Gets Blown Up Because Of Moving Mountains
Image shows the Castielertobel Viaduct in the Canton of Graubuenden, Switzerland, undated photo. It was blown up on Monday morning, May 13, 2024. (RhB/Newsflash)

Moment Railway Viaduct Dating Back Over 100 Years Ago Gets Blown Up Because Of Moving Mountains

This is the dramatic moment a railway viaduct dating back more than 100 years is blown up ahead of work to build a new one to accommodate moving mountains. Footage…

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Read more about the article Hungry Giraffes Gobble Up Favourite Tree Snacks
Image shows a giraffe at the Schoenbrunn Zoo, in Vienna, Austria, undated photo. The giraffes were given fresh leaves to munch on, on May 14. 2024. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Hungry Giraffes Gobble Up Favourite Tree Snacks

Hungry giraffes live the high life as they neck down branchfuls of their favourite leafy treats. Keepers at Schoenbrunn Zoo, Vienna, laid on branches of freshly chainsawed beech, oak, willow,…

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Read more about the article Diver Nearly Drowns While Working On Project To Raise Lost ‘Titanic of the Alps’ Shipwreck From 1933
Photo shows Santis in front of Rorschach around 1910. The recovery of the ship that has been in depth of around 210 meters since 1933, begins this week. (Newsflash)

Diver Nearly Drowns While Working On Project To Raise Lost ‘Titanic of the Alps’ Shipwreck From 1933

A diver nearly drowned while working on a project to raise a vessel known as the 'Titanic of the Alps' after it was sunk on Lake Constance in 1933 when…

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Read more about the article Animal Trafficker Caught With Faked Pet Passports For Weeks-Old Dogs
Image shows some of the rescued puppies, undated photo. A total 30 puppies were saved from the trunk of a smuggler near Arnoldstein, Austria, in April 2024. (BMF, Zoll/Newsflash)

Animal Trafficker Caught With Faked Pet Passports For Weeks-Old Dogs

A man caught with weeks-old puppies and faked pet passports has been seized by customs police in Austria while he was on a 3,000-kilometre trafficking drive to Algeria. Police searched…

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Read more about the article Mourning Chimp Mum Still Carries Mummified Baby Around With Her
Picture shows the sad mourning of a chimpanzee mother in the Bioparc of Valencia, Spain. She has been carrying the corpse of her baby in her arms for months. (Bioparc Valencia/Newsflash)

Mourning Chimp Mum Still Carries Mummified Baby Around With Her

A heartbroken mother chimpanzee is still caring for her baby's mummified remains at a Spanish zoo, carrying the tiny corpse around with her since February. The mother chimpanzee, named Natalia,…

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Read more about the article Oldest Zoo In World Set Marks International Chameleon Day With Specimens Found In Man’s Luggage
Image shows a spiny-flanked chameleon (Trioceros laterispinis), undated photo. The Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria, will celebrate the International Chameleon Day on May 9, 2024. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Oldest Zoo In World Set Marks International Chameleon Day With Specimens Found In Man’s Luggage

The oldest zoo in the world is set to celebrate International Chameleon Day by showing spectacular images of these incredible creatures that they're helping to conserve. Dozens of the specimens…

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Read more about the article Court Halts GBP 17 Million Surf Park Over Endangered Skylarks Last Seen 5 Years Ago
Image shows a design of the surf park in Stade, Lower Saxony State, Germany, undated photo. The EUR 20 million (GBP 17 million) project was stopped because of four endangered skylarks. (Newsflash)

Court Halts GBP 17 Million Surf Park Over Endangered Skylarks Last Seen 5 Years Ago

A GBP 17 million surf park plan has been scrapped after judges in Germany said it would destroy the habitat of two nesting pairs of endangered Eurasian skylarks. Although the…

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