Scientists May Have Discovered New Law Of Nature In Rain

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The shaggy soft-haired mouse, found in this study to experience changes in size based on which side of the Andes Mountains the individual lives on. (Pablo Teta,SWNS/Newsflash)

A new law of nature could have been discovered as scientists think rain causes species to grow larger after an astonishing discovery in south America. The shaggy soft haired mouse…

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Previously Unseen Andy Warhol Piece Worth EUR 600,000 To Go Under Hammer In Paris

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Picture shows Andy Warhol, (left) Robert William Burke (right), undated. The collection consisting of close to 300 items belonging to Robert William Burke, an American collector and gallery owner, will go on sale in October, 2022. (Artcurial/Newsflash)

A previously unseen Andy Warhol piece believed to be worth up to EUR 600,000 is set to go under the hammer in Paris. An art collection of nearly 300 pieces…

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Story by Ajda Ender New York City Police Department cops used physical violence by punching a woman, American police want to scare the society with their violent behavior. In the…

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Long-Lost American Shipwreck Identified By Analyzing Timbers

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Lead author Ignacio Mundo measures one of the ships ribs in preparation for sampling, in an undated photo. The rings revealed the wreckage off the coast of Argentina that is the remains of the Dolphin, an American whaling ship lost in 1859 some 10,000 miles from home. (Mnica Grosso,SWNS/Newsflash)

A shipwreck has been finally identified as a whaler lost more than 160 years ago after scientists analysed TREE RINGS in the rotting timber. The rings revealed the wreckage off…

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Remains Of Mercenaries Who Fought For Britain In American War Of Independence Uncovered

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A rare 1766 King George III gold guinea, the equivalent of a soldiers wages for a month, found during the Red Bank Battlefield Archaeology Project excavation in undated photo. Archaeologists uncovered remains of what they believe are 14 individuals at Revolutionary War Battlefield. (Courtesy of Rowan University/Newsflash)

A team of archaeologists has unearthed what they believe are 14 German mercenaries who fought for Britain during the American War of Independence. The discovery - which occurred 245 years…

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Historic Fort That Never Surrendered Seized By Honey Bee Swarm

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An up-close image of hundreds of honey bees swarming over a hole in a log, in undated photo. Fort Stanwix inside Fort Stanwix National Monument, an 18th century historic site known as the fort that never surrendered had to be closed because it was swarmed by bees, this Sunday, July 24, 2022, in Rome, New York, USA. (@Fort.StanwixNPS/Newsflash)

A historic fort that never surrendered in America's war of independence has run up the white flag after being invaded by a swarm of honey bees. Barracks at Fort Stanwix…

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