Read more about the article Amputated Sea Spiders Can Regrow Their Rear Ends, Says Study
Image shows two sea spider (Pycnogonum litorale) individuals next to their prey - a sea anemone, undated photo. When researchers from the University of Vienna, Austria, illuminated them with a UV light source, the spiders fluoresce bright blue. (Georg Brenneis/Newsflash)

Amputated Sea Spiders Can Regrow Their Rear Ends, Says Study

Amputated sea spiders can regrow large parts of their bodies including their rear ends and reproductive organs, a new study has shown. Biologists discovered that the species of sea spiders…

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Read more about the article Cop Revives Lifeless Cat Intoxicated With Gases From La Palma Volcano
The cat after she was resuscitate by emergency crews t in Puerto Naos, Spain. (Leales.org/Newsflash)

Cop Revives Lifeless Cat Intoxicated With Gases From La Palma Volcano

This is the moment a Spanish police officer revives a lifeless cat after it was intoxicated with dangerous gases from the volcano on La Palma. https://youtu.be/V595rb67iJk Leales.org/Newsflash & @policia/Newsflash The…

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Read more about the article Mums Desperate Search For Son, 10, After He Was Kidnapped By Anti-Vax Dad And Taken To Panama Prompting Interpol Warrant
Melanie Brandauer (right) in a photo with her son Raphael (left), who was kidnapped allegedly by her ex-husband and taken to Panama. (Melanie Brandauer/Newsflash)

Mums Desperate Search For Son, 10, After He Was Kidnapped By Anti-Vax Dad And Taken To Panama Prompting Interpol Warrant

A mother is desperately searching for her 10-year-old son after he was allegedly kidnapped by his anti-vax dad and taken to Panama, with Interpol issuing an international warrant for his…

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