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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Only Humans And Tuskers Use Their Nose And Mouth To Create Sound

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Image shows scientists Veronika Beeck (right) and Michael Kerscher (left) in Nepal in an undated photo. (Veronika Beeck/Newsflash)

Humans and elephants are the only mammals to combine their mouths and their noses to create sounds, a new study has revealed. Cognitive biologists Veronika Beeck and Angela Stoger-Horwath and…

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A Shipwreck Of Captain James Cook’s HMS Endeavour Which Sank In 1778 Is Being Eaten By Worms

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Shipworms found in the center of the timber that was salvaged from the wreck site off Rhode Island, which was discovered in February, 2022. The ship was used for one of the world's first scientific voyages before it sank in 1778. (Reuben Shipway,University of Plymouth,SWNS/Newsflash)

A shipwreck of Captain James Cook’s HMS Endeavour which sank in 1778 is being eaten by crustaceans, experts have found. The ship's timber frame, located off the coast of Rhode…

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Brazilian Biologists Astounded To Find Extremely Rare Pregnant Albino Bat

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The first time that the pregnant female of the Artibeus planirostris species is seen in nature, in Santa Terezinha, Brazil. (Leal/Newsflash)

This picture shows the extremely rare pregnant albino bat that astounded Brazilian biologists. The specimen is the only pregnant flat-faced fruit-eating bat (Artibeus planirostris) that has ever been photographed in…

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Two Headed Turtle In Perfect Health Found At Bottom Of Nest On US Beach

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Two-headed sea turtle found on the beach in North Carolina, USA.

A two-headed loggerhead sea turtle hatchling has been found by biologists at the bottom of a nest on a beach in North Carolina and it was deemed healthy enough to…

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