Read more about the article Shocking Abuse At Lidl’s Poultry Suppliers
Picture shows an injured chick, undated. NGO Equalia recorded the mistreatment suffered by thousands of chickens in two poultry farms in Seville and Tarragona, Spain. (Equalia/Newsflash )

Shocking Abuse At Lidl’s Poultry Suppliers

These shocking images show the horrific abuse and conditions suffered by chickens on two poultry farms in Spain. Both farms - in Seville and in Tarragona Provinces - are said to supply chicken to budget supermarket giant Lidl. Picture shows a worker punching a chicken in a poultry farm, undated.…

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Read more about the article Oldest Live Birth Of Snake Dating Back 47 Million Years Discovered
Image shows the Messel boa (Messelophis variatus) which is the world's first fossil record of a viviparous snake, undated photo. It was discovered by an Argentine-German research team. (Senckenberg/Newsflash)

Oldest Live Birth Of Snake Dating Back 47 Million Years Discovered

A team of scientists has discovered what they say is the first evidence in the world – dating back 47 million years – of a snake giving birth to its young. Most reptiles are oviparous, which means that they are hatched from fertilised eggs. But other reptiles are viviparous, which…

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Read more about the article Zoo Blamed After Rare Cat Chokes On Bird Bones
Picture shows the Pallass cat named Sun Simiao, undated. It died of suffocation at Xining Wildlife Park in China. (Xining Wildlife Park/AsiaWire)

Zoo Blamed After Rare Cat Chokes On Bird Bones

Furious animal lovers have accused zoo keepers of negligence after a much-loved wildcat choked to death when it was fed pieces of chicken on the bone. Picture shows the Pallass cat named Sun Simiao, undated. It died of suffocation at Xining Wildlife Park in China. (Xining Wildlife Park/AsiaWire) The Pallas's…

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Read more about the article Scores Of Starving Tick-Ridden Dogs Saved From Gruesome Abandoned Shelter
Picture shows one of the malnourished dogs at an animal in Almeria, Spain, undated. (Newsflash)

Scores Of Starving Tick-Ridden Dogs Saved From Gruesome Abandoned Shelter

Cops in Spain are investigating an abandoned animal shelter after 66 malnourished, tick-infested dogs were found there, along with the bones and carcasses of others. Spain's Guardia Civil (Civil Guard) is investigating the shelter in Almeria, Andalusia region, after an animal protection organisation reported the grim find to police. Picture…

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Read more about the article Boffins Discover New Dino On University Shelf
Image shows remains of the newly discovered Tuebingosaurus maierfritzorum, undated. (University of Tubingen/Newsflash)

Boffins Discover New Dino On University Shelf

Boffins in Germany have discovered a previously unknown genus of dinosaur that roamed Europe 200 million years ago. Researchers from the University of Tuebingen reanalysed a dinosaur skeleton found in Trossingen, south-western Germany, in 1992. https://youtu.be/bvdOOl0Aces University of Tubingen/Newsflash They found that many of the bones did not correspond to…

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Read more about the article Newly Found Mammoth Butchering Site Proves Humans Were In North America Much, Much Earlier
A recent study on the butchered remains of a mother and baby mammoth shows that humans lived in North America tens of thousands of years earlier than conventionally thought. See SWNS story SWSCmammoth;

Newly Found Mammoth Butchering Site Proves Humans Were In North America Much, Much Earlier

A newly discovered mammoth butchering site proves that humans were in north America nearly 15,000 years earlier than thought, scientists have revealed. The site from 37,000 years ago discovered bones that had been carved as well as evidence the beasts' fat was rendered over fires. By chance the the fossils…

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Read more about the article Hundreds Of Rare Knuckle Bones Engraved With Names Of Gods And Used In Divination Discovered In Ancient City
Dr. Lee Perry-Gal poses holding the gaming dice in an undated photo. A rare assemblage of knuckle bones for gaming and divination was discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Hundreds Of Rare Knuckle Bones Engraved With Names Of Gods And Used In Divination Discovered In Ancient City

Five hundred and thirty rare knuckle bones that were engraved with the names of gods and used for divination have been discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. Known as ‘astragali’, the bones date back some 2,300 years to the Hellenistic period, which lasted from the death of Alexander the…

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Read more about the article Have Billionaire’s Bones Emerged From Melting Glacier?
Karl-Erivan Haub pictured in a screen from undated video. He disappeared while mountaineering on April 7, 2018, near Zermatt, Switzerland. (Newsflash)

Have Billionaire’s Bones Emerged From Melting Glacier?

A melting Swiss glacier has revealed a human skeleton that could be the remains of a missing German billionaire who went out on a hike and never came back. Karl-Erivan Haub, 58, disappeared under mysterious circumstances in April 2018 in Zermatt, Switzerland. Karl-Erivan Haub pictured in a screen from undated…

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Read more about the article Prehistoric Farmers Were Bugged By Insects And Mice, Says Study
Lower jaw and front limb bones of wood mice (Apodemus cf. sylvaticus) evaluated by the University of Basel in Switzerland. (Raul Soteras, AgriChange project/Newsflash)

Prehistoric Farmers Were Bugged By Insects And Mice, Says Study

Stone Age farmers in southern France were fighting mice and insects feasting on their supplies 4,000 years ago, a new study has revealed. An international team of archaeologists led by Basel University examined sediment layers of three prehistoric wells to find out more about settlements around 4,000 years ago. Archaeologists…

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Read more about the article Grim Find Of 300 More Bones In Basement Of Cannibal Serial Killer
Andres Mendoza , serial killer arrested in Atizapan de Zaragoza, Mexico, in 2021. (@FiscaliaEdomex/Newsflash)

Grim Find Of 300 More Bones In Basement Of Cannibal Serial Killer

Police have made a gruesome discovery of 300 more bones in the basement of a cannibal serial killer in Mexico. Andres Filomeno Mendoza, 73 - dubbed the ‘Cannibal of Atizapan’ - was arrested last year by police investigating the disappearance of one of his victims. Inside his home, astonished investigators…

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