Read more about the article My Tickled Pony Uses Its Horse Sense
Linda Prigarska poses with a white horse in New Forest National Park, England, in an undated photo. According to Linda, her love for nature and wildlife has been ingrained into her since her early childhood. (@lemon.rise/Newsflash)

My Tickled Pony Uses Its Horse Sense

New Forest pony gets to the bottom of a niggling itch with the help of a tree trunk. The footage - filmed by wildlife fan Linda Prigarska - shows one…

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Read more about the article Medieval Shipwreck Found At Bottom Of Lake
Picture shows the ten meter long wooden boat at the bottom of Lake Mjosa, Norway. Scientists suspect it has been there since the Middle Ages, it was dicovered during a two-week investigation using Hugin, an autonomous submarine mapping explosives and ammunition waste, in November, 2022. (FFI, NTNU/Newsflash)

Medieval Shipwreck Found At Bottom Of Lake

A shipwreck thought to date back hundreds of years to medieval times has been found perfectly preserved at the bottom of a lake. An unmanned sub equipped with cameras discovered…

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Read more about the article Experts Bid To Restore Seven Nazi Enigma Machines From World War II Recovered From Bottom Of The Sea
Seven Enigma Machines recovered from Baltic Sea in 2020, to be exhibited In Museum Of Archaeology after restoration. (Newsflash)

Experts Bid To Restore Seven Nazi Enigma Machines From World War II Recovered From Bottom Of The Sea

An expert in Germany is working hard to restore seven Nazi enigma machines from World War II that were recovered by chance in the bottom of the sea, but it…

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Read more about the article Bronze Age Stone Anchor In Service For 2,000 Years Before Being Lost Is Found On Sea Bottom
Israel Authorities found an ancient stone anchor used for 2,000 years underwater at the Tel Dor archaeological site in northern Israel.

Bronze Age Stone Anchor In Service For 2,000 Years Before Being Lost Is Found On Sea Bottom

Archaeologists found this ancient anchor that they believe was in use for at least 2,000 years at the bottom of the sea in Northern Israel. The discovery of the ancient…

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