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)…

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Read more about the article Neglected Cows Drown In Own Faeces Riddled With Decaying Carcasses
Photo shows scenes from a farm in Masuria, Poland, where cows were saved from dying in their own dung, undated photo. The animal rescue service spotted the farm on Friday, Aug. 19, 2022. (@inspektorat.otozanimals.dzialdowo/Newsflash)

Neglected Cows Drown In Own Faeces Riddled With Decaying Carcasses

These shocking images show starving cows on a horror farm in Poland that were found living in their own faeces along with the decaying carcasses of other bovines that had…

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Read more about the article Prehistoric Bronze Age Daggers Were Not Used As Weapons, Research Finds
Prehistoric Bronze Age daggers weren't used as weapons but mainly as tools for skinning animal carcasses, reveals new research.The knives, made from copper alloy, were widespread in Europe including Britain and Ireland, appearing around 5,000 years ago. See SWNS story SWNNdaggers. As most of these daggers have been recovered as burial goods in warrior graves it was thought they had a ceremonial purpose to show the status of the deceased. But Newcastle University scientists developed a new technique to study organic material on the blades. They discovered lots of traces of bone and sinew of animals and when they made reproductions of them found that skinning animals was their best use. Archaeologists have long debated what these objects were used for, with some saying they were primarily ceremonial objects used in prehistoric funerals and others suggested that they may have been used as weapons or tools for crafts.

Prehistoric Bronze Age Daggers Were Not Used As Weapons, Research Finds

Prehistoric Bronze Age daggers were mainly used as tools for skinning animal carcasses rather than as weapons, reveals new research. The knives, made from copper alloy, were widespread in Europe…

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Read more about the article Russian Cops Arrested For Shooting 9 Roe Deer Dead In Closed Season
Two police officers are suspected of illegally hunting at least nine roe deers in Chanovsky, Russia on 30th January 2022. (Newsflash)

Russian Cops Arrested For Shooting 9 Roe Deer Dead In Closed Season

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Two Russian cops have been arrested for hunting during the closed season after the carcasses of nine roe deer were found, as seen in this shocking photo. Two police officers…

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