Thousands Of Jellyfish Invade Italian Port

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Many jellyfishes spoted in Triste, Italy on April 20, 2022. (@edocale11/Newsflash)

Thousands of jellyfish invade and completely overrun the waters of an Italian port city and left nearby onlookers feeling hypnotised by the view. The giant swarm was spotted in the…

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Looted 2,000-Year-Old Coin Worth USD 1 Million Handed Back To Israel

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Photo shows a coin that has a floral wreath with the letter D in the centre, undated photo. (Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

The United States has returned a rare silver quarter shekel coin was minted by Jewish rebels 2,000 years ago on Temple Mount – and that could be worth as much…

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New Satellite Data Lets Scientists Measure Arctic Sea-Ice Thickness All Year Round

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Image shows the view of the Arctic Ocean from the Alfred Wegener Institute's Polar 6 aircraft, undated footage. The research team from the city of Bremerhaven, Bremen, Germany developed a new method to measure arctic sea ice thickness in September 2022. (Alfred Wegener Institut, Esther Horvath/Newsflash)

Researchers have developed a new method to measure Arctic ice thickness and volume throughout the whole year by using satellite data. The international team consists of scientists from the Alfred…

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New Species Of Predator Dinosaur Dating Back 90 Million Years Discovered

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An artistic representation of the Elemgasem nubilus, undated. Scientists found the fossil remains of a new species of dinosaurs in the province of Neuquen, Argentina. ( Abel German Montes/Newsflash)

A new species of dinosaur dating back 90 million years has been discovered in Argentina. The discovery was unearthed near the city of Plaza Huincul, in the province of Neuquen,…

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Record Number Of Bee Colonies Despite Virus Deaths

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Picture shows the beekeeper Heinz Hoffmann, 90, undated. He lets himself be stung by bees in Frankfurt, Germany. (Newsflash)

More people than ever have taken up beekeeping in Austria - despite fears of virus deaths and the effects climate change. Statistics provided by the Austrian Ministry for Agriculture, Regional…

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Scientists May Have Discovered New Law Of Nature In Rain

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The shaggy soft-haired mouse, found in this study to experience changes in size based on which side of the Andes Mountains the individual lives on. (Pablo Teta,SWNS/Newsflash)

A new law of nature could have been discovered as scientists think rain causes species to grow larger after an astonishing discovery in south America. The shaggy soft haired mouse…

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Stony Corals Use Fan System To Save Themselves From Climate Change

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Image shows a coral in an undated photo. Scientists from the Alfred Wegener Institute in the German city of Bremerhaven discovered that corals can protect themselves from harmful oxygen concentrations by influencing the flow conditions on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. (Julian Gutt, Alfred-Wegener-Institut/Newsflash)

Corals have developed a sophisticated internal fan system to protect themselves from climate change, a new study has revealed. Coral reefs are under threat from coral bleaching which eventually leads…

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Polarstern Icebreaker Returns To Port After Arctic Research Amid Record Heatwaves

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Scientists on the PS131 enter an ice floe in the ice edge zone north of Spitsbergen. The Polarstern was expected to arrive at the Lloyd Werft pier in Bremerhaven, Germany, on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022. (Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Vera Schlindwein/Newsflash)

The Polarstern icebreaker returned to port in Germany on Wednesday after spending 51 days conducting research in the Arctic amid record heatwaves this summer. The researchers were investigating how increasingly…

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High-Speed Storage Of CO2 Discovered In Bacteria Could Help Fight Climate Change

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The filaments of the enzyme HDCR, which produces formic acid from gaseous hydrogen (H2) and carbon dioxide (CO2), are wound around each other like a plait. Undated photo. (Verena Resch, luminous-lab.com/Newsflash)

An international team of scientists has discovered a new way of high-speed storage of carbon dioxide in a bacterial enzyme that could eventually help fight climate change. The accumulation of…

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Experts Head To Arctic To Assess Climate Change Impact Amid Record Heatwave

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The Polarstern departs from its home port of Bremerhaven for the Arctic. A tug pulls the ship towards the lock. (Nina Machner/Newsflash)

The legendary research vessel and icebreaker Polarstern has left Germany and is heading to the Arctic to assess the impact of climate change amid a record heatwave in Europe. Over…

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