Fly Trapped In Amber While Carrying Floral Gift For Partner Was A Real Love Bug

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A nuptial gift-giving Alavesia lanceolata preserved in Cretaceous amber. (Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences/AsiaWire)

A sex-mad fly trapped in amber 100 million years ago while on his way to tempt a mate with a floral gift has been hailed as the world's earliest recorded…

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Former Guinness Record And Turkey’s Shortest Woman Dies Of Pneumonia

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Elif Kocaman, 33, who once held the record for the shortest woman in the world, died of multiple organ failure due to pneumonia in Osmaniye, Turkey in December 2021. (Newsflash)

A woman who once held the Guinness World Record for being the shortest woman in the world has passed away in Turkey. Elif Kocaman, who lived in the town of…

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Nazi Concentration Camp Secretary, 96, Faces Trial After Going On Run Before Last Court Date

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Stutthof Nazi Death Camp in Poland. (Newsflash)

A 96-year-old former secretary at a Nazi concentration camp is expected to finally go on trial tomorrow (TUE) after she had to be arrested after going on the run before…

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Experts May Have Found Worlds Oldest Human Remains Ever That Could Date Back 331,000 Years

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Hualong Cave No. 6 face bone fossil. (Ancient Spine Institute, Chinese Academy Of Sciences/AsiaWire)

Experts in China have unearthed what could be the world's oldest human remains ever discovered that could date back as far as 331,000 years. Experts in China discovered and restored…

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Bronze Age Sword Unearthed By Man With Metal Detector In Parents Back Garden

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Pieces of a sword believed to be from the Bronze Age were found by Matti Rintamaa in his parent's yard with the help of a metal detector in the village of Panelia, Finland.

A Bronze Age sword that could date back as far as 1700 BC has been found by a man using a metal detector in his parents’ back garden. Matti Rintamaa…

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Camel Carvings Etched Into Rocks In Saudi Arabian Desert Date Back 8,000 Years

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An image clearly showing the carving of a full-size camel in Northern Arabia (Maria Guagnin/Newsflash )

Researchers have announced that the sized camel carvings etched into the side of rocks in a Saudi Arabian desert - initially believed to be 2,000 years old - actually date…

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Pottery Workshop From Greco Roman Era Unearthed In Egypt

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Remains of a pottery workshop from the Greco-Roman period discovered in Beheira governorate, Egypt.

The remains of a large pottery workshop which is believed to date back to the Greco-Roman era has been discovered in Egypt. The pottery workshop was discovered in the area…

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Male Tiger Kills Female Tigress On First Date In Shared Home

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The tigress Kimberly, that was killed by her companion, Ivo, in the Neuwied Zoo

A male tiger in a German zoo has killed its new female companion after it was hoped they would breed together. Neuwied Zoo in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate proudly…

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