World’s Fastest Shark Cruising Spanish Coast

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The mako shark was seen in the coast of El Garraf, Spain, July 2022. (David Jara-Asociacion Cetacea/Newsflash)

The world's fastest shark, which can strike at nearly 50mph, has been spotted prowling the Spanish coast close to Barcelona. The extremely rare, eight-foot-long shortfin mako shark is one of…

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World’s Biggest Choc Factory’s In Meltdown

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Barry Callebaut, the largest chocolate factory in the world located in Belgium, destroys hundreds of tons of chocolate after the discovery of salmonella. (Newsflash)

The world's biggest chocolate factory has destroyed hundreds of tonnes of chocs over a deadly salmonella outbreak. The Barry Callebaut chocolate factory - which supplies huge brands like Nestle -…

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Tragic Last Snap Of Mountaineer Before Avalanche Swept Him Away

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The last selfie of Filippo Bari (27) from Vicenza who is among the victims of the glacier disaster in Marmolada. (Newsflash)

A young mountaineer took this grinning selfie and sent it to his family moments before he was killed in an avalanche. The deadly ice, snow and rock slide was triggered…

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Alien Invader Wasp Threatens North America’s Forests With Females Capable Of Producing 1,000 Offspring

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Sirex noctilio, also known as the Sirex woodwasp. (Flora Krivak-Tetley/Newsflash)

A superwasp able to produce 1,000 offspring is threatening vast forests in North America's, a new study has revealed. The Sirex woodwasp lays its eggs on pine trees in a…

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Scientists Develop Honey-Based Bee DNA Test To Monitor Hive Health

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Illustrative image: Honeybee harvesting pollen and carrying it to its pollen basket. (Yannis Varouhakis (instagram.com/varouhakis)/Newsflash)

Scientists have developed an innovative method to examine DNA traces in honey which could help with the early identification of health problems in a hive as a deadly new disease…

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How Climate Change Could Release World-Ending Super Bacteria

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Hyper-resistant bacteria discovered in Antarctica that could pose a risk to global health. (Universidad de Chile/Newsflash)

Strains of "superpower" bacteria that could cause the world's next deadly pandemic has been discovered by scientists in Antarctica. Researchers found that the bacteria have a built-in resistance to antibiotics…

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Honeybee Populations Could Be Wiped Out Worldwide By Wing Plague

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A picture showing honeycomb from a beehive by the Martin Luther University Halle located in the German town of Wittenberg. (Uni Halle, Markus Scholz/Newsflash)

The global honeybee population could be endangered by a newly discovered deadly virus, a leading scientist has warned. Prof Dr Robert Paxton from Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (MLU) in…

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British Consulate General In Duesseldorf Receives Poison Laced Letter Demanding Release Of Julian Assange

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Dusseldorf, Germany, where a letter contained a toxic substance and a threatening note that allegedly asked the British authorities not to extradite the imprisoned Julian Assange to the US authorities was sent to the British consulate and is being investigated. (Google Maps/Newsflash)

The British Consulate-General in Duesseldorf has received a poison-laced letter demanding the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from Belmarsh prison. The suspicious letter was reportedly received by the Consulate-General…

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Dutchman Arrested For Selling Deadly Coronavirus Online So People Can Give Themselves The Bug

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Illustrative photo for Dutch financial police. (Newsflash)

A Dutchman has been arrested for selling the coronavirus online so that people can give themselves the deadly virus. The man, who was arrested by the Dutch financial police, was…

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