Read more about the article 152-Million-Year-Old Flying Dino With Deadly Hooked Teeth Unearthed
Image shows an illustrative image of the new species of pterosaur, undated photo. Scientists from the UK and Germany discovered that the prehistoric animal had more than 400 teeth. (Megan Jacobs/Newsflash)

152-Million-Year-Old Flying Dino With Deadly Hooked Teeth Unearthed

A new species of flying dinosaur with 400 tiny hooked teeth has been unearthed by British scientists. The bizarre-looking pterosaur - which dates back 152 million years to T-Rex's Jurassic…

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Read more about the article Anti-Vaxxer Nurse Who Jabbed Thousands With Saline Solution Walks Free
Image shows Antje T., 39, during the trial in undated photo. She was sentenced to probation for jabbing people with saline solution in the Schortens vaccination centre in the district of Friesland, in Lower Saxony, Germany in April 2021. (Newsflash)

Anti-Vaxxer Nurse Who Jabbed Thousands With Saline Solution Walks Free

An anti-vaxxer nurse who jabbed nearly 9,000 people with saline solution instead of a COVID-19 vaccine has been spared jail in Germany. Red Cross nurse Antje T., 39, was given…

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Read more about the article Two New Deadly Snakes Species Found
Image shows the newly discovered Bothrocophias myrringae sp. nov., that lives in isolated, nearly inaccessible rain forests in South America. It was discovered by a South American team of scientists in October 2022. (Juan Pablo Hurtado-Gomez/Newsflash)

Two New Deadly Snakes Species Found

Two new species of deadly venomous snake have been discovered in Colombia by a team of international scientists. They have been named as Bothrocophias myrringae and Bothrocophias tulitoi, two new…

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Read more about the article Serial Killer Looked Up Lethal Doses Online
Nurse Brenda Aguero, poses with unidentified woman, undated. She is accused of the death of at least five newborn babies between March and June of this year in Cordoba, Argentina. (Newsflash)

Serial Killer Looked Up Lethal Doses Online

A nurse accused of murdering five newborn babies and trying to kill eight more looked up lethal doses of potassium and insulin on the internet, said prosecutors in Argentina. Police…

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Read more about the article World’s Biggest Choc Factory’s In Meltdown
Barry Callebaut, the largest chocolate factory in the world located in Belgium, destroys hundreds of tons of chocolate after the discovery of salmonella. (Newsflash)

World’s Biggest Choc Factory’s In Meltdown

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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Read more about the article Alien Invader Wasp Threatens North America’s Forests With Females Capable Of Producing 1,000 Offspring
Sirex noctilio, also known as the Sirex woodwasp. (Flora Krivak-Tetley/Newsflash)

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

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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Read more about the article Scientists Develop Honey-Based Bee DNA Test To Monitor Hive Health
Illustrative image: Honeybee harvesting pollen and carrying it to its pollen basket. (Yannis Varouhakis (instagram.com/varouhakis)/Newsflash)

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

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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Read more about the article How Climate Change Could Release World-Ending Super Bacteria
Hyper-resistant bacteria discovered in Antarctica that could pose a risk to global health. (Universidad de Chile/Newsflash)

How Climate Change Could Release World-Ending Super Bacteria

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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