1,400-Year-Old Tree Recovered From Underwater Forest

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The tree weighing around 6 tons, being recovered from the lake, undated. An approximately 1,400-year-old silver fir was recovered from Lake Altaussee, Austria as part of a research project. (OBf-Archiv, Thomas Kranabitl/Newsflash)

These images show how a six-tonne fir tree dating back 1,400 years has been recovered from an underwater forest in an Austrian lake. Experts say the tree first took seed…

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Early Childhood Experiences May Cause Irreversible Cerebral Changes

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Changes in the brain caused by early childhood experiences are not entirely irreversible. (UHH/Newsflash)

A new study claims that early childhood experiences can change a person's brain structure long-term and in irreversible ways - even if the brain heals. Professor Cordula Hoelig, a psychologist…

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Astronomers Find Rapidly Growing Black Hole From Early Universe

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This is an artist's impression of a supermassive black hole that is inside the dust-shrouded core of a vigorously star-forming "starburst" galaxy. It will eventually become an extremely bright quasar once the dust is gone. The research team believes that the object, discovered in a Hubble deep-sky survey, could be the evolutionary "missing link" between quasars and starburst galaxies. The dusty black hole dates back to only 750 million years after the Big Bang. (NASA, ESA, N. Bartmann/Newsflash)

Astronomers have identified a rapidly-growing black hole considered a “missing link” in our knowledge of the early universe. Using data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, experts discovered the "monster" body…

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Rat Sneaks Into Family Home And Bites Eye Of Poor Girl, 3, While She Slept

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The girl (3) from Santa Maria in Brazil has eye bitten by a mouse that attacked her while sleeping in March 2022. (CEN)

This poor three-year-old girl has had her eye bitten by a rat while she slept in her home at night. The rodent entered the family home, located in Quadra (Block)…

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Holiday Hell As Austria To Ban UK Flights With Britain To Be Categorised As Omicron COVID 19 Hotspot

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Plane of British Airways. (Newsflash)

Flights from the UK to Austria could be cancelled as early as Friday, upsetting the winter tourism season, as the Austrian government apparently attempts to reclassify the United Kingdom as…

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Archaeologists Discover Almost Four Millenia Old Gold Ring From Cornwall In German Grave

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The gold wire spiral was found in the grave of an Early Bronze Age woman in the municipality of Ammerbuch-Reusten in the Tubingen district in Germany.

An Early Bronze Age golden ring which was unearthed from a grave and is believed to originate from Cornwall is the oldest ever golden object discovered in southwestern Germany. Archaeologists…

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How Swedish Photographer Captures Stunning Early-Morning Wildlife Snaps

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Swedish nature photographer Olle Nilsson from the Swedish city of Linkoping undergoes to take snaps of a fox den to add more images to his already incredible wildlife collection.

This is the gruelling early-morning routine Swedish nature photographer Olle Nilsson undergoes to take snaps of a fox den to add more images to his already incredible wildlife collection. Olle…

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After Year of Early Starts Photographer Gets Perfect Shot Of Landing Plane At Sunrise

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A plane touching the sun during sunrise, the photo that took almost one year to be captured by the photographer Mostafa Atef

An amateur photographer who works at an airport got the best Christmas present when he finally managed to take a picture of a plane landing just as it appears to…

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Cave Find Suggests Humans Wore Necklaces 120K Years Ago

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Unperforated shell from Misliya cave at 160,000 years ago or earlier (top), and perforated and ochre covered shell from Qafzeh cave dated to 120,000 years ago or younger (bottom)

Israeli archaeologists have found evidence that early humans wore shell necklaces painted with ochre as far back as 120,000 years ago. The discovery, which included several examples of ancient shell…

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