Read more about the article Massive 15ft Python Stretching Across Two Lanes Seen In Florida
A 15+ foot Burmese Python crosses the road in Everglades National Park, in Florida, US, on Monday, Jan. 2, 2023. Kym Clark, who recorded the video, stated she was surprised to see the social media reaction to her reel. (@kym_clark/Newsflash)

Massive 15ft Python Stretching Across Two Lanes Seen In Florida

Instagrammer Kym Clark notched up a hit when she got a video of a Burmese python crossing the road. Clark, who hails from South Florida, told Newsflash that the video…

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Read more about the article Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study
Image shows the actual experimental setup in which the researchers added tyre abrasion to the nutrient solutions of lettuce plants, undated photo. Austrian researchers from the University of Vienna found out that lettuce takes up toxic additives from tyre wear. (Gabriel Sigmund/Newsflash)

Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study

A new scientific study has shown that highly toxic chemicals from tyre wear get absorbed by lettuces through sewage sludge and waste water. Researchers at the Centre for Microbiology and…

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Read more about the article WWII Ship Sunk By RAF Is Leaking Dangerous Pollutants Into Sea
Image shows the torn deck plating of the V 1302 John Mahn that was damaged by the bomb that hit amidships, undated photo. Belgian scientists found out that the shipwreck leaked many pollutants into the sea, changing the ocean floor around it. (VLIZ/Newsflash)

WWII Ship Sunk By RAF Is Leaking Dangerous Pollutants Into Sea

A Nazi patrol boat sunk by the RAF in World War II is leaking toxic pollutants into the sea and is set to be even more dangerous as it rusts…

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Read more about the article Miracle Survival Of Pup Hurled Off Bridge ‘For Witches’
Picture shows the male, brown-and-white pitbull-type canine that was thrown of a bridge, undated. Shannon Lee Cantrell, 43, threw the dog from a bridge twice, when police found him holding the dog in a chokehold, he told them witches told him to throw it, in the Fingerville, South Carolina, USA, on Monday, Oct. 3, 2022. (Spartanburg County/Newsflash)

Miracle Survival Of Pup Hurled Off Bridge ‘For Witches’

A year-old pup has amazingly survived after its crazed owner threw it off a bridge twice, claiming witches had ordered him to do it. Deranged Shannon Lee Cantrell, 43, reportedly…

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Read more about the article Astonished Researchers Find Penguins Free Of Microplastics
Image shows an emperor penguin colony near the Neumayer station of the Alfred Wegener Institute in an undated photo. A 2022 study showed that young emperor penguins swim far north beyond the 50th parallel south in their first year of life in Antarctica. (Alfred Wegener Institut, Aymeric Houstin/Newsflash)

Astonished Researchers Find Penguins Free Of Microplastics

Overjoyed researchers have revealed how a new study of the diet of emperor penguins shows they have no trace of microplastic in their bodies. Doctoral candidate from the Department of…

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Read more about the article Cyborg Cockroaches Developed By Boffins In Japan
Image shows the Robobug: a rechargeable, remote-controllable cyborg cockroach in an undated photo. The achievement was reported in the scientific journal npj Flexible Electronics on Monday, Sep. 5, 2022. (RIKEN/Newsflash)

Cyborg Cockroaches Developed By Boffins In Japan

Japanese boffins have created part insect part machine cyborg cockroaches capable of tackling jobs ranging from monitoring hazardous areas to environmental protection. The project led by researchers at the RIKEN…

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Read more about the article Stony Corals Use Fan System To Save Themselves From Climate Change
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)

Stony Corals Use Fan System To Save Themselves From Climate Change

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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