Read more about the article World’s Oldest Zoo Becomes First Ever Zoo In Europe To Breed Luminous Jellyfish
Image shows the sea nettle jellyfish (Pelagia panopyra), in undated photo. The Schoenbrunn Zoo, in the city of Vienna, Austria, welcomed the species' offspring for the first time ever in Europe in January 2023. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

World’s Oldest Zoo Becomes First Ever Zoo In Europe To Breed Luminous Jellyfish

The oldest zoo in the world has become the first in Europe to successfully breed two jellyfish species. Experts at Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria, were thrilled to welcome sea…

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Read more about the article Boat Migrant Wins EUR 125k On Lottery
Gambian migrant Ibrahim Kante poses in undated photo. He won the Christmas Lottery's second prize, the first time he ever played the lottery, in Olot, Spain, in December, 2022. (Newsflash)

Boat Migrant Wins EUR 125k On Lottery

A migrant who nearly died crossing the Mediterranean Sea twice to get to Europe has won a fortune on the lottery with his first-ever ticket. Ibrahim Kante, from The Gambia,…

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Read more about the article Two Dozen Bronze Statues Of Gods Dating Back 2,000 Years Found In Italian Thermal Spring
The photo shows one of the bronze statues, dating back to ancient Roman times, which archaeologists in Italy have found in thermal baths in Tuscany, undated photo. The statues were found over the last two weeks in San Casciano dei Bagni, a hilltop town about 160 kilometres (100 miles) north of Rome, Italy. (Ministero della Cultura/Newsflash)

Two Dozen Bronze Statues Of Gods Dating Back 2,000 Years Found In Italian Thermal Spring

These 24 intact bronze statues of ancient gods dating back 2,000 years have been retrieved from an Italian thermal spring, with experts saying that the discovery will "rewrite history". Archaeologists…

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Read more about the article Tracks Of Ancient Human Found In Spain Are 300k Years Old
Picture shows a footprint at the site of Matalascaas in Spain, undated. The hominid fossil footprints date back 300,000 years. (Eduardo Mayoral/Newsflash)

Tracks Of Ancient Human Found In Spain Are 300k Years Old

Ancient human footprints found in southern Spain two years ago have been declared nearly 300,000 years old, making them unique in Europe. The footprints are now believed to be 200,000…

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Read more about the article Police Seize Car With Eight Migrants Crammed In Back
Image shows eight Kurdish migrants crammed in the backseat of a car, undated photo. The 48-year-old smuggler was temporary arrested in Bavaria, Germany on Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. (Bundespolizei/Newsflash)

Police Seize Car With Eight Migrants Crammed In Back

Baffled police arrested a driver in Germany after they stopped his car on an autobahn and found eight illegal migrants crammed into the back seat. The Kurdish migrants told police…

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Read more about the article UK Institution Donates Nearly 20,000-Bird Collection To Austrian Museum
Image shows the Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops), undated photo. The British Harrison Institute in Sevenoaks, England will donated 19,000 birds to the Natural History Museum Vienna in Austria on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022. (Robbie Bright/Newsflash)

UK Institution Donates Nearly 20,000-Bird Collection To Austrian Museum

A British research and charity institution has donated its enormous bird specimen collection to one of the leading natural history museums of Central Europe. The Natural History Museum Vienna (NHM)…

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Read more about the article Study Suggests Mercenaries May Have Helped Ancient Greeks Turn The Tide Of War Against Carthaginians
Picture shows a mass grave from the battle of Himera in 409 BC, undated. Genomes from the remains reveal the genetic diversity of the soldiers. (University of Vienna/Newsflash)

Study Suggests Mercenaries May Have Helped Ancient Greeks Turn The Tide Of War Against Carthaginians

Researchers have discovered that mercenaries may have helped Greeks battle Carthaginians in Sicily over 2,500 years ago. DNA analysis of 54 bodies found in mass graves revealed that a decent…

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Read more about the article Gas Shortage Could Close Crematoriums And Leave Cemeteries Unable To Meet Demand
Image shows a cremation process, undated photo. Crematoria in Germany have been facing problems because of the ongoing gas crisis. (Newsflash)

Gas Shortage Could Close Crematoriums And Leave Cemeteries Unable To Meet Demand

German crematoriums may have to close down over winter because of fears they may not have enough gas because of Putin's invasion of Ukraine. Crematorium officials are reportedly increasingly worried…

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Read more about the article Saltwater Lagoon In Spain First Ecosystem To Be Granted ‘Human Rights’ In Europe
Picture shows the votes in the Senate of Spain for the proposal of law, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022. (@Senadoesp/Newsflash)

Saltwater Lagoon In Spain First Ecosystem To Be Granted ‘Human Rights’ In Europe

The Mar Menor in Spain has become Europe’s first ecosystem with the equivalent of "human rights". This means that the seaside saltwater lagoon found in Murcia, Spain, now enjoys a…

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