Read more about the article Experts Debunk Scientific Claims That Human Babies Are Colonised By Bacteria Before Birth
Image shows the University of Vienna, Austria, undated photo. University experts have rejected scientific claims that human babies are colonised by bacteria before birth in January 2023. (University of Vienna, Gebhard Sengmueller/Newsflash)

Experts Debunk Scientific Claims That Human Babies Are Colonised By Bacteria Before Birth

A team of experts has debunked previous scientific claims that humans are colonised by bacteria before birth. The research idea came after several studies published since 2010, claimed they detected…

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Read more about the article Mummified Fertility Crocs Found In Ancient Egyptian Tomb
Photo shows ten crocodile mummies in an undisturbed tomb in Qubbat al-Hawa, Aswan, Egypt. They were discovered in 2019, undated photo. (Patricia Mora Riudavets/Newsflash)

Mummified Fertility Crocs Found In Ancient Egyptian Tomb

A 2,500-year-old tomb with ten mummified crocodiles unearthed near the Nile was probably a tribute to an ancient Egyptian fertility god, experts have revealed. Experts say the mummified reptiles were…

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Read more about the article Priceless Hoard Of Ancient Gold And Silver Treasure Unearthed
Image shows the late Celtic jewellery and coins, undated photo. They were discovered in the town of Neumarkt am Wallersee, in Salzburg, Austria. (Salzburg Museum/Newsflash)

Priceless Hoard Of Ancient Gold And Silver Treasure Unearthed

A priceless hoard of ancient Celtic gold, silver jewellery and coins has gone on show in Austria. The sensational find could have been buried by its high-status owner either because…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Find Ancient Temple Of Poseidon Lost After Tsunamis Hit Greece
Image shows the excavations undertaken in the autumn of 2022, undated photo. They revealed parts of the foundations of a structure that was 9.4 metres (30.8 feet) wide and had carefully positioned walls with a thickness of 0.8 metres (2.6 metres). (Dr Birgitta Eder, Athens Branch of the Austrian Archaeological Institute/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Find Ancient Temple Of Poseidon Lost After Tsunamis Hit Greece

An ancient temple dedicated to Poseidon which was thought to be long lost after a series of tsunamis hit Greece has been discovered by archaeologists. The remains of what researchers…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Discover 3,000-Year-Old Ritual Wishing Well Filled With Over 100 Well-Preserved Artefacts
Image shows the wishing well that was discovered in Bavaria, Germany, undated photo. More than 100 preserved artifacts were found inside on Friday, Dec. 12, 2022. (Marcus Guckenbiehl/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Discover 3,000-Year-Old Ritual Wishing Well Filled With Over 100 Well-Preserved Artefacts

Archaeologists have discovered a Bronze Age ritual wishing well filled with over 100 well-preserved artefacts in Bavaria. The Bavarian State Office for Monument Protection in Germany, in a statement obtained…

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Read more about the article 35 Million-Year-Old Flower Gives Up Its Secrets
Image shows the world's largest flower fossil dating back to 35 million years ago, undated photo. Based on its characteristics and pollen the scientists from the University of Vienna, in Austria, assigned it to the Symplocos genus, in the Symplocaceae family. (Carola Radke/Newsflash)

35 Million-Year-Old Flower Gives Up Its Secrets

The world's largest amber-preserved flower bud fossil has been identified by scientists. The plant has been preserved with its pollen for 35 million years from the Eocene era. Experts from…

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Read more about the article Experts Crack Secrets Of Ancient Wedding Engraved On Tomb Bone
Photo shows Lady 6 Water and Lord 4 Water Blood Eagle, undated. The bone describes the alliance between the Zapotec lineages of Zaachila and the Mixtec lineage of Tilantongo, through the marriage commitment of Lady 6-Water and Lord 4-Water. (Sara Fernandez-CN, INAH/Newsflash)

Experts Crack Secrets Of Ancient Wedding Engraved On Tomb Bone

Experts have deciphered a 700-year-old bone buried in a tomb detailing the marriage alliance of two ancient Mexican kingdoms. The animal bone - carved with intricate pictograms - has baffled…

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Read more about the article Rescued Endangered Turtles Teach Beachgoers Grim Truth Of Pollution
Picture shows two green turtles (Chelonia mydas) that were returned to the sea on the beaches of San Clemente del Tuyu, Argentina, on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023. They were rescued after getting caught in the nets of fishermen and rehabilitated. (Fundacion Mundo Marino/Newsflash)

Rescued Endangered Turtles Teach Beachgoers Grim Truth Of Pollution

Marine life experts use two endangered turtles rescued from plastic pollution and fishing nets to educate beachgoers in Argentina. The green sea turtles were rescued after becoming caught in artisanal…

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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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