Read more about the article Patient Wildlife Experts Save Trapped Bruin
A brown bear struggles with its head trapped in a plastic drum in Anllares del Sil, Spain, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2023. Rescuers used an anesthetic dart, removed the drum and released the animal. (@naturalezacyl/Newsflash)

Patient Wildlife Experts Save Trapped Bruin

Wildlife experts save a bear with a very sore head. The greedy bruin had got itself trapped trying to eat the corn inside a plastic storage container in Anllares del…

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Read more about the article Ancient Human Footprints Dating Back 300,000 Years Found Next To Prehistoric Elephant Tracks
Image shows an illustration of how the Schoeningen area possibly looked about 300,000 years ago, undated photo. It is located in the state of Lower Saxony, Germany. (Benoit Clarys/Newsflash)

Ancient Human Footprints Dating Back 300,000 Years Found Next To Prehistoric Elephant Tracks

Experts have discovered ancient human footprints in Germany dating back 300,000 years right next to sets of tracks left by prehistoric elephants. The footprints, which can be seen in the…

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Read more about the article Scientists Stumble Across Bronze Age Treasures
Image shows the bronze artifacts, undated photo. They were discovered in the prehistoric settlement of Motta Vallac, near the village of Salouf, in the canton of Graubuenden, Switzerland, last autumn. (Canton Graubuenden Office for Culture, Archaeological Service/Newsflash)

Scientists Stumble Across Bronze Age Treasures

A massive haul of Bronze Age treasures has been unearthed by astonished experts who had been looking for remains at a Roman battle site. Archaeologists had been scouring the site…

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Read more about the article Experts Use Fibre Optic Cable Network To Detect Landslides, Quakes and Fires
Image shows (from left to right) Vlad Dumitru, Werner Lienhart and Lisa Strasser from the Institute of Engineering Geodesy and Measurement Systems at TU Graz, Austria, undated photo. They developed a measurement method that uses exciting fibre optic lines to detect landslides earlier. (Lunghammer - TU Graz/Newsflash)

Experts Use Fibre Optic Cable Network To Detect Landslides, Quakes and Fires

Scientists in Austria have developed a way of detecting fires, rockslides and earthquakes by measuring minute changes in the light pulses in fibre optic cable networks caused by shifts in…

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Read more about the article World’s Oldest Book Was About The Price Of Beer
Photo shows an Egyptian papyrus from the 3rd century BC showing evidence of sewing, indicating that it must have been part of the oldest-known book, undated. The fragment was found in 1902 in the wrapping of a mummy. (Uni Graz,Kernasenko/Newsflash)

World’s Oldest Book Was About The Price Of Beer

A scrap of papyrus left on a museum shelf for a hundred years has been found to be a page from what experts say is the oldest book ever written…

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Read more about the article Jurassic Park-Style Revival For Extinct Butterfly, Say Scientists
Photo shows illustration of the butterfly Xerces Blue on a plant it used to feed Acmispon glaber. Researchers have found the genome of the butterfly. (Marti Franch-CSIC/Newsflash)

Jurassic Park-Style Revival For Extinct Butterfly, Say Scientists

Genetics experts have revealed how they could be able to bring an extinct butterfly back from the dead in a Jurassic Park-style revival. Experts at Spain's National Research Council say…

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Read more about the article Microplastics Found In Heavily Contaminated Arctic Ice Algae Threaten Human Food Chains
Image shows growth of the Melosira arctica algae, undated photo. Researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute in the city of Bremerhaven, Germany, found out that it was heavily contaminated with microplastics. (Alfred Wegener Institut, Julian Gutt/Newsflash)

Microplastics Found In Heavily Contaminated Arctic Ice Algae Threaten Human Food Chains

Microplastics have been found in algae in ice in the Arctic that experts have described as being "heavily contaminated" and a threat to human food chains. This is according to…

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Read more about the article Elaborate Tomb Unearthed At Egyptian Archaeological Site
Photo shows a carving of six sculpted figures in a small funerary chapel discovered in Saqqara, Egypt, undated. It dates back to the Ramesside era. (Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities/Newsflash)

Elaborate Tomb Unearthed At Egyptian Archaeological Site

Archaeologists have unearthed an astonishing tomb and four small shrines dating back to the Ramesside Period 3,000 years ago at an archaeological site in Egypt. The Dutch-Italian team working at…

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Read more about the article Metal Came From German Mines, Study Shows
Image shows some of the 313 manillas excavated by the Sociedad de Ciencias Aranzadi from a Flemish trader lost in 1524 off Getaria in Basque Country, northern Spain, undated photo. The ship was chartered by Portuguese merchants from Lisbon. (Ana Maria Benito-Dominguez, CC-BY 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)/Newsflash)

Metal Came From German Mines, Study Shows

Looted bronze treasures returned to Nigeria by Berlin were made from metal tokens minted from brass mined in Germany, scientists have discovered. Thousands of the distinctive bronzes disappeared during colonial…

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Read more about the article Ancient Roman Treasure Left Gathering Dust On A Shelf
Photo shows the assemblage of fine gold jewelry, undated. Pieces of gold jewelry from the Roman period were discovered in a burial cave in Jerusalem, Israel. (Emil Aladjem, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Ancient Roman Treasure Left Gathering Dust On A Shelf

Antiquities experts have put on show a stunning display of ancient Roman gold jewellery buried with a young girl to save her from evil spirits in the afterlife. The haul…

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