Read more about the article Tot Has Catheter Fragments Near Heart Since Birth
Photo shows a child from Berezniki in Perm Krai, Russia, undated. She lives with a part of a catheter inside her artery for two years. (Luiza Khairutdinova/Newsflash)

Tot Has Catheter Fragments Near Heart Since Birth

The mother of a two-year-old who was left with catheter fragments lodged near her heart has reported the case to police to seek justice. The incident happened as little Olivia…

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Read more about the article Mystery Animals Frozen Under Glacier Were Bodies Of 7000-Year-Old Wild Goats
Image shows the remains of a whole herd of ibex found on the Lodner mountain, undated photo. Four climbers found remains of at least 15 animals dating back to the Neolithic Age on the Lodner mountain, in the Oetztal Alps in South Tyrol, Italy, in July 2022. (LPA, Forststation St. Leonhard/Newsflash)

Mystery Animals Frozen Under Glacier Were Bodies Of 7000-Year-Old Wild Goats

These devilish-looking horned skulls spotted by climbers in the Italian Alps have been identified by UK scientists as belonging to prehistoric wild goats that died more than 7,000 years ago.…

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Read more about the article Japanese City To Sell Over GBP 700,000 Worth Of Precious Metals Harvested From Dead Bodies
Image shows the city of Kyoto, Japan, undated photo. Kyoto City authorities started an initiative to extract and sell precious metals used in dental treatments from the "remnant ash" after cremation. (Newsflash)

Japanese City To Sell Over GBP 700,000 Worth Of Precious Metals Harvested From Dead Bodies

The city of Kyoto in Japan is reportedly planning to sell the precious metals found in cremated bodies from things like denture fillings. Most Japanese people are cremated after they…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Find Ancient Roman Fridge With Food Leftovers In Bulgaria
Image shows an ancient fridge, undated photo. It was found in the post-ancient city of Novae, Bulgaria. (P. Dyczek/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Find Ancient Roman Fridge With Food Leftovers In Bulgaria

Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient 'fridge' that still contained food leftovers in a former Roman military camp in Bulgaria. The object, built from ceramic plates, was found in the Novae…

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Read more about the article Neanderthal Skull Reveals Secrets Of Ancient Community
The partial remains of a Neanderthal skull, undated. They were discovered at the Abric Romani site in Capellades, Spain. (IPHES-CERCA/Newsflash)

Neanderthal Skull Reveals Secrets Of Ancient Community

A newly unearthed Neanderthal skull has revealed how our ancient cousins could have been around for thousands of years longer than we think, say experts. The skull fragments were discovered…

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Read more about the article Melting Swiss Glacier Reveals Human Skulls And 50-Year-Old Plane Crash
Image shows the plain wreckage in the Swiss Alps in an undated photo. Switzerland's melting glaciers revealed the remains of a plane that crashed on Sunday, June 30, 1968. (Konkordiahuette/Newsflash)

Melting Swiss Glacier Reveals Human Skulls And 50-Year-Old Plane Crash

Global warming has revealed gruesome human skulls and parts of a crashed plane entombed beneath an Alpine glacier for more than 50 years. The Piper PA-28 Cherokee had not been…

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Read more about the article Extraordinary Discovery As Archaeologists Find Jaw Of First European Hominid
Parcial face of hominidus found in the archaeological site of Sima del Elefante, in Atapuerca, Spain, July 2022. (Maria Dolors Guillen-Equipo Inv Atapuerca/Newsflash)

Extraordinary Discovery As Archaeologists Find Jaw Of First European Hominid

Spanish archaeologists have made an astonishing discovery of what they believe is the lower jaw of possibly the oldest hominid ever found in Europe. The amazingly well-preserved body part -…

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Read more about the article Ancient Egypt Shrine And Statue Fragments Found At City That Once Housed Cleopatra’s Needle
A silicified sandstone pedestal of King Amasis (570525 BC) is also among the recovered artefacts from the ancient Egyptian city of Heliopolis. (Simon Connor/Newsflash)

Ancient Egypt Shrine And Statue Fragments Found At City That Once Housed Cleopatra’s Needle

Archaeologists researching the ancient temple city of Heliopolis have made remarkable discoveries documenting intense temple construction activities in Ancient Egypt. Heliopolis - which literally means City of the Sun -…

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Read more about the article Boffins Find Two New Prehistoric Dolphin Species – In Swiss Alps
Life restoration of the dolphins described in this study: Kentriodon in the foreground, in the background a squalodelphinid (left) and a physeterid (right) chasing a group of eurhinodelphinids. (Jaime Chirinos/Newsflash)

Boffins Find Two New Prehistoric Dolphin Species – In Swiss Alps

Scientists in Switzerland have discovered two previously unknown dolphin species that inhabited the area of today‚Äôs landlocked mountainous country 20 million years ago. Palaeontologists at the University of Zurich said…

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Read more about the article Baby Dinosaurs Found Inside Eggs Give New Clues To Evolution
Hadrosaurus Embryo from the Upper Cretaceous Hekou Formation found in Ganzhou Basin, Jiangxi Province, China. (Fujian Yingliang Stone Natural History Museum/AsiaWire)

Baby Dinosaurs Found Inside Eggs Give New Clues To Evolution

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The most complete embryos belonging to a duckbilled herbivorous dinosaur ever found have been unearthed by palaeontologists in China. The scientists - who published their findings in the journal BMC…

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