Scientists May Have Discovered New Law Of Nature In Rain

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The shaggy soft-haired mouse, found in this study to experience changes in size based on which side of the Andes Mountains the individual lives on. (Pablo Teta,SWNS/Newsflash)

A new law of nature could have been discovered as scientists think rain causes species to grow larger after an astonishing discovery in south America. The shaggy soft haired mouse…

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Bird That Lived 120 Million Years Ago Was First To Eat Fruit

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The Cretaceous bird Jeholornis pooping out seeds from fruit, helping fruit-bearing plants take over the world. Undated photo illustration. (Illustration by Zhixin Han and Yifan Wang,SWNS/Newsflash)

The earliest-known animal to eat fruit was an ancient bird that lived 120 million years ago, according to new research. Hundreds of animals eat fruit now, but most fruit-bearing plants…

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Flamingoes Return To Galapagos Island After 20-Year Gap

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Flamingos have been seen making the nests in Isla Rabida, in Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, July 2022. (Marvi Cordoba-PNG/Newsflash)

Flamingoes have returned to a Galapagos island 20 years after an invasion of rats forced them out. The return is the fruit of 12 years of painstaking efforts to eradicate…

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Dinosaur Extinction Slowed Down Evolution Of New Plants

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The large, woody fruits of the Manicaria saccifera palm that depend on large animals for their dispersal. (John Dransfield, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew/Newsflash)

The extinction of dinosaur had a significant impact on the development of plants, a new study has shown. Experts at the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) in the…

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Surprise Party For Gorillas In Spanish Zoo

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The celebration of the birthday of the gorillas Felix, 3, and Nalani, 16, in BIOPARC Valencia, in Spain, in April, 2022. (BIOPARC Valencia/Newsflash)

It was a double celebration complete with birthday gifts for two members of the Gorillas family at a Spanish zoo recently. Visitors watched as a birthday pair and other members…

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Coke-A-Nut: Cops Bust Colombian Drug Smugglers With 20,000 Coconuts Filled With Cocaine Set To Be Shipped To Europe

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Police seized liquid cocaine located inside 19,780 coconuts, in a container in the port of Cartagena, Colombia, headed for Genova , Italy, in January, 2022. (Fiscalia Colombia/Newsflash )

Colombian Police have discovered over 20,000 coconuts filled with liquid cocaine in a port that were set to be shipped to Europe a few hours later. The 504 canvas bags…

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2400 Year Old Baskets Filled With Fruit Discovered In A Burial Room In The Lost Sunken City Of Heracleion

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Archaeologists find wickerwork filled with grape seeds and doum fruit dating back to 4th century BC in the sunken city of Thônis-Heracleion

Archaeologists have discovered wicker baskets filled with fruit and Greek ceramic artefacts that have survived for over 2400 years in the sunken ruins of the ancient city of Thonis-Heracleion off…

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Vienna Zoo Residents Celebrate International World Watermelon Day

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Animals at the Tiergarten Schonbrunn Zoo located in Austria's capital Vienna enjoying watermelons on 3rd August 2021.

The video shows animals from an Austrian zoo celebrating International Watermelon Day by savouring the delicious summer fruit with their buddies. Residents from the Tiergarten Schonbrunn Zoo in Austria's capital…

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