Read more about the article New Species Of Predator Dinosaur Dating Back 90 Million Years Discovered
An artistic representation of the Elemgasem nubilus, undated. Scientists found the fossil remains of a new species of dinosaurs in the province of Neuquen, Argentina. ( Abel German Montes/Newsflash)

New Species Of Predator Dinosaur Dating Back 90 Million Years Discovered

A new species of dinosaur dating back 90 million years has been discovered in Argentina. The discovery was unearthed near the city of Plaza Huincul, in the province of Neuquen, in central Argentina. Newsflash obtained a statement from Argentina's National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) on Monday, 5th…

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Read more about the article Cute Bear Siblings Kept Separate At Zoo Meet For 1st Time In Sanctuary
Photo shows the first contact between rescued bears Sam and Jamila in the Arosa Bear Sanctuary in Switzerland on Monday, Aug. 8, 2022. The two rescued siblings met for the first time ever after previously being kept separately in a zoo in North Macedonia. (Stiftung Arosa Baren, VIER PFOTEN/Newsflash)

Cute Bear Siblings Kept Separate At Zoo Meet For 1st Time In Sanctuary

Two cute bear siblings that were kept separate at a zoo in Skopje have met for the first time after being brought together at a sanctuary. Adorable footage shows the bears playing together for the first time after they were moved from Skopje Zoo in North Macedonia to the Arosa…

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Read more about the article Scientists Develop Honey-Based Bee DNA Test To Monitor Hive Health
Illustrative image: Honeybee harvesting pollen and carrying it to its pollen basket. (Yannis Varouhakis (instagram.com/varouhakis)/Newsflash)

Scientists Develop Honey-Based Bee DNA Test To Monitor Hive Health

Scientists have developed an innovative method to examine DNA traces in honey which could help with the early identification of health problems in a hive as a deadly new disease variant cuts a swathe through global populations. The new test will be able to help identify potential diseases like the…

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Read more about the article Honeybee Populations Could Be Wiped Out Worldwide By Wing Plague
A picture showing honeycomb from a beehive by the Martin Luther University Halle located in the German town of Wittenberg. (Uni Halle, Markus Scholz/Newsflash)

Honeybee Populations Could Be Wiped Out Worldwide By Wing Plague

The global honeybee population could be endangered by a newly discovered deadly virus, a leading scientist has warned. Prof Dr Robert Paxton from Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (MLU) in the German city of Halle, Lower Saxony, warns that the latest variant of the Deformed Wing Virus has the potential…

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Read more about the article Urgent Action Required To Protect Worlds Coral Reefs From Disappearing Within Three Decades, Warn Experts
An illustrative image of a coral reef. (IntelliReefs/Newsflash)

Urgent Action Required To Protect Worlds Coral Reefs From Disappearing Within Three Decades, Warn Experts

Scientists are proposing to expand the number of coral reefs sanctuaries to preserve species of marine life vital to local human populations and to stop them from disappearing within as little as three decades. They have offered six measures to be adopted by governments to help reefs continue to thrive…

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Read more about the article NASA Tracks Earths Forest Canopy From Space
Illustrative image: A view of Siuslaw National Forest in Oregon, the USA. (Steven Sobieszczyk, U.S. Geological Survey/Newsflash)

NASA Tracks Earths Forest Canopy From Space

NASA has announced that it has made a near-global estimate of forest biomass and the carbon it stores, thanks to its Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI). Until now, scientists had faced a significant gap in data on climate change by not having this information to hand. With the data produced…

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Read more about the article Study Warns Amazon Is Near Tipping Point Of Transitioning From Rainforest To Savanna
A picture of the Amazon rainforest. (Ivars Utinans, Unsplash/Newsflash)

Study Warns Amazon Is Near Tipping Point Of Transitioning From Rainforest To Savanna

Researchers analysing changes in vegetation biomass have warned that the Amazon rainforest risks transitioning to savanna, with dire consequences for global warming. The vast Amazon rainforest covers 2,100,000 square miles in nine different nations. It counts for over half of the world's rainforest and is the largest and most biodiverse…

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Read more about the article Kate Middleton And Queen Letizia Pictured As Victims Of Domestic Violence In Shocking Campaign
The latest campaign by Italian artist Alexsandro Palombo, exhibited on International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, 25th November, in Paris, France. (Newsflash)

Kate Middleton And Queen Letizia Pictured As Victims Of Domestic Violence In Shocking Campaign

An Italian artist has used doctored images of Kate Middleton and Spain's Queen Letizia to make it look as if they are victims of domestic violence as part of a campaign to highlight the issue. The posters were created by Italian artist Alexsandro Palombo, who has launched a campaign to…

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Read more about the article Experts Say Global Warming Could Disrupt Winds That Are Crucial To Birds Crossing Hundreds Of Miles Of Open Water
A dark morph Eleonora's falcon flying off Alegranza islet in the Atlantic Ocean. Despite being powerful flyers, Nourani et al. show that falcons are highly selective of supportive winds during trans-oceanic migration.

Experts Say Global Warming Could Disrupt Winds That Are Crucial To Birds Crossing Hundreds Of Miles Of Open Water

GPS data reveals that large migratory birds depend on uplift wind to cross oceans bringing into question how climate change will affect the ability of birds such as falcons and buzzards to cross hundreds of miles of open water without resting or eating. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of…

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Read more about the article Futuristic Underwater Farm Where Crops Grow In Alien Like Pods Could Be Future Of Farming
A view inside an underwater biosphere on Nemo's farm showing a planet growing deep under the surface of the sea.

Futuristic Underwater Farm Where Crops Grow In Alien Like Pods Could Be Future Of Farming

This futuristic biosphere farm built 30-feet below the waves is growing strawberry, basil and lettuce without soil or pesticides, offering a glimpse into the future as global warming makes traditional farming increasingly challenging. The 'Nemo's Garden' project is the brainchild of Sergio Gamberini, owner of the scuba diving company Ocean…

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