Read more about the article Pigeons Get Vasectomies In Pest Crackdown
A veterinarian performs a sterilization surgery on a pigeon, in Bogota, Colombia, in November, 2022. The minimally invasive laparoscopy procedures were developed by the District Institute for Animal Protection and Welfare (IDPYBA) and the Antonio Narino University, as part of the framework for the care for free-roaming pigeons. (Secretaria Distrital de Ambiente/Newsflash)

Pigeons Get Vasectomies In Pest Crackdown

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Animal welfare officials in Colombia have begun giving pigeons vasectomies as a humane way to keep numbers down in the capital Bogota. The Institute for the Protection and Animal Welfare of Bogota (IDPYBA) announced that nine pigeons underwent the snip on 9th November. Mauricio Cano, of the…

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Read more about the article Archaeologists Discover Bronze Hand Dating Back 2,100 Years With Oldest Basque Inscription Ever
Image shows the bronze hand, undated photo. The discovery was made in Navarre, northern Spain. (Government of Navarre/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Discover Bronze Hand Dating Back 2,100 Years With Oldest Basque Inscription Ever

Archaeologists have discovered a bronze hand dating back 2,100 years and sporting the oldest known inscription in the Basque language that could shed light on its history. The discovery was made in Irulegi, a village near the Castle of Irulegi, which is located to the south of the city of…

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Read more about the article 5,300-Year-Old Ice Mummy Died In Spring And Not Autumn As Previously Believed
Image shows the investigation of Otzi in South Tyrol, Austria, undated photo. The South Tyrolean Museum of Archeology is the exhibition venue of the "Man from the Tisenjoch". (South Tyrol Museum of Archeology, EURAC, Samadelli, Staschitz/Newsflash)

5,300-Year-Old Ice Mummy Died In Spring And Not Autumn As Previously Believed

New research has suggested that Otzi the 5,300-year-old prehistoric iceman did not die in autumn before being preserved under winter snow, and instead had died in early spring on a high Alpine snow field. The Ice Age huntsman, considered one of the oldest and best-preserved mummies in the world, is…

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Read more about the article Two Dozen Bronze Statues Of Gods Dating Back 2,000 Years Found In Italian Thermal Spring
The photo shows one of the bronze statues, dating back to ancient Roman times, which archaeologists in Italy have found in thermal baths in Tuscany, undated photo. The statues were found over the last two weeks in San Casciano dei Bagni, a hilltop town about 160 kilometres (100 miles) north of Rome, Italy. (Ministero della Cultura/Newsflash)

Two Dozen Bronze Statues Of Gods Dating Back 2,000 Years Found In Italian Thermal Spring

These 24 intact bronze statues of ancient gods dating back 2,000 years have been retrieved from an Italian thermal spring, with experts saying that the discovery will "rewrite history". Archaeologists working the dig site also found 5,000 gold, silver and bronze coins, according to the Italian Ministry of Culture. The…

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Read more about the article Man Finds Iron-Age Viking Sword And Jewellery While Clearing Forest Undergrowth
Picture shows a Viking-era sword found in Janakkala, Finland, undated. A landowner clearing undergrowth in his forest, found a Viking-era sword, called the regional history association who then discovered jewellery an other items. (Reijo Hyvonen/Newsflash)

Man Finds Iron-Age Viking Sword And Jewellery While Clearing Forest Undergrowth

A man has found an Iron-Age Viking sword and jewellery while clearing some undergrowth in his forest in Finland, yet despite the fact that they suspect there are more treasures - the local heritage committee does not have the cash to dig them up. The man, who has not been…

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Read more about the article Serial Killer Looked Up Lethal Doses Online
Nurse Brenda Aguero, poses with unidentified woman, undated. She is accused of the death of at least five newborn babies between March and June of this year in Cordoba, Argentina. (Newsflash)

Serial Killer Looked Up Lethal Doses Online

A nurse accused of murdering five newborn babies and trying to kill eight more looked up lethal doses of potassium and insulin on the internet, said prosecutors in Argentina. Police found the deadly hunt in her computer search history after arresting suspect Brenda Aguero, who worked as a neo-natal nurse…

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Read more about the article Researchers Find Ancient Mayan City Hidden In Jungle By Using Laser Light
A LiDAR equipment image shows temples, palaces, housing complexes and landscape, terraces and canals, of a city buried underground at Calakmul in Campeche, Mexico, undated. The technology enabled scientists to corroborate that this ancient Mayan city was one of the largest in America, more than 1,300 years ago. (INAH/Newsflash)

Researchers Find Ancient Mayan City Hidden In Jungle By Using Laser Light

Researchers have discovered a huge Mayan settlement hidden under a jungle in Mexico by using laser imaging. The numerous temples, houses, terraces and canals were detected at the Calakmul archaeological site in the state of Campeche, in Mexico. National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) researchers used LiDAR (laser imaging,…

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Read more about the article UK Institution Donates Nearly 20,000-Bird Collection To Austrian Museum
Image shows the Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops), undated photo. The British Harrison Institute in Sevenoaks, England will donated 19,000 birds to the Natural History Museum Vienna in Austria on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022. (Robbie Bright/Newsflash)

UK Institution Donates Nearly 20,000-Bird Collection To Austrian Museum

A British research and charity institution has donated its enormous bird specimen collection to one of the leading natural history museums of Central Europe. The Natural History Museum Vienna (NHM) has announced that it received the Harrison Institute Bird Collection - a Kent-based charity - consisting of 19,000 birds of…

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Read more about the article Teacher Who Draws Amazing Whiteboard History Portraits Like The Queen Says Kids Today Need Visual Stimuli
Picture shows the blackboard about the British monarchy featuring Queen Elizabeth, drawn by the teacher in Malaga, Spain, undated. (@pinceladadehistoriaoficial/Newsflash)

Teacher Who Draws Amazing Whiteboard History Portraits Like The Queen Says Kids Today Need Visual Stimuli

A teacher who draws these amazing whiteboard history portraits like that of the late Queen Elizabeth II says that the visual stimuli helps kids today to retain information better. https://youtu.be/hST95tIdDlk @pinceladadehistoriaoficial/Newsflash Sofia Gonzalez Gil, 36, a teacher from Malaga province in southern Spain's Costa del Sol, began to draw themed…

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Read more about the article Search For Suspect Who Painted Menhir Stone Like Those Made By Obelix White
The menhir of La Lancha after it was painted white, in Arcos, Spai, undated. Picture shows the 5,000-year-old megalithic landmark was whitewashing. (entornoajerez.com/Newsflash)

Search For Suspect Who Painted Menhir Stone Like Those Made By Obelix White

A search is underway for a suspect who whitewashed history by painting a 5.000 year-old-menhir completely white. Menhir's started appearing in the middle Bronze Age and are most commonly found in western Europe, in particular in Ireland, Great Britain and Britanny, where there are about 50,000 examples. Britanny was also…

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