Derelict Rail Station Has Become Home To Hundreds of Wild Bee Species

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Image shows rare steppe-bee Camptopoeum frontale in an undated photo. The Natural History Museum of Vienna in Austria reported on a rare wild bee species site Breitenlee on Monday, Sep. 5, 2022. (Sylvia Wanzenbock/Newsflash)

A derelict World War I era railway station in Vienna is to be studied by biologists to unlock the secrets of wild bee communities, it has emerged. More than 450…

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Hundreds Of Rare Knuckle Bones Engraved With Names Of Gods And Used In Divination Discovered In Ancient City

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Dr. Lee Perry-Gal poses holding the gaming dice in an undated photo. A rare assemblage of knuckle bones for gaming and divination was discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. (Yoli Schwartz, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Five hundred and thirty rare knuckle bones that were engraved with the names of gods and used for divination have been discovered in the ancient city of Maresha. Known as…

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World’s Biggest Chocolate Factory Back In Business After Salmonella Horror

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Barry Callebaut, the largest chocolate factory in the world located in Belgium, destroys hundreds of tons of chocolate after the discovery of salmonella. (Newsflash)

The world's biggest chocolate factory is back in business after a salmonella outbreak forced it to destroy hundreds of tonnes of chocs. The Barry Callebaut factory - which supplies huge…

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Mexico Recovers Hundreds Of Priceless Treasures From USA

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One of the items recovered by Mexican authorities in an undated photo. They were given by the US authorities. (INAH/Newsflash)

Mexico has recovered more than 400 archaeological treasures dating back hundreds of years after they were seized in the US. The 428 artefacts include arrowheads, spear tips and knives plus…

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World’s Biggest Choc Factory’s In Meltdown

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Barry Callebaut, the largest chocolate factory in the world located in Belgium, destroys hundreds of tons of chocolate after the discovery of salmonella. (Newsflash)

The world's biggest chocolate factory has destroyed hundreds of tonnes of chocs over a deadly salmonella outbreak. The Barry Callebaut chocolate factory - which supplies huge brands like Nestle -…

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Tourists Caught Smuggling Hundreds Of Seashells And Tonnes Of Sand Out Of Italy

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Some of the stones shells taken from German tourists caught by police and customs at Cagliari airport, Italy, in June, 2022. (Guardia di Finanza/Newsflash)

Holidaymakers trying to steal hundreds of pebbles and seashells, as well as sand from the Italian island Sardinia, are set for hefty fines. Local police have revealed that they discovered…

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Customs Dog Sniffs Out Hundreds Of Endangered Seahorses

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Customs dog found 844 dried seahorses weighing a total of around five kilograms at Leipzig-Halle Airport in June 2022. (Hauptzollamt Dresden/Newsflash)

Customs officers found nearly 1,000 endangered seahorses being smuggled through an airport to be used as 'natural viagra' by bogus healers. The dried seahorses had been stashed in a freight…

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Scientists Create World’s Largest Chimp DNA Genome From Poop

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Given the almost complete absence of chimpanzee fossils, the genetic information from current populations is crucial for describing their evolutionary history, according to German and Spanish scientists. (Pixabay/Newsflash)

An international team of experts has compiled the world's largest wild chimp genomic catalogue by sequencing DNA found in hundreds of samples of ape poo. The team was led by…

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New Massive Aid Project Launched To Feed Animals At Hundreds Of Shelters Across Ukraine With Over 100K Dogs And Cats Fed So Far

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The global animal organization FOUR PAWS has provided a new platform for distributing food and supplies to animal shelters in Ukraine. (FOUR PAWS, Animal ID/Newsflash)

A new massive aid project has been launched to feed animals at hundreds of shelters across Ukraine, with the organisation having already fed over 100,000 dogs and cats. The global…

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Mystery Of Mexican Mass Bird Deaths Solved

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Hundreds of migratory birds in Cuauhtemoc, Mexico, found dead on the street, in February, 2022. (CEN)

The mystery of the viral video showing the sudden death of around 100 yellow-headed blackbirds in Mexico has now been solved. The mass death took place in the residential suburb…

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