Read more about the article World’s Heaviest Sunfish Weighing Over 2.7t Found On Atlantic Beach
Picture shows the worlds largest Ocean sunfish (Mola mola), undated. It weighs 2744 kilogrammes, found in Azores, Portugal. (Atlantic Naturalist Association/CEN )

World’s Heaviest Sunfish Weighing Over 2.7t Found On Atlantic Beach

Boffins were left stunned after discovering the world's heaviest bony fish weighing over 2.7 tonnes on a beach in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The massive sunfish weighed 2,744…

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Read more about the article Critically-Endangered Birds Laying Eggs On Galapagos
A mangrove finch (Camarhynchus heliobates) in an undated photo. The bird is a part of the efforts for conservation of the mangrove finch in Puerto Ayora, Ecuador. ( Charles Darwin Foundation /Newsflash)

Critically-Endangered Birds Laying Eggs On Galapagos

These critically-endangered birds are making a comeback in the Galapagos Islands. Experts from the Charles Darwin Foundation (CDF) and the Galapagos National Park Directorate who formed part of The Mangrove…

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Read more about the article Secret Tomb Of Ancient Egyptian General Unearthed
The tomb of an ancient Egyptian commander of foreign soldiers named Wahbire-merry-Neith was uncovered by a Czech archaeological mission from Charles University in Abusir near Saqqara, Egypt. (The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities/Newsflash)

Secret Tomb Of Ancient Egyptian General Unearthed

The secret tomb of an ancient Egyptian general who ran an army of foreign mercenaries has been unearthed by archaeologists. Egyptian military official Wahibre-mery-Neith was in charge of recruiting soldiers…

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Read more about the article Boffins Identify New Species Of Giant Tortoise In Galapagos Islands
The species of giant tortoise that inhabits San Cristobal Island, beloved to be Chelonoidis chathamensis, was found to genetically corresponds to a different species, not yet described, which was believed to be extinct since the beginning of the 20th century. (Parque Nacional Galapagos/Newsflash)

Boffins Identify New Species Of Giant Tortoise In Galapagos Islands

Boffins have identified a new species of giant tortoise in the Galapagos Islands. The species of giant tortoise that inhabits San Cristobal Island, which is the easternmost island in the…

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Read more about the article Coastguard Seizes 260,000 Amphetamine Pills With Inverted Swastika Symbol After They Wash Up On Shore
Greek Coast Guards seized 260,000 Amphetamine pills with Swastika symbol in Rhodes. (Hellenic Coast Guard/Newsflash)

Coastguard Seizes 260,000 Amphetamine Pills With Inverted Swastika Symbol After They Wash Up On Shore

The Greek coastguard has seized over 260,000 amphetamine pills bearing an 'inverted swastika' symbol after they washed up on shore. The Greek authorities are investigating after numerous bags of the…

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Read more about the article Four New Viruses Discovered In Rare Giant Tortoises In The Galapagos Islands After COVID-Style Tests
Illustrative image: Scientists discover novel viruses in Galapagos giant tortoises. (Juan Manuel García, CDF/Newsflash)

Four New Viruses Discovered In Rare Giant Tortoises In The Galapagos Islands After COVID-Style Tests

Four new viruses have been discovered in giant tortoises is in the Galapagos Islands after 454 of the animals underwent COVID-style testing. The research showed that the infected animals live…

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Read more about the article Canary Islands Approves Use Of COVID Passports To Visit Tourist Bars And Restaurants
A sign notifying establishments are obliged to verify if their clients have the COVID-19 passport in order to enter in the Balearic Islands. (Newsflash)

Canary Islands Approves Use Of COVID Passports To Visit Tourist Bars And Restaurants

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The Canary Islands’ Superior Court has approved the use of the COVID Vaccine Passport for bars and restaurants in holiday hotspots across all the islands. The Superior Court of Justice…

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Read more about the article Fines Of Up To EUR 600,000 For Breaking COVID Passport Rules In Spains Balearic Islands
A sign notifying establishments are obliged to verify if their clients have the COVID-19 passport in order to enter in the Balearic Islands. (Newsflash)

Fines Of Up To EUR 600,000 For Breaking COVID Passport Rules In Spains Balearic Islands

Breaking the rules when it comes to the COVID passport in Spain's Balearic Islands could land offenders with a whopping EUR-600,000 fine. The COVID passport will be necessary when going…

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