Adriatic Ecosystems Withstand Major Climate Shifts But Wither Under Human Impact

Human activities rather than climate change are having a more devastating effect on mollusk communities according to new research. An

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Hitler Sculpture On Show As Part Of Tribute To Jew Who Fled Nazis At 16, Served In US Navy And Became Major Art Collector

Adolf Hitler has gone on display at the Jewish Museum in Vienna as part of a project focusing on the

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Austrian Scientists Find Worlds First Proof Of Fossilised Squid Cartilage Using Home Office To Work In

A team of experts and science enthusiasts led by a married couple of palaeontologists who managed to keep working by

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2,000 Year Old Device Found On Seabed Could Have Been Designed By Archimedes Says Brit UCL Expert

A mysterious mechanical device made more than 2,000 years ago to track the movements of heavenly bodies that was so

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How Cross-Dressing Knights Of Old Showed Off Their Lances

Armoured knights used bizarre upturned codpieces to attract woman at parties, a new exhibition of medieval clothing has revealed. And

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Mammoth Fossils From Ancient Slaughterhouse Go On Show

An Austrian museum will exhibit unique fossils of mammoths, woolly rhinos and cave lions from the last ice age found

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Mystery Over Stolen Egyptian Sarcophagus Made Of Gold And Sold To Metropolitan Museum Of Art In NYC Solved In Hamburg

The mystery surrounding a stolen ancient golden Egyptian sarcophagus that was sold to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New

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Prehistoric Giant Sloths Had A Chainmail Armour Made Of A Bone Mesh To Stop Predators Sinking Their Teeth Into Them

Prehistoric giant sloths had a chainmail-like armour made of a bone mesh embedded in their skin to stop predators sinking

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