Read more about the article World’s Oldest Person Is 115-Year-Old Spanish Woman Who Remembers WWI
Spanish Maria Branyas, 115, blows out birthday candles in undated photo. She becomes the oldest person in the world when French nun Lucile Randon, aged 118, died in Toulon, France, on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023. (@MariaBranyas112/Newsflash)

World’s Oldest Person Is 115-Year-Old Spanish Woman Who Remembers WWI

A 115-year-old woman living in Spain has become the world's oldest person following the death of French nun Lucile Randon. Maria Branyas Morera from Olot, Catalonia, took over when Lucile…

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Read more about the article Animals At The World’s Oldest Zoo Overjoyed Over First Snow Cover In The City
Image shows a Siberian tiger, undated photo. Animals at the Tiergarten Schonbrunn zoo, in Vienna, Austria, were overjoyed about the first snow in December 2022. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Animals At The World’s Oldest Zoo Overjoyed Over First Snow Cover In The City

The adorable footage shows the animals at the world's oldest zoo enjoying the city's first cover of snow as the Austrian capital gets transformed into a winter wonderland. The Tiergarten…

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Read more about the article World’s Oldest Zoo Celebrates 270th Anniversary With Adorable New Squirrel Monkey Babies
Image shows a squirrel monkey with its offspring, undated photo. The Tiergarten Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna, Austria celebrated its 270th anniversary. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

World’s Oldest Zoo Celebrates 270th Anniversary With Adorable New Squirrel Monkey Babies

The self-styled world's oldest zoo in Vienna has celebrated its 20th anniversary with the addition of numerous babies from a variety of species - the latest being these adorable newborn…

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Read more about the article Oldest Live Birth Of Snake Dating Back 47 Million Years Discovered
Image shows the Messel boa (Messelophis variatus) which is the world's first fossil record of a viviparous snake, undated photo. It was discovered by an Argentine-German research team. (Senckenberg/Newsflash)

Oldest Live Birth Of Snake Dating Back 47 Million Years Discovered

A team of scientists has discovered what they say is the first evidence in the world – dating back 47 million years – of a snake giving birth to its…

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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…

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Read more about the article Cute Creatures Are Visitors’ Favourites
Image shows meerkats at the Vienna Zoo, Austria, undated photo. They were considered amongst the visitor's most favourite animals. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Cute Creatures Are Visitors’ Favourites

The world's oldest zoo has declared its cute colony of meerkats its visitors' favourite animals. Footage released by Austria's Schoenbrunn Zoo in Vienna to celebrate their status shows the adorable…

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Read more about the article UNESCO World Heritage Site Revealed As One Of Oldest Neanderthal Archaeological Locations
Picture shows Equus molar teeth found at the Galeria de las Estatuas site, in Atapuerca, Spain, undated. The the dating of fossil teeth shows it could be one of the oldest Neanderthal sites in Spain. (CENIEH/Newsflash)

UNESCO World Heritage Site Revealed As One Of Oldest Neanderthal Archaeological Locations

An archaeological site listed as a UNESCO World Heritage could be one of the oldest Neanderthal excavation sites in Spain with a new study saying it could date back 115,000…

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