World Of The Ice Giants: Study Shows How Water Flowed 140 Metres Uphill To Form Planets Biggest Ice Cave

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The ice cave Eisriesenwelt in Austria. (Eisriesenwelt/Newsflash)

New research has revealed how water once flowed 140 metres uphill to form the "world's largest ice cave" in Austria, which is estimated to be between five and 10 million…

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Even After Being Adopted By Other Elephants, Calves Orphaned By Poaching Have Lower Chances Of Survival

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Mother elephant with her calf in the Samburu National Reserve, northern Kenya.

Studies have found that even after an orphaned elephant is adopted into a new herd after losing its parents to poaching its chances of survival remain poor compared to those…

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Pressure Growing To Call Chinese Pandas Hong And Kong

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These blind and almost hairless Panda twins are at the centre of a political row after a campaign was started to have them named Hong and Kong in protest at Chinas brutal crackdown on the former British colony

These blind and almost hairless Panda twins are at the centre of a political row after a campaign was started to have them named Hong and Kong in protest at…

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