Read more about the article Austrian Zoo Welcomes Several Adorable Squirrel Monkey Babies
One of the several squirrel monkey offspring that were recently born in the Vienna Zoo in Austria. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Austrian Zoo Welcomes Several Adorable Squirrel Monkey Babies

The world's oldest zoo is celebrating the recent birth of several adorable squirrel monkeys after the arrival of adult females from England that quickly became pregnant. The cute little baby monkeys are still clinging quite literally to their mothers' backs as they get used to the world around them before…

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Read more about the article Czech Mans Dog Finds Hundreds Of King Wenceslas Silver Coins
The clay jar with coins from the 14th century found by the female dog Masa in Usti in Vsetin District in the Czech Republic.

Czech Mans Dog Finds Hundreds Of King Wenceslas Silver Coins

Czech archaeologists have unveiled what they are hailing as one of the most significant finds in the country's recent history of a clay pot containing hundreds of King Wenceslas silver coins - that were dug up by a dog. The Czech dog walker, who was not named, was passing through…

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Read more about the article Ancient Footprints Found In The 1960s Confirmed To Have Been Made By People Living 5,000 Years Ago
Picture shows the footprints that were found in the Kula Volcanic Geopark, listed as a UNESCO Global Geopark, in Kula in the western Turkish province of Manisa, have been found to be 5,000 years old

Ancient Footprints Found In The 1960s Confirmed To Have Been Made By People Living 5,000 Years Ago

Human footprints found during the construction of a Turkish dam in 1960 are 5,000 years old according to recent reserach. The footprints were found in the Kula Volcanic Geopark, listed as a UNESCO Global Geopark, in Kula in the western Turkish province of Manisa. A team of experts from Hacettepe…

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Read more about the article Bookworm Regrets Buying Cat Book With 136 Pages Of The Word Meow
Man regrets about buying discounted book where only the word meow is written

Bookworm Regrets Buying Cat Book With 136 Pages Of The Word Meow

A Malaysian bookworm is likely to read book descriptions better in the future after regretting his recent purchase of cat novel 'Meow' consisting of 136 pages filled with the same single word. The tragicomic moment was shared online by Twitter user 'Nabilfikran10' on 14th November after he bought the book…

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Read more about the article French Condom Sales Flaccid But Record High Preg Tests
Before isolation, sales for both products had been steadily

French Condom Sales Flaccid But Record High Preg Tests

At least part of the mystery of what French people are doing during isolation has been solved after a recent study revealed they are buying a lot less condoms and a record number of pregnancy tests. Since isolation started due to the coronavirus, condom sales are in free fall in…

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Read more about the article The French Are Drinking Less Bordeaux Wine And More Beer
The President of the Interprofessional Council of Bordeaux Wine (Conseil interprofessionnel du vin de Bordeaux; CIVB) - the Bordeaux Wine Bureau, Bernard Farges (pictured), is worried. He says: "We have lost a fifth of our volume in France in five years.

The French Are Drinking Less Bordeaux Wine And More Beer

Recent statistics released by the Bordeaux Wine Bureau have revealed that the French are increasingly more likely to choose a pint of beer over a bottle of claret but sales have been boosted by Brits who cannot get enough of it. The wine-producing country has seen its lowest sales of…

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Read more about the article Russian Humanoid Fedor Snubs Indian Female Counterpart
Half-humanoid astronaut from India

Russian Humanoid Fedor Snubs Indian Female Counterpart

Russia's first humanoid robot Fedor has snubbed ‘his’ Indian female counterpart Vyommitra after ‘her’ recent unveiling, saying that after seeing her he is "convinced it is better to go into space on my own". The life-sized Skybot F-850 robot, that has its own Twitter account to communicate with his fans,…

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Read more about the article Bookworms Turn Nobel-Winning Writer Into Lego
Lego Olga Tokarczuk made by Przemek Staron

Bookworms Turn Nobel-Winning Writer Into Lego

Book fans have created a series of Lego scenes involving popular author and recent Nobel Literature winner Olga Tokarczuk. The initiative was the brainchild of three men dubbed AFOL (Adult Fans of Lego) who wanted to honour the 57-year-old Polish academic and author of ‘Flights’ after she won the 2018…

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Read more about the article German Dies In Caribbean After Mystery Tourist Deaths
German tourist Romona Kittler

German Dies In Caribbean After Mystery Tourist Deaths

A German tourist has died in the Dominican Republic following the deaths of 13 US citizens in mysterious circumstances on the holiday island in recent months. Ramona Kittler, 54, was holidaying in the four-star Costa Caribe hotel on the Caribbean island with her husband Guenther, 61, when she started to…

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