The Only Viable Recorded Loggerhead Sea Turtle Egg Laid This Year In Spain Hatches At Oceanarium

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Picture shows the only Loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) that managed to survive from the 31 eggs of the only nest this season in Spain, undated. The eggs were laid on July 26, 2022, on the beach of Guardamar del Segura, and of all the eggs translocated to the Valencian aquarium, only two were fertile. (Oceanografic de Valencia/Newsflash)

The sole surviving hatchling of the only loggerhead sea turtle nest found in Spain this year has greeted the world for the first time in a new video from the…

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Baby Octopuses Hatch From Flower In Adorable Video

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Octopus eggs hatching in 2018, in Virginia, located in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern regions of the United State. (@vaaquarium/Clipzilla)

https://youtu.be/6AK5x20FuFA @vaaquarium/Newsflash This delicate flower is actually a clutch of octopus eggs that are slowly seen hatching in a remarkable video. Clipzilla obtained the footage from Virginia Aquarium and it…

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Footage Shows 10 Years Of Lightning Bolts Zapping NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

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A lightning strike is recorded at Launch Complex 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida in May 2011. (NASA/Newsflash)

This NASA clip shows over 10 years of lightning bolts striking the protection system at Launch Pad 39B at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida: The US space agency said…

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New Ocean Going Dino Species Had Massive Tail To Swim At Speed

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Fossil of marine reptile with world's longest tail discovered in China. (Institute of Ancient Spine, Chinese Academy of Sciences/AsiaWire)

A previously unknown species of aquatic reptile which had the longest ever recorded tail has been discovered by scientists in China. The newly discovered prehistoric creature dubbed "Long-tailed Red River…

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Fly Trapped In Amber While Carrying Floral Gift For Partner Was A Real Love Bug

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A nuptial gift-giving Alavesia lanceolata preserved in Cretaceous amber. (Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences/AsiaWire)

A sex-mad fly trapped in amber 100 million years ago while on his way to tempt a mate with a floral gift has been hailed as the world's earliest recorded…

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Hubble Finds Planet Almost 12,000 Times Bigger Than Earth Slowly Forming

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Researchers were able to directly image newly forming exoplanet AB Aurigae b over a 13-year span using Hubble’s Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) and its Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrograph (NICMOS). In the top right, Hubble’s NICMOS image captured in 2007 shows AB Aurigae b in a due south position compared to its host star, which is covered by the instrument’s coronagraph. The image captured in 2021 by STIS shows the protoplanet has moved in a counterclockwise motion over time. (NASA, ESA, Thayne Currie (Subaru Telescope, Eureka Scientific Inc./Newsflash)

A massive new planet, nine times the size of Jupiter, is being formed in an intense and violent process, as recorded by NASA’s Hubble space telescope, challenging understandings about planetary…

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Randy Bird Performs Elaborate Mating Dance For Unimpressed Female That Promptly Flies Away

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Baby Victoria Rifle bird practices the mating dance in the Atherton Tablelands rainforest. (@travelandwildlifephotography/Newsflash)

This is the moment a randy bird performs an elaborate mating dance for an unimpressed female that promptly flies off in search of a better match. The video was shared…

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Hungry Cat Breaks Into Supermarket And Sneaks Behind Meat Counter For A Huge Feast

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The cat that entered delicatessen aisle in Carrefour, ate roasted meat in Istanbul, Turkey, 2021. (Newsflash)

This is the moment a hungry cat enjoys a feast after successfully sneaking into a supermarket and climbing into the meat counter. The cat was recorded munching on various cured…

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Flowing Lava From La Palma Volcano Sounds Like Broken Glass

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Lava flow sounds like ‘broken glass’ as it continues to move across open ground in La Palma, Canary Islands. (Instituto Geologico y Minero de Espana/Newsflash)

Scientists have recorded this sound made by lava oozing out of the volcano on the Spanish Canary Island of La Palma which they described as being not unlike the sound…

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