Read more about the article Scientists Use Bacteria To Predict EURO 2024 Results
Image shows the Cantonal Hospital Baden, Switzerland, undated photo. It used bacteria to predict EURO 2024 winners. (KSB/Newsflash)

Scientists Use Bacteria To Predict EURO 2024 Results

Scientists in Switzerland have begun a bizarre experiment using bacteria to predict their team's results in the EURO 2024 tournament. Microbiologists at the Baden Cantonal Hospital (KSB) allow the bugs…

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Read more about the article Experts Use GPS To Track Rare Wild Ibises And Trace Their Poachers
Image shows Enea breeding on the windowsill of the Harley-Davidson dealership in Ruemlang, Switzerland, undated photo. The bird was found dead in Tuscany, Italy, on Mar. 17, 2024. (C. Esterer/Newsflash)

Experts Use GPS To Track Rare Wild Ibises And Trace Their Poachers

Experts are now using GPS tracking systems to keep an eye on rare wild ibises and hunt down poachers. The birds are considered to be some of the world's most…

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Read more about the article Fearless Scientist Stepped On Deadly Snakes To Find Out How They Bite
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Fearless Scientist Stepped On Deadly Snakes To Find Out How They Bite

A scientist has revealed how he stepped on some of the most deadly snakes in the world thousands of times to discover just how and when they bite. Behavioural biologist…

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Read more about the article Antarctic’s ‘Stable’ Glaciers Are Melting From Below, New Study Shows
Image shows a sediment core from East Antarctica, undated photo. Polarstern will return to its porn in Bremerhaven, Germany, after a six-month-long Antarctic mission. (Alfred Wegener Institute, Lester Lembke-Jene/Newsflash)

Antarctic’s ‘Stable’ Glaciers Are Melting From Below, New Study Shows

Huge glaciers once thought to be stable in eastern Antarctica are melting from below as warmer water flows erode their roots, a new scientific study has revealed. The six-month study…

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Read more about the article Bug Boffins Find Missing Link Wasp In 100-Million-Year-Old Amber
Image shows the 100-million-year-old wasp, undated photo. It was preserved in a small piece of amber from Myanmar. (MDPI/Newsflash)

Bug Boffins Find Missing Link Wasp In 100-Million-Year-Old Amber

Bug experts in Germany and France have unearthed a missing link wasp species trapped in a piece of amber around 100 million years ago that was found in Myanmar. Entomologists…

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Read more about the article Flying Frogs Camouflage Themselves As Poo To Avoid Being Eaten By Predators Says Study
Image shows a young Wallace's flying frog, undated photo. A study from the University of Vienna, Austria, showed that the species camouflages as faeces to avoid being eaten by predators. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

Flying Frogs Camouflage Themselves As Poo To Avoid Being Eaten By Predators Says Study

New research by the world's oldest zoo has revealed that a species of flying frog disguises itself as poo in order to avoid being eaten by predators. The study, led…

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Read more about the article Scientists Learn To ‘Talk’ To Cute Meerkats Using Recordings Of The Noises They Make
Image shows meerkats, undated photo. Researchers study how the species communicate at the Zurich Zoo, Switzerland. (Zurich Zoo, Enzo Franchini/Newsflash)

Scientists Learn To ‘Talk’ To Cute Meerkats Using Recordings Of The Noises They Make

Cute pack of meerkats assembles after a scientist plays their distinctive cry of warning on a small loudspeaker for research purposes. In the footage from Zurich Zoo from 20th September…

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Read more about the article Jurassic Park-Style Revival For Extinct Butterfly, Say Scientists
Photo shows illustration of the butterfly Xerces Blue on a plant it used to feed Acmispon glaber. Researchers have found the genome of the butterfly. (Marti Franch-CSIC/Newsflash)

Jurassic Park-Style Revival For Extinct Butterfly, Say Scientists

Genetics experts have revealed how they could be able to bring an extinct butterfly back from the dead in a Jurassic Park-style revival. Experts at Spain's National Research Council say…

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