Long-Lost American Shipwreck Identified By Analyzing Timbers

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Lead author Ignacio Mundo measures one of the ships ribs in preparation for sampling, in an undated photo. The rings revealed the wreckage off the coast of Argentina that is the remains of the Dolphin, an American whaling ship lost in 1859 some 10,000 miles from home. (Mnica Grosso,SWNS/Newsflash)

A shipwreck has been finally identified as a whaler lost more than 160 years ago after scientists analysed TREE RINGS in the rotting timber. The rings revealed the wreckage off…

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Eerie Moment Urban Explorer Finds Dead Squid And Shark In Abandoned Aquarium

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Juliette, 24, posing in front of a shark in the abandoned aquarium in Spain. (@juju_urbex/Newsflash)

This is the moment an urban explorer enters an abandoned aquarium in Spain and finds a dead squid on the floor and a rotting shark in a tank. The eerie…

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Vets Use Skin From Frostbitten Tiger Cubs Leg To Replace Rotting Flesh On Her Face

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An emaciated tiger cub with severe frostbite and a lower jaw injury was taken to operation in the veterinary clinic in the rehabilitation centre in Primorsky Krai, Russia, in December 2021. (Oleg Kabalik/Newsflash)

This severely malnourished tiger cub that ended up with severe frostbite and on the verge of death has been rescued after it was separated from its mother and probably attacked…

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Half Tonne Of Rotting, Maggot And Mold Infested Bushmeat From Africa Seized By Airport Customs

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Cologne customs prevented smuggling of 'Bushmeat' (Galago) from Nigeria. (Hauptzollamt Koln/Newsflash)

German airport Customs have seized half a tonne of rotting African primate, porcupine and antelope 'bushmeat' infested with mold and maggots and hidden between clothes and medicine in packages from…

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Rotting Naked Body Of Missing Teen Found On Roadside Surrounded By Vultures

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Jennifer Eduarda da Cruz Blimblem, 18, whose body was sound by police on 30th September, after s resident noticed the presence of vultures in a ditch, she had been missing since the 24th September, in Avare, Brazil.

The rotting naked body of a missing teen woman has been found on a roadside surrounded by vultures. A local resident called the police after he spotted several vultures in…

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Possibly Worlds Oldest Car Worth Millions Sold For Peanuts After Found Rotting In Shed

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A unnamed pensioner, 86, sold a car while cleaning the garage for several hundred euros in Leipzig, Germany, in March, 2021, experts have appraised it as at least 130 years old.

One of the world's oldest cars that could be worth millions has been snapped up for a few hundred euros after it was found gathering dust in a garage in…

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Locals Climb Body Of Rotting Humpback Whale And Pose For Snaps Inside Its Mouth

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The dead whale in Comodoro Rivadavia in Argentina, in August 2021.

These images show how Argentine locals defy officials that warned of the risk of disease by climbing on top of a dead humpback whale, even posing inside its mouth for…

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Customs Seize Stinking Suitcase With Rotting Deer Skulls At German Airport

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The three rooting deеr skulls seized at the Dusseldorf Airport in Germany.

Customs officials at a German airport have seized an elderly hunter’s luggage after an X-ray showed three rotting deer heads inside. After detecting a strange smell coming from a 64-year-old…

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Mum, 76, Arrested After Asking Authorities What To Do About Rotting Sons Smelly Corpse

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The exterior of the apartment of Toshiko Ujibe, 76, called emergency services to ask for advice about the unpleasant odor coming her son’s corpse on Monday (24 May) morning in Hiroshima City, Japan.

A 76-year-old woman has been arrested after calling the emergency services to seek advice for the foul smell coming from her son’s rotting corpse after he died earlier this month.…

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Bizarre Dead Fish Museum Exhibits At Risk Of Rotting From Lack Of Funding

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The picture shows different fish species in the Fish Museum in Istanbul, Turkey

Hundreds of dead fish preserved in chemicals in aquariums on show at Istanbul's bizarre 'Fish Museum' are at risk of rotting from neglect. Located in the district of Fatih in…

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