Read more about the article 152-Million-Year-Old Flying Dino With Deadly Hooked Teeth Unearthed
Image shows an illustrative image of the new species of pterosaur, undated photo. Scientists from the UK and Germany discovered that the prehistoric animal had more than 400 teeth. (Megan Jacobs/Newsflash)

152-Million-Year-Old Flying Dino With Deadly Hooked Teeth Unearthed

A new species of flying dinosaur with 400 tiny hooked teeth has been unearthed by British scientists. The bizarre-looking pterosaur - which dates back 152 million years to T-Rex's Jurassic…

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Read more about the article Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media
Image shows the newly discovered species Drosera atrata (black sundew) which has the darkest flower color of any sundew species, undated photo. This rare species occurs in very few individuals where it grows and is therefore endangered. (Andreas Fleischmann, SNSB-BSM/Newsflash)

Scientists Discover New Carnivorous Plants On Social Media

Scientists have discovered new carnivorous plant species in Australia after analysing social media photos taken by amateur photographers. The Australian-German research team - led by botanist Andreas Fleischmann from the…

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Read more about the article Ancient Greeks Married First Cousins To Protect Their Estates
Image shows Bronze Age family harvesting grain, undated photo. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, got new insights into Bronze Age marriage rules and family structures in Greece. (Nikola Nevenov/Newsflash)

Ancient Greeks Married First Cousins To Protect Their Estates

Ancient Greeks kept their estates and farmlands together by arranging for first cousins to marry each other, a new study has revealed. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary…

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Read more about the article 35 Million-Year-Old Flower Gives Up Its Secrets
Image shows the world's largest flower fossil dating back to 35 million years ago, undated photo. Based on its characteristics and pollen the scientists from the University of Vienna, in Austria, assigned it to the Symplocos genus, in the Symplocaceae family. (Carola Radke/Newsflash)

35 Million-Year-Old Flower Gives Up Its Secrets

The world's largest amber-preserved flower bud fossil has been identified by scientists. The plant has been preserved with its pollen for 35 million years from the Eocene era. Experts from…

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Read more about the article Experts Crack Secrets Of Ancient Wedding Engraved On Tomb Bone
Photo shows Lady 6 Water and Lord 4 Water Blood Eagle, undated. The bone describes the alliance between the Zapotec lineages of Zaachila and the Mixtec lineage of Tilantongo, through the marriage commitment of Lady 6-Water and Lord 4-Water. (Sara Fernandez-CN, INAH/Newsflash)

Experts Crack Secrets Of Ancient Wedding Engraved On Tomb Bone

Experts have deciphered a 700-year-old bone buried in a tomb detailing the marriage alliance of two ancient Mexican kingdoms. The animal bone - carved with intricate pictograms - has baffled…

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Read more about the article Astronomers Discover Eight Of The Hottest Stars In The Universe Each With A Surface Over 100,000 Centigrade
Image shows a sky survey image centred on the newly-discovered O(H) star SALT J203959.5-034117 (J2039), undated photo. An international team of scientists led by experts from the University of Tuebingen, in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany, discovered eight new super-hot stars. (Tom Watts (AOP), STScINASA, The Dark Energy Survey/Newsflash)

Astronomers Discover Eight Of The Hottest Stars In The Universe Each With A Surface Over 100,000 Centigrade

A team of astronomers have discovered eight of the hottest stars in the universe whose blazing surfaces alone reach more than 100,000 centigrade. The researchers reportedly discovered the very hot…

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Read more about the article Ancient 150-Kilo Fertility Totem Of Large Male Member
Picture shows the front of the statue compared to the body of a man, at the Oxkintok Archaeological Zone, Mexico. The statue has two representations: that of a body of a naked man, with disproportionate anatomical features on the front side and on the back, the representation of a phallus, (Luis Pantoja, INAH-Yucatan/Newsflash)

Ancient 150-Kilo Fertility Totem Of Large Male Member

Astonished scientists have unearthed a bizarre 150-kilo Mayan penis statue carved from stone during an archaeological dig in Mexico. The statue - around the size of a small man -…

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Read more about the article Nine Crocodile Heads Found In Egyptian Tombs Of Two Ancient High-Ranking Officers
Photo shows a crocodile skull, undated photo. Crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia. (Newsflash)

Nine Crocodile Heads Found In Egyptian Tombs Of Two Ancient High-Ranking Officers

Archaeologists have unearthed nine crocodile heads placed inside two ancient noblemen's tombs in an Egyptian necropolis. The scientists from the University of Warsaw, Poland, reportedly discovered the crocodile heads in…

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Read more about the article Humans Have Been Using Bear Skins For At Least 300,000 Years, Says Study
Image shows a metatarsal of a cave bear with cut marks, undated photo. Humans have been using bear skins to protect themselves from cold weather for at least 300,000 years according to scientists from the University of Tuebingen, in Germany. (Volker Minkus/Newsflash)

Humans Have Been Using Bear Skins For At Least 300,000 Years, Says Study

Researchers have found out that humans have been using bear skins to protect themselves from cold weather conditions for at least 300,000 years. The archaeological team from the University of…

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Read more about the article Bee Venom Study Hints Breast Cancer Treatment Prospect
The venom of wild bees such as the violet carpenter bee (Xylocopa violacea), with its main component melittin, is less aggressive than that of honey bees, a team from the LOEWE Center TBG discovered, undated photo. In the future, it could be used against breast cancer cells, among other things. (Bjrn M. von Reumont/Newsflash)

Bee Venom Study Hints Breast Cancer Treatment Prospect

The venomous substance produced by one of the most common wild bee species could help to treat breast cancer, according to scientists in Germany. Researchers at Goethe University and the…

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