Incredible Snaps Show Ancient Roman-Era Remains On Seabed

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Image shows the shipwreck on the bottom of the Skerki Bank. (Vincent Creuze ROV Drassm/Newsflash)

These remarkable underwater snaps show a treasure trove of shipwrecked Roman-era remains that ended up at the bottom of the Mediterranean. The astonishingly well-preserved finds are understood to come from…

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Greenpeace UK Creates Underwater Boulder Barrier To Block Destructive Industrial Fishing

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A boulder bearing Caroline Lucas' name is placed in the sea. Greenpeace UK place 18 limestone boulders on the seabed in the South West Deeps Marine Protected Area to block destructive industrial fishing. Campaigners and crew on board Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise sail to the western English Channel to make a portion of the South West Deeps off-limits to bottom-trawling. (Kristian Buus,Greenpeace,SWNS/Newsflash)

Greenpeace UK has placed 18 limestone boulders on the seabed in the western English Channel to block destructive industrial fishing. On Thursday 1 September, campaigners and crew on board Greenpeace…

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Boffins Find Two New Prehistoric Dolphin Species – In Swiss Alps

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Life restoration of the dolphins described in this study: Kentriodon in the foreground, in the background a squalodelphinid (left) and a physeterid (right) chasing a group of eurhinodelphinids. (Jaime Chirinos/Newsflash)

Scientists in Switzerland have discovered two previously unknown dolphin species that inhabited the area of today’s landlocked mountainous country 20 million years ago. Palaeontologists at the University of Zurich said…

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2,000 Year Old Device Found On Seabed Could Have Been Designed By Archimedes Says Brit UCL Expert

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Cosmos Display at the front of the Antikythera Mechanism (two versions), showing the positions of the Sun, Moon and five planets as well as the phase of the Moon and the nodes of the Moon. (2020 Tony Freeth/Newsflash)

A mysterious mechanical device made more than 2,000 years ago to track the movements of heavenly bodies that was so complex it was believed to have been a fake was…

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Lucky Escape For UK Fishermen After Boat Sets Off Unexploded WWII Bomb

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The Galwad-Y-Mor suffered an explosion on 15th December, 2021, off the Norfolk coast, UK. (Macduff Ship Design/Newsflash)

A British fishing crew had a lucky escape when their vessel hit a 250-kilogramme WWII bomb that detonated on the seabed and threw the boat around. The explosion took place…

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Huge 430 Year Old Coral Is The Biggest Ever Found In Great Barrier Reef

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Scientists swimming over the top of the Porites coral at Goolboodi, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Australian experts have found the widest coral ever observed in the Great Barrier Reef after surviving around 100 coral bleaching events and 80 major cyclones during the near 500 years…

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