Throne Ivory Worth More Than Gold From Time Of Solomon’s Temple Discovered In Jerusalem

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Photo shows some of the ivories discovered in the assemblage, which contains no fewer than 1,500 fragments, undated photo. The ivories, conside. (Eliyahu Yanai, City of David/Newsflash)

This footage shows rare ivory plaques dating back thousands of years to Solomon's Temple that are believed to have been part of a throne and that have been unearthed in…

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Big Cats Get A New Rocky Landscape In Worlds Oldest Zoo

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Image shows the lion enclosure in the Vienna Zoo in Austria in an undated photo. It was modernised with a new rocky landscape in August, 2022. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

The oldest zoo in the world has modernised its 20-year-old lion enclosure by installing a new rocky structure for its lions. https://youtu.be/JxNcrtWr-0g Tiergarten Schonbrunn/Newsflash The platform - which slightly even…

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3D View Of Stinky One-Cell Ocean Organism

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The tests of the foraminiferal species Jullienella foetida can reach sizes of up to 14 cm and play an important role within their ecosystem. (2022 Langer et al. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.12884/fig-4/Newsflash)

Scientists have provided fascinating insights into the structure of single-celled organisms living in the eastern Atlantic Ocean infamous for its pungent stench. The foraminiferal species Jullienella foetida is an organism…

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Early Childhood Experiences May Cause Irreversible Cerebral Changes

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Changes in the brain caused by early childhood experiences are not entirely irreversible. (UHH/Newsflash)

A new study claims that early childhood experiences can change a person's brain structure long-term and in irreversible ways - even if the brain heals. Professor Cordula Hoelig, a psychologist…

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