Read more about the article Fearless Scientist Stepped On Deadly Snakes To Find Out How They Bite
Picture shows behavioral biologist Joao Miguel Alves Nunes, undated. He carried out research to discover when and why venomous snakes bite. (@joaao_miiguel/Newsflash)

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 Researchers To Study 119-Year-Old Woman In Bid To Discover Secrets To Longevity And Old Age
Picture shows Deolira Gliceria Pedro da Silva, undated. She is 119 years old resident of Itaperuna, Brazil. (Newsflash)

Researchers To Study 119-Year-Old Woman In Bid To Discover Secrets To Longevity And Old Age

Researchers are to study this 119-year-old woman in a project to unlock the secrets of longevity and old age. Dona Deolira Gliceria Pedro da Silva lives in Itaperuna, in the…

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Read more about the article Short Exercise Reduces Craving For Cigarettes Austrian Study Reveals
Photo shows Medical University of Innsbruck, undated. Study says fast walking helps to quit smoking. (Newsflash)

Short Exercise Reduces Craving For Cigarettes Austrian Study Reveals

A new study has revealed that just a little bit of exercise can reduce a person's cravings for a cigarette. Scientists from Innsbruck in Austria have made the revelation just…

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Read more about the article 130-Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveals Male Mosquitoes Could Have Been Blood-Suckers, Too
Photo shows a male mosquito fossil that sucked dinosaur blood 130 years ago and it was found near Hammana, Lebanon, undated. The fossil proved that also the male mosquitoes could suck blood back then. (Chinese Academy of Sciences/AsiaWire)

130-Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveals Male Mosquitoes Could Have Been Blood-Suckers, Too

A new study led by expert palaeontologists has revealed that male mosquitoes also used to suck blood back when dinosaurs roamed the earth and only later moved to a diet…

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Read more about the article Archaelogists Unearth 7,000-Year-Old Arms Dump In Israel
Photo shows the ancient slingstones, the earliest evidence of warfare and organized arming in the Southern Levant, and specifically in the area of modern Israel, undated. It is revealed that there was mass production of weapons as long as about 7,200 years ago. (Emil Aladjem, Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Archaelogists Unearth 7,000-Year-Old Arms Dump In Israel

Archaeologists in Israel have unearthed the earliest known evidence of war in the region dating back more than 7,000 years. A study of hundreds of sling stones has revealed they…

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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 Cranial Injury Study Reveals Huge Violence In Lawless Ancient Middle-Eastern Cities
Photo shows a cranial trauma that bears witness of a violent death. International team of researchers analyzed over 3,500 skulls found in the Middle East, In the 12,000 years before antiquity. (Joachim Wahl,University of Tubingen/Newsflash).

Cranial Injury Study Reveals Huge Violence In Lawless Ancient Middle-Eastern Cities

A lack of legal frameworks in the disorganised first cities to be built in the Ancient Middle East led to a significant increase in violence between inhabitants, according to researchers…

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Read more about the article Tiny Jellyfish Can Learn Like Humans Despite Having No Brain, Says Study
Image shows the Tripedalia cystophora jellyfish, undated photo. Research showed that it can learn despite having a simple nervous system. (Jan Bielecki/Newsflash)

Tiny Jellyfish Can Learn Like Humans Despite Having No Brain, Says Study

A groundbreaking new study has revealed that jellyfish are cleverer than biologists have ever thought, even though they do not have a brain. The experiment has revealed that despite having…

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Read more about the article Incredible Seabed Footage Of Wrecks Of Battle Of Midway
The chrysanthemum flower crest, an honored imperial symbol of Japan, can still be seen prominently on the bow of IJN Akagi 81 years after the aircraft carriers sinking. Photo recorded by Ocean Exploration Trusts ROV Atalanta on September 10, 2023. Ocean Exploration Trusts visual survey of the Japanese aircraft carrier is the first time anyone has seen the vessel since sinking during June 1942s Battle of Midway. (Ocean Exploration Trust, NOAA/Newsflash)

Incredible Seabed Footage Of Wrecks Of Battle Of Midway

Grim remains from one of the most important naval conflicts of World War II have been revealed by a new ocean-bed study of ships sunk in the Battle of Midway.…

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