Read more about the article Amazed Boffins Discover 100-Million Years Old Turtle Footprints
Picture shows a turtle footprint in undated footage. Researchers from the Zhucheng Dinosaur Culture Research Center in Shandong Province, China, found more than 20 turtle footprints in dinosaur tracks at the Huanglonggou dinosaur footprint fossil site. (AsiaWire)

Amazed Boffins Discover 100-Million Years Old Turtle Footprints

Scientists in China have discovered 100-million-years-old fossilised turtle footprints, including one ‘among the world’s best preserved’. The rare discovery was made at the Huanglonggou fossil site, located in the eastern…

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Read more about the article New Study Says Other Planets In Solar System Can Affect Earth’s Climate
Image shows the University of Vienna, Austria, undated photo. Researchers discovered that celestial bodies of the solar system changed the Earth's climate about 200 million years ago. (Universitat Wien, Gebhard Sengmuller/Newsflash)

New Study Says Other Planets In Solar System Can Affect Earth’s Climate

The other planets in our solar system have the ability to influence climate change on earth according to a new study conducted by Austrian, British and American scientists. The research…

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Read more about the article Two New Deadly Snakes Species Found
Image shows the newly discovered Bothrocophias myrringae sp. nov., that lives in isolated, nearly inaccessible rain forests in South America. It was discovered by a South American team of scientists in October 2022. (Juan Pablo Hurtado-Gomez/Newsflash)

Two New Deadly Snakes Species Found

Two new species of deadly venomous snake have been discovered in Colombia by a team of international scientists. They have been named as Bothrocophias myrringae and Bothrocophias tulitoi, two new…

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Read more about the article Research Study Shows Massive Biodiversity Loss In German Flora In Past Century
Image shows the elevation of an area in the the Otztal Alps in Austria, undated photo. The repeated survey of the frequency of plants in many small long-term observation areas allows conclusions to be drawn about large-scale population trends. (Krystof Chytry/Newsflash)

Research Study Shows Massive Biodiversity Loss In German Flora In Past Century

An international research study has indicated a massive loss of biodiversity in Germany in the past century. The team from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) analysed multiple local studies including…

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Read more about the article Terrified Pooch Leapt 80ft To Its Death After Hooligan Threw Firecracker
Picture shows Pita, undated. The dog died after it jumped from a seventh floor when scared by a pyrotechnic device thrown by a neighbour, in Alcorcon, Spain, on Sunday, Oct. 16, 2022. (@morereichell/Newsflash)

Terrified Pooch Leapt 80ft To Its Death After Hooligan Threw Firecracker

A terrified pet dog leapt to its death from a seventh-floor apartment window after a football hooligan set off a firecracker when his team scored. Municipal Police in Alcorcon, Madrid…

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Read more about the article Resurrecting Billion-Year-Old Enzymes Reveals How Photosynthesis Adapted To Rise Of Oxygen
Image shows the evolution of modern photosynthesis, undated photo. Max Planck Researchers reconstructed billion-year-old enzymes in the city of Marburg, Germany. (Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, Hochberg/Newsflash)

Resurrecting Billion-Year-Old Enzymes Reveals How Photosynthesis Adapted To Rise Of Oxygen

German scientists have deciphered one of the key adaptations of early photosynthesis by reconstructing billion-year-old enzymes. Using various methods, the research team from the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Terrestrial…

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Read more about the article Scientists Discover New Way To Wipe Out Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
Photo shows Dynobactin, an antibiotic discovered by an international research team with the participation of the University of Basel, undated photo. Dynobactin is also effective against resistant problem germs. (Biozentrum, University of Basel/Newsflash)

Scientists Discover New Way To Wipe Out Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

Scientists have discovered a new antibiotic that can wipe out pathogens that are resistant to current treatments. An international team of researchers believes the breakthrough could lead to new drugs…

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Read more about the article 70-Million-Year-Old Fossilised Dinosaur Eggs Unveiled
Picture shows dinosaur egg fossil, undated. After research by many fossil experts, it is preliminarily determined that the dinosaur egg fossil found in Wuning, Jiangxi in China was from the Late Cretaceous, about 70 million years ago. (Wuning County Museum/AsiaWire)

70-Million-Year-Old Fossilised Dinosaur Eggs Unveiled

A scientific research team has unveiled a site with well-preserved fossilised dinosaur eggs that date back almost 70 million years in south-eastern China. Woman takes a picture of the dinosaur…

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Read more about the article Incredible Discovery Of 44 Solid Gold Coins Dating Back 1,400 Years
Picture shows the 44 pure gold coins, undated. The coins minted between 602 and 641 AD was discovered during an archaeological excavation by the Antiquities Authority at the Banius site within the Hermon River Nature Reserve, Israel. (Dafna Gazit, Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Incredible Discovery Of 44 Solid Gold Coins Dating Back 1,400 Years

A team of archaeologists in Israel has unearthed 44 Byzantine solid gold coins hidden under a wall 1,400 years ago. Experts believe the coins were stashed around the time of…

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Read more about the article Greek Archaeologists Unearth Stunning Roman-Era Statue Of Hercules
Photo shows an impressive statue of Hercules, unearthed in Philippi, Greece, undated photo. The statue, which is from the Roman era, 2nd century AD, depicts Hercules with a youthful body. (Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports/Newsflash)

Greek Archaeologists Unearth Stunning Roman-Era Statue Of Hercules

Greek archaeologists have unearthed a stunning Roman-era statue of Hercules dating back nearly 2,000 years. The statue of Hercules – or Heracles, as he is known in Greece, dating back…

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