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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1,400-Year-Old Tree Recovered From Underwater Forest

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The tree weighing around 6 tons, being recovered from the lake, undated. An approximately 1,400-year-old silver fir was recovered from Lake Altaussee, Austria as part of a research project. (OBf-Archiv, Thomas Kranabitl/Newsflash)

These images show how a six-tonne fir tree dating back 1,400 years has been recovered from an underwater forest in an Austrian lake. Experts say the tree first took seed…

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How Scientists Track Ocean Giants Thanks To The Water Wide Web

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Humpback whales can quickly learn complex song patterns from other whale populations. (The University of Queensland/Newsflash)

Marine scientists have revealed how they can track whale movement through the ocean using spare fibre optic cables to eavesdrop on them. Individual hydrophones, or underwater microphones, had previously been…

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Archaeologists Scramble To Investigate 3,400-Year-Old City Emerging From Tigris River In Iraq Before It Is Submerged Again

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The archaeological site of Kemune in the dried-up area of the Mosul reservoir. (Universities of Freiburg and Tubingen, KAO/Newsflash)

A team of archaeologists had to scramble to investigate a 3400-year-old city before it was submerged again after it emerged from the Tigris River in Iraq due to drought. Their…

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Sneaky Shark Tries To Steal Divers Fish

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A shark was spotted trying to eat the fish caught by a diver in Fernando de Noronha, Brazil on 4th May 2022. (@rafa.mesquita/Newsflash)

This remarkable underwater footage shows the moment when a shark hurtles towards a diver and starts munching away at his catch of fish. The clip was filmed in the waters…

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Fishermen Leave Statues At First Underwater Museum Badly Damaged After Dropping Their Anchors On Them

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The statues in Turkey's first underwater museum in Side, Turkey, in February, 2022. (Newsflash)

Fishermen have left many of the first underwater museum's 117 sculptures - including a giant statue of Poseidon - badly damaged after flouting a ban on dropping anchors in the…

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Endangered Pink Dolphin Released In Safe Waters After Becoming Stranded For Month

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Pink dolphin stranded in a river rescued in Casanare, Colombia in January 2022. (Armada Colombia/Newsflash)

This is the moment Colombian Navy personnel and conservationists rescue an endangered pink river dolphin after it became stranded for over a month, and then release it in safer waters.…

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Survivor Of Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Disaster Receives GBP 80K In Compo

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Costa Concordia, the ship involved in a accident on the Island of Giglio, Italy, on 13th January 2012, the Court of Genoa granted Ernesto Carusotti, one of the EUR 77 thousand in compensation, in December, 2021. (Newsflash)

A survivor of the Costa Concordia cruise ship disaster in 2012 has received nearly GBP 80,000 in compensation for ‘post-shipwreck stress’. The Costa Concordia cruise ship struck an underwater rock,…

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