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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UNESCO World Heritage Site Revealed As One Of Oldest Neanderthal Archaeological Locations

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Picture shows Equus molar teeth found at the Galeria de las Estatuas site, in Atapuerca, Spain, undated. The the dating of fossil teeth shows it could be one of the oldest Neanderthal sites in Spain. (CENIEH/Newsflash)

An archaeological site listed as a UNESCO World Heritage could be one of the oldest Neanderthal excavation sites in Spain with a new study saying it could date back 115,000…

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Austrians To Build World’s Longest Cable Car Lift In Caribbean Island Of Dominica

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Photo shows the model of Boiling Lake bottom station in Dominica, undated photo. The ropeway engineers at Doppelmayr in Wolfurt are currently working on the technology for this world-record installation, whose opening is planned for early 2024. (@Doppelmayr/Newsflash)

An Austrian company is aiming to build the world's longest gondola in a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Caribbean island of Dominica. Austrian ropeways and people mover manufacturer Doppelmayr…

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Shipwrecks Expand Microbial Diversity, New Study Shows

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A dive at the underwater site of the HMS Nasturtium, ship that sank on 28th April 1916, where Heritage Malta completed a net removal project in July, 2021, in Malta.

The millions of shipwrecks resting in the world’s oceans are increasing the surrounding areas’ microbial richness, according to new research. There are an estimated three million shipwrecks all around the…

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People In Worlds Oldest City Walled Up The Painted Skeletons Of Their Dead Before Digging Them Up And Passing Them Around

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Skeleton of a male individual aged between 35 and 50 years old with cinnabar painting on the cranium at the Catalhoyuk Neolithic settlement in Turkey. (Marco Milella/Newsflash)

The inhabitants of the "world's oldest city" - now a UNESCO World Heritage Site - painted the skeletal remains of their dead and buried them in the walls of people's…

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Double Headed Conjoined Twin Turtles Die Of Multiple Organ Failure

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Siamese twin turtles found by tourists in Pamukkale travertines region, Turkey. (Dr. Eyup Baskale/Newsflash)

These rare conjoined twin turtles that made international headlines after they were found on a beach by a tourist have died of multiple organ failure. The conjoined turtles were found…

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British Expert Declares Vienna Zoo Best In Europe For Sixth Time

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Polar bear cup Finja with mother Nora at the Vienna Zoo in Austria. (Daniel Zupanc/Newsflash)

A famous British zoo expert has declared Vienna Zoo the best in Europe for the sixth time. British zoo expert Anthony Sheridan has voted Schoenbrunn Zoo, the self-proclaimed world's oldest…

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Mystery After German Explorer Missing For 2 Days Found Dead Near Mayan Temple Seen In Star Wars Movie

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Tikal, Ancient Mayan City of Guatemala. (Newsflash)

A German explorer has been found dead near a Mayan temple used in Star Wars after going missing for nearly two days. The body of the explorer, who has been…

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Tourist Shocked After Finding Two-Headed Tortoise Stumbling Around By A Famous Turkish Hot Spring

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Siamese twin turtles found by tourists in Pamukkale travertines region, Turkey. (Dr. Eyup Baskale/Newsflash)

This is the moment two bizarre-looking conjoined tortoises very slowly crawl across a table whilst being observed by curious scientists. The two-headed tortoise was found by a tourist at the…

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Fossil Of Unknown Bird Species Resembling Great Tit Found During Dig At UNESCO Site

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The exceptionally well-preserved fossil found by the Senckenberg team.

A well-preserved fossil of an unknown bird species which resembles the great tit has been uncovered at an UNESCO World Heritage site by German archaeologists. The well-conserved fossil of a…

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