Read more about the article Derelict Rail Station Has Become Home To Hundreds of Wild Bee Species
Image shows rare steppe-bee Camptopoeum frontale in an undated photo. The Natural History Museum of Vienna in Austria reported on a rare wild bee species site Breitenlee on Monday, Sep. 5, 2022. (Sylvia Wanzenbock/Newsflash)

Derelict Rail Station Has Become Home To Hundreds of Wild Bee Species

A derelict World War I era railway station in Vienna is to be studied by biologists to unlock the secrets of wild bee communities, it has emerged. More than 450…

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Read more about the article Palaeontologists Discover New Crocodile Species With Thickest Eggs Ever That Lived With Last Dinosaurs
Picture shows Pachykrokolithus excavatum shell fragments, undated. They were found in found in La Ribagorza, Spain, dated within the 250,000 years of the Cretaceous period, close to the extinction of the dinosaurs. (Manuel Perez Pueyo/Newsflash)

Palaeontologists Discover New Crocodile Species With Thickest Eggs Ever That Lived With Last Dinosaurs

Palaeontologists have discovered a new species of crocodile that lived with the last dinosaurs and that laid the thickest eggs on record. The group of palaeontologists from the University of…

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Read more about the article Bird That Lived 120 Million Years Ago Was First To Eat Fruit
The Cretaceous bird Jeholornis pooping out seeds from fruit, helping fruit-bearing plants take over the world. Undated photo illustration. (Illustration by Zhixin Han and Yifan Wang,SWNS/Newsflash)

Bird That Lived 120 Million Years Ago Was First To Eat Fruit

The earliest-known animal to eat fruit was an ancient bird that lived 120 million years ago, according to new research. Hundreds of animals eat fruit now, but most fruit-bearing plants…

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Read more about the article Honeybee Populations Could Be Wiped Out Worldwide By Wing Plague
A picture showing honeycomb from a beehive by the Martin Luther University Halle located in the German town of Wittenberg. (Uni Halle, Markus Scholz/Newsflash)

Honeybee Populations Could Be Wiped Out Worldwide By Wing Plague

The global honeybee population could be endangered by a newly discovered deadly virus, a leading scientist has warned. Prof Dr Robert Paxton from Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (MLU) in…

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Read more about the article Seaweeds Sweet Tooth Saves Carbon Emissions Of 300,000 Cars
Lush meadows of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica in the Mediterranean sea discovered by the Max Planck Institute of Marine Microbiology in the German city of Bremen. (HYDRA Marine Sciences GmbH/Newsflash)

Seaweeds Sweet Tooth Saves Carbon Emissions Of 300,000 Cars

Worldwide seaweeds are saving the equivalent of carbon dioxide emitted by more than 300,000 cars each year, according to new research - which also shows that the amount of sugar…

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Read more about the article New Massive Aid Project Launched To Feed Animals At Hundreds Of Shelters Across Ukraine With Over 100K Dogs And Cats Fed So Far
The global animal organization FOUR PAWS has provided a new platform for distributing food and supplies to animal shelters in Ukraine. (FOUR PAWS, Animal ID/Newsflash)

New Massive Aid Project Launched To Feed Animals At Hundreds Of Shelters Across Ukraine With Over 100K Dogs And Cats Fed So Far

A new massive aid project has been launched to feed animals at hundreds of shelters across Ukraine, with the organisation having already fed over 100,000 dogs and cats. The global…

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