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1,300 Pounds of Unique Ancient Roman Coins Dating 3rd century A.D. Unearthed in Spain
The coins were found in 19 amphoras, a type of Roman jug, in Tomares, a town in Seville province.
Deadly Hunt: Witchcraft Superstitions Could Lead to 'Total Extinction' for Malawi Albinos, UN Warns
People in Malawi continue to mutilate and murder albinos because they believe that their body parts can be used to create potions. A limb can be sold to hunters for $2,000 while an entire corpse amounts to $75,000.
Children with ADHD may Benefit from Increased Water Consumption
The study also revealed that lifestyle changes and behavioral treatment are better than oral medications.
Blame It on First Class: Research Reveals 'Air Rage' Fuelled By Seating Arrangement
Because a modern airplane symbolizes a class-based society, researchers found air rage incidents are four times more likely to occur if there's a first-class section.
Unusual Investigative Technique: New York Police Department Uses Mannequin to Look for Boy Missing For 6 Years
Wearing the red shirt that he wore when he was last seen, the mannequin of Patrick Alford, Jr. stands in the window of a SoHo boutique.
Hiker Stumbles Upon Well-Preserved 230 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Footprint in Spain
The footprint is from an extinct species called Isochirotherium, an ancestor of both crocodiles and dinosaurs.
Genetic Cloning Saves Historic Rhododendron in Danger of Extinction, Recovers from ‘Plant Destroyer’ Disease "
Rhododendrons were brought to the United Kingdom more than 160 years ago and are considered both historic and rare.
Australia Plans to Release Herpes Virus in River to Eliminate European Carp Plague
Though considered as the most invasive "fish pests," environmentalists worry that the dead Carp might cause water pollution.
US' Only Barrier Reef Severely Damaged by Million Dollar Miami Port Dredging Project
Up to 93% of corals have been smothered by the sediment brought by the $205 million Deep Dredge project at Port Miami.
Bison Receives Honor as U.S. National Mammal, Pending President's Approval
Tens of millions of bison once flourished across Canada and Mexico. Today, just a handful of bison live in Yellowstone National Park with population swelling to roughly 4,900.
Plumber Turned Mad Scientist Builds Gas-Powered Hoverbike in His Home
Colin Furze, who has more than 2.5 million followers on his Youtube channel, has also created DIY wolverine claws and wrist-worn flame throwers.
Kinky Spider Behavior Includes Performing Oral Sex Up to 100 Times During Mating, Scientists Say
Male Darwin's Bark Spiders, who are 14 times smaller than the gigantic females, routinely salivate onto female arachnid genitalia, pre-, during, and post-copulation.
Watch This Sneaky Bird Steal Fur From A Sleeping Dog to Build Nest
Birds' survival largely depends on their nesting materials, and in this viral video, one bird decided to use fur from a sleeping canine.
Man Arrested After Brutally Beating Pregnant Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal
Witnesses of the brutal incident on Salt Pond Beach in Kauai claim they saw the 19-year-old local incessantly throwing punches while the seal tried to dodge the blows.