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Further treasures found in Antikythera wreck
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 10-10-2014 | 10 comments
Divers have discovered valuable artefacts hidden within the same wreck as the Antikythera Mechanism.

Wild chimp culture caught on camera
Category: Natural World | Posted on 10-1-2014 | 13 comments
Researchers have captured evidence of chimpanzees learning a new type of tool use from one another.

Strange green spheres wash up in Sydney
Category: Modern Mysteries | Posted on 9-22-2014 | 28 comments
Beachgoers in Australia have been puzzling over the appearance of peculiar green ball-like objects.

New killer sea sponges discovered
Category: Natural World | Posted on 4-19-2014 | 8 comments
Four new species of carnivorous sponge have been identified in the depths off the coast of California.

Scientists discover world's oldest creature
Category: Natural World | Posted on 11-14-2013 | 18 comments
A bivalve mollusc that goes by the name of Ming has turned out to be a staggering 507 years old.

Meat-eating sponge observed on ocean floor
Category: Natural World | Posted on 11-14-2012 | 18 comments
A bizarre carnivorous sponge shaped like a candelabra has been found off the coast off California.

Mobile owners' bizarre insurance claims
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 10-26-2012 | 18 comments
Insurance companies have had to deal with some rather ridiculous claims from mobile phone owners.

Ukraine tries to ban Spongebob Squarepants
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 8-25-2012 | 71 comments
The Ukraine are set to ban a number of cartoons on the basis that they are 'a threat to children'.

Girl eats diet of sponges and soap
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 3-4-2012 | 21 comments
Kerry Trebilcock likes nothing better than tucking in to a washing up sponge with hot sauce or mustard.

Sea sponge can reprogram resistant bacteria
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 2-19-2009 | 7 comments
An ocean-dwelling sea sponge has been found to contain a chemical capable of reprogramming antibiotic resistant bacteria so that they are vulnerable to medicine...

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