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3D scans uncover secrets of extinct Tasmanian Tiger

3D technology is unlocking the secrets of the Tasmanian Tiger an extinct marsupial with a surprisingly canine appearance. Scientists are hoping the scans will...

Flooding turned this hiking trail into a mesmerizing underwater forest

A hiking trail in Brazil became perfect for snorkeling after days of heavy rain flooded parts of the Recanto Ecologico Rio da Prata reserve,...

Polar bears treated to fish on International Polar Bear Day

The San Diego Zoo celebrated International Polar Bear Day when they released 10 largemouth black bass into the pool of their polar bear exhibit....

10 years on, Sunder Nursery to debut as a heritage park

NEW DELHI: At 90 acres, Sunder Nursery is comparable in size to the famed Lodhi Garden. But it doesn’t receive many visitors as it’s understood as a...

Food, tourism and culture to be celebrated at Galway event

Food, tourism and culture are to be celebrated in Galway in late April when Good Food Ireland marks the city’s European region of gastronomy designation. International chefs...

Diamonds – the lustre of love

Diamonds are popular gifts at Valentine's Day and Antwerp's world famous Diamond District is preparing for a busy period. Those in the know say...

Sweet treats take centre stage at quirky museum

A sweet tooth's sugar-filled dreams have been turned into a reality with the opening of a museum dedicated to tasty treats in Manila. The...

Polar bears starve as Arctic sea ice melts

It's not just the Arctic sea ice that is becoming dangerously thin, so too are the polar bears who are finding food harder to...

A British engineer designed and built his own 20 mph steam-powered bicycle

A UK pensioner has created a one of a kind vehicle replacing the petrol engine in his Land Rover by one powered by steam....

Cool alert! Tattoos you can listen to

The art of tattooing is leaving a brand new mark in this fast-moving age of technology. Tattoos are now being linked up to people’s smartphones...