Fury as wild horses face brutal cull in Australia – herd of 5,000 damage nature reserve

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Cattleman Philip Maguire challenged Parks Victoria in the Victoria State’s Supreme Court in a bid to halt the national park organisation’s Feral Horse Strategic Action Plan. The plan proposed to eliminate a large number of feral horses in

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Scientists discover microbe that could stop malaria transmission

A new study shows that the Microsporidia MB microbe blocks malaria parasites from spreading in mosquitoes. Scientists have discovered a new microbe that protects mosquitoes from being infected by malaria, a finding that could be a significant breakthrough in the fight against the spread of the disease, which is spread to humans through mosquito bites. Research published on Monday by the

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Coronavirus hope: American scientists say they have the cure

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The biotech company, Sorrento Therapeutics based in San Diego, claim their antibody stopped coronavirus from entering 100 percent of healthy human cells in petri dish experiments, Fox News reported. Sorrento is collaborating with Mt Sinai School of Medicine

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Alaska volcano alert: Pilots must avoid airspace as eruption sends ash five miles into sky

Shishaldin Volcano is one of the most active in Alaska, threw out a plume of ash which satellite imagery detected as high as 28,000 feet (8,535 metres) above sea level, the Alaska Volcano Observatory reported. The plume stretched about 90 miles (145 km) as of midday yesterday, blowing mostly east and over the Gulf of Alaska, said the observatory. David Fee,

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This Devastating Video Of Dead Animals Lining The Roads Of Australia Will Make You Want To Help Fight Climate

It’s with heavy hearts we share this gut-wrenching footage showing the catastrophic impact of the Australia wildfires — but it’s something you need to see. For those who don’t know, the apocalyptic inferno that’s currently sweeping across the country has led to a staggering amount of wildlife death: according to CBS News, ecologists estimate nearly half a billion animals have

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UK weather MAPPED: Shock charts shows winter HEATWAVE to bake Britain this NYE

Typically as the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, and revellers gather outside to watch the fireworks, they are clutching scarves in a bid to wrap up warm. However, this year, the UK could see the warmest New Year in a staggering 178 years. Throughout New Year’s Eve, which this year falls on Tuesday, December 31, temperatures will remain

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Russia to track Earth-threatening asteroids from lunar-based observatory

Russia is planning to build an observatory on the moon capable of tracking Earth-threatening asteroids, according to reports. The observatory forms part of an ambitious lunar base that the state hopes to build on the southern pole of the Moon that will be powered with nuclear energy, officials say. Russia's space agency – Roscosmos – says it hopes to build

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Australia bushfires: Raging infernos ravage homes as fires spread across tourist hotspot

Australian authorities have issued warnings about a “mega blaze” which has spread outside its containment lines and razed 20 homes near Sydney. The unruly fires have burned more than 400,000 hectares and moved into a popular tourist area. Forecasters have warned an intense and unrelenting heatwave is due to strike in the region, with record-breaking temperatures predicted to hit. Since

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