What can you do to protect bees?

On Sunday, May 20, the first World Bee Day was celebrated, an initiative promoted by the UN at the request of Slovenia to draw attention to the importance that this insect has in thousands of ecosystems, the disaster that can lead to its disappearance and the need to promote measures…

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Is the pasta healthy?

Pasta is rich in carbohydrates, which can be bad for your health if you consume it in large quantities. It also contains gluten, a type of protein that causes problems for those who are sensitive to gluten. On the other hand, pasta can provide some nutrients that are important for…

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How a copper coin mummified a baby’s hand [ing]

János Balázs and a colleague were looking at old photos of an excavation in a medieval cemetery when they found something unexpected: a tiny mummified green hand of a baby. The cemetery in question was located in Nyárlőrinc, a town in southern Hungary and contained 540 tombs dating from the…

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By secondary roads: the Spain that had future

Conversarcon Alfonso Armada (Vigo, 1958) is to do it with a man who thinks fast and verbalizes little. Your head is a constant of ideas. They cross, they roll, they disappear and they return in a different way. A perfect storm of impressions that the old war correspondent is assuming…

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The millions of Ildefonso Falcones, Rajoy’s favorite writer

The Office of the Prosecutor requests nine years in prison for him and his wife, and another six for his brother, for defrauding 1.4 million between 2009 and 2011 from the copyright of his works. For the marriage also requests a fine of 2.9 million. This week the television adaptation…

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The great talons of the golden eagle

The first time I saw this picture I thought it was a montage. The size of the claws of this golden eagle seemed exaggerated. After looking a bit I was convinced that the photo was authentic. I discovered that the harpy eagle has an even greater claw, surpassing in size…

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Supermarket bags are killing Mediterranean sperm whales

More than a third of the sperm whales found dead in the eastern Mediterranean since 2001 died because of the plastic bags they offer or ordered in supermarkets. Post-mortem examinations of 9 of the 24 bodies found in Greek waters revealed that the animals experienced slow and painful deaths after…

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