Start A Petition

Offbeat

New Evidence of Viking Life in America?
Offbeat  (tags: Discovered, Viking life, USA )


- 1169 days ago - bbc.co.uk
A new discovery has revealed that the Vikings may have travelled hundreds of miles further into North America than previously thought. It's well known that they reached
Lost WW1 German U-Boat Wreck Found Off Norfolk Coast
Offbeat  (tags: WW1, U-boat, Discovered, Norfolk coast, UK )


- 1240 days ago - bbc.co.uk
The wreck of a World War One German U-boat has been found off the coast of Norfolk. Scans by windfarm developers showed the submarine lying about 55 miles (90km) east of Caister-on-Sea.
Burial Vault Discovered 'Accidentally' at Gloucester Cathedral
Offbeat  (tags: Burial vault, Discovered, Gloucester Cathedral, UK )


- 1320 days ago - bbc.co.uk
An "extremely well preserved" family burial vault has been discovered "accidentally" at Gloucester Cathedral.
Meet the Newly Discovered 76-Million-Year-Old Pig-Nosed Turtle
Offbeat  (tags: pig nosed turtle, utah, dinosaur, discovered )

Scooby
- 1331 days ago - cnet.com
The Arvinachelys goldeni, a now-extinct turtle with a pig's snout was discovered in Utah. It may be "one of the most bizarre turtles that ever lived."
Poland Radar Image 'Almost Certainly Nazi Train'
Offbeat  (tags: Nazi-Germany, Train, Discovered, Poland, WW2 )


- 1384 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Polish official says ground-penetrating radar images have left him "99% convinced" that a World War Two German military train is buried near the south-western city of Walbrzych.
'CATS Detected My Cancer': Grandmother Claims Moggies Followed Her Around and Repeatedly Poked Her in the Stomach
Offbeat  (tags: Cats, cancer, discovered, appendix cancer, offbeat )

Scooby
- 1598 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A devoted cat owner claims her beloved moggies saved her life by alerting her to the fact she had cancer.
Rare Seahorse Found in River Thames
Offbeat  (tags: Seahorse, discovered, London )

Trequl
- 2805 days ago - pbo.co.uk
The species at the heart of the contentious Studland Bay row has been discovered higher up the River Thames than ever before - raising the possibility of a Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) in the heart of London.
Scientists Discover 12 New Frog Species in India
Offbeat  (tags: India, frog, species, discovered )

Trequl
- 2819 days ago - dawn.com
It's a find the team hopes will bring attention to India's amphibians and their role in gauging the health of the environment. Worldwide, 32 per cent of the world's known amphibian species are threatened with extinction, largely because of habitat loss o
New Species of Dolphin Discovered
Offbeat  (tags: Australia, dolphin, species, discovered )

Trequl
- 2820 days ago - lightyears.blogs.cnn.com
Australian researchers have discovered a new species of dolphin living right under their, uh, bottlenoses. A population of 100 dolphins in Port Phillip Bay and 50 in the Gippsland Lakes on Australia's southern coast have been proven to be ...
Rare Fossil of Sea Reptile Found on Alaska Beach
Offbeat  (tags: North America, fossil, reptile, discovered )

Trequl
- 2876 days ago - daily-sun.com
Anchorage: Alaska scientists have discovered the fossil of a rare, prehistoric marine reptile that is likely the most complete remnant of the creature ever found in North America.
New Species of Butterfly Found
Offbeat  (tags: Ireland, butterfly, discovered )

Trequl
- 2883 days ago - daily-sun.com
A new species of butterfly has taken scientists by surprise after it was discovered fluttering in Northern Ireland.
Lice Made Dinosaurs Bad-Tempered
Offbeat  (tags: Dinosaur, lice, discovered, ruled, Earth )

Trequl
- 2987 days ago - daily-sun.com
No wonder dinosaurs were so bad-tempered. For scientists have discovered that the prehistoric giants were plagued by lice.
New Species Abound in Peru, But So Do Threats
Offbeat  (tags: Peru, threats, mammal, discovered )

Trequl
- 3089 days ago - daily-sun.com
Lima: Each year, a new bird is found and every four years a new mammal discovered in the Peruvian Amazon, a haven for biodiversity where conservation and danger often go hand in hand.
'Left-Handed' Coiling Snails Survive More Snake Attacks
Offbeat  (tags: Snakes, snails, prey, discovered )

Trequl
- 3104 days ago - news.bbc.co.uk
Snails with shells that coil anti-clockwise are less likely to fall prey to snakes than their clockwise-coiling cousins, scientists have discovered.
Scientists Find Eyeless Cave Fish in Indonesia's Papua Region
Offbeat  (tags: Fish, eyeless, discovered )

Trequl
- 3120 days ago - news.com.au
EYELESS cave fish and a frog that carries its offspring on its back are among the new species a team of scientists have discovered in Indonesia's eastern Papua region.
 

butterfly credits on the news network

  • credits for vetting a newly submitted story
  • credits for vetting any other story
  • credits for leaving a comment
learn more

Popular Tags for: Offbeat

Most Active Stories Today in Offbeat tagged with Discovered

top story finders in Offbeat

1. Animae C 123 popular stories

2. Billy J 89 popular stories

3. Rita S 81 popular stories

4. KittyKatSusie B 81 popular stories

5. Jessica Harvey 78 popular stories

6. Julia P 76 popular stories

7. Pat B 73 popular stories

8. Cher C 72 popular stories

9. Christeen A 68 popular stories

10. Kiki R 67 popular stories

more top news finders »

What makes a top story finder?
A top finder is someone who submits stories that become popular and are promoted to the front page.

wanted: news analysts

Get Active in the Care2 News Network!

Help ferret out the most noteworthy of the Newly Submitted stories and promote them to the Front Page.

care2 news network tools

News Network Bookmarklet

Submit stories from your browser toolbar with the easy to use Add to Care2 News! bookmarklet.

News Network Syndication

Get this page in RSS. Keep up to date with the Care2 News Network in your favorite RSS reader. Yahoo!, Newsgator, Bloglines, and more!
Find out how to subscribe!

care2 newsletter spotlight

Join over 2 Million Care2 Subscribers! Sign up for our FREE Newsletters, Delivered to your Inbox!





New to Care2? Start Here.