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09/05/21
« on: Sunday, 09 May, 2021 @ 01:46:25 »
No new cases of coronavirus on Kefalonia announced yesterday by EODY.

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« Reply #1 on: Sunday, 09 May, 2021 @ 01:47:31 »
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Remains of nine Neanderthals found in cave south of Rome
Italian archaeologists believe most of Neanderthals were killed by hyenas then dragged back to den

Scientists from the Archaeological Superintendency of Latina and the University of Tor Vergata in Rome said the remains belong to seven adult males and one female, while another are those of a young boy.

Experts believe the individuals lived in different time periods. Some bones could be as old as 50,000 to 68,000 years, whereas the most ancient remains are believed to be 100,000 years old.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/may/08/remains-of-nine-neanderthals-found-in-cave-south-of-rome

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Re: 09/05/21
« Reply #2 on: Sunday, 09 May, 2021 @ 07:46:06 »
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Essex couple banned from keeping animals for 15 years

A couple from Essex have been banned from keeping animals for 15 years after nine cats were found living in cramped and dirty cages in a locked room in their house.

Alan and Sue Turner, from Jaywick, near Clacton, also failed to look after their dog properly. He had an untreated eye and skin infection.

The couple pleaded guilty at Chelmsford Magistrates' Court to a number of animal welfare offences.
https://www.itv.com/news/anglia/2021-05-07/essex-couple-banned-from-keeping-animals-for-15-years

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Re: 09/05/21
« Reply #3 on: Sunday, 09 May, 2021 @ 16:35:51 »
Bridge at Agia Barbara, near Argostoli, is closed for around one month to enable essential maintenance.

Apparently the bridge by Agia Barbara church isn't closed. Yet. But it will be soon.

Ela, c'mon, this is Greece!