Bizarre 'alien corpse' discovered in Russia has experts stumped

A tiny alien creature that washed up on the banks of a river in western Russia has locals and experts stumped.
A tiny alien creature that washed up on the banks of a river in western Russia has locals and experts stumped.
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NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.
NFF CEO Simon Talbot says Chinese farm industry and political officials are confused about the union-led campaign against the FTA.
AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a AUSTRALIAN Wool Innovation has warned of the risks of a "fiscal cliff" if the current 2 per cent wool levy is not supported.
DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today. DEBATE over government intervention at saleyards has underpinned evidence presented at the red meat inquiry today.
THE powerful El Nino continues to intensify in the Pacific and is now the strongest since the record-breaking 1997-98 event. THE powerful El Nino continues to intensify in the Pacific and is now the strongest since the record-breaking 1997-98 event.
8:43 AM The World No.1 delighted fans after his 6-4, 6-1, 6-2 cruise past Andreas Haider-Maurer in New York with a display anyone's dad would be proud of.
8:28 AM Marriage vows are one thing, but the public service Code of Conduct, that's serious.
8:18 AM The Donald had resisted committing to back the winner of the Republican primaries, but seems to now believe he will win.
7:44 AM Matthew Wade's unbeaten 71 led Australia to victory in a mixed series-opening one-dayer in Southampton.
7:06 AM Move to ban five-day breaks between matches would be hypocritical, coach says.
6:38 AM Storm coach says he has never seen a football team so exhausted, while Storm skipper Cam Smith says the players' union will raise matter with the league.
6:30 AM One of 7-Eleven's most savage critics, former ACCC tsar Allan Fels, will spearhead a company-funded investigation into the widespread exploitation of thousands of workers in the...
2:24 AM Tim Cahill was left on the bench because Australia wanted a more mobile strike force to be able to run at a Bangladesh rearguard that was guaranteed to sit back and defend deeply, coach...
2:22 AM A boat carrying dozens of migrants has sunk in rough seas in the Malacca Strait off Malaysia, killing at least 14 people, according to Malaysian rescuers.
1:13 AM Justin Pascoe has the task of turning around the embattled club after being named CEO after a 'global search'.
1:11 AM Any heartache Robbie Farah may be feeling towards his Tigers axing took a drastic backseat on Thursday when he spoke about a topic closer to his heart.
1:05 AM The head of the NFL has been asking the same question on the minds of NFL fans across the United States: Who is this Jarryd Hayne?
12:27 AM The Socceroos ran out 5-0 winners of their second World Cup qualifying match on the road to Russia 2018.
Souths forwards are performing similar to last season but no one has filled the void left by Sam Burgess.
03 Sep 15 Souths forwards are performing similar to last season but no one has filled the void left by Sam Burgess.
ACT Brumbies playmaker Christian Lealiifano is back in Canberra after travelling nearly 50,000km and playing on three different continents in the past month.
03 Sep 15 ACT Brumbies playmaker Christian Lealiifano is back in Canberra after travelling nearly 50,000km and playing on three different continents in the past month.
03 Sep 15 Wallabies coach Michael Cheika was never going to select his best team for Saturday's Test against the US Eagles, as much as fullback Israel Folau recently said he might to keep momentum...
03 Sep 15 Waratahs captain Dave Dennis says he was bitterly disappointed to miss out on Michael Cheika's 31-man Rugby World Cup squad but will use that as motivation to continue the Sydney Stars'...
03 Sep 15 Belgian photographer Harry Gruyaert was one of the first of the European street photographers to take colour film seriously. In the early 1970s, when colour photography was associated...
03 Sep 15 Diamonds coach Lisa Alexander has told Susan Pettitt her international career is not over despite the NSW Swifts shooter being overlooked for former teammate Gretel Tippett - who had the...
03 Sep 15 Injury-prone Richmond utility Ricky Petterd has announced his retirement, effective immediately.
03 Sep 15 China put on its biggest display of military might on Thursday in a parade to commemorate victory over Japan in World War II, an event shunned by most Western leaders but which...
When Preterm first opened in 1974, its first opponents were illegal abortionists.
03 Sep 15 When Preterm first opened in 1974, its first opponents were illegal abortionists.
03 Sep 15 An Australian has drowned in the Mentawai islands in Indonesia a week after surfer Ron Schneider was killed in a surfing accident at a nearby beach.
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The Australian urban elite political class ceded the marketing of our wheat crop to the foreign
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It could bite them on the rear if growers vote for the 1pc levy. We really don't see a lot for
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Every farmer has the right to farm as he wishes, but in doing so he must ensure that his method
A STATE-of-the-art water treatment plant built in Marian will provide an increased and more reliable supply of water to Marian and Mirani residents.31 Jul 15 A STATE-of-the-art water treatment plant built in Marian will provide an increased and more reliable supply of water...
THE future is looking bright for two young Katherinites after they were announced as finalists in the Territory government’s premier training awards for 2015.03 Jul 15 THE future is looking bright for two young Katherinites after they were announced as finalists in the Territory...