62.5 F
Jerusalem, Israel
14 Tammuz 5781 -
? Thursday, June 24, 2021

World’s Longest Marlstone Cave Discovered in Israel Near Dead Sea

Since the discovery of the Qumran caves, several other marl caves have been discovered, but their finding was considered episodic and not particularly significant.

Survey: Kfar Saba (96%), Tel Aviv (91%) Have Happiest Residents

In Jerusalem, only 37% are satisfied with cleanliness (46% of Jews and 21% of Arabs).

More Blessings for Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee)

As happened last year, the water level in the lake is approaching the so-called "upper red line."

Parks Authority, Police, Arrest Druze Who Slaughtered 44 Protected Partridges for Meat

Border Police forces and inspectors of the Israel Nature and National Parks Authority conducted a search of the home of the suspect in Yarka, and found 44 protected partridges slaughtered and packed in a freezer.

Kinneret Just 15.7 Inches Short of Completely Full

With extreme drought conditions continuing to intensify, the government of Israel approved a plan in 2018 to pump desalinated water into the lake.

Female Cuttlefish Gluing Her Eggs to a Coral in Gulf of Eilat

In some species of squid, the females are known to mate with several males and only later choose which one would fertilize her eggs.

Senate Rejects Ocasio-Cortez ‘Green New Deal’ 57 – 0

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was joined initially by her congressional allies on other issues, among them vile attacks on Israel and on Jews, Deb Haaland, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar, and Antonio Delgado – all Democrats.

Happy Purim from Yotvata Hai-Bar Nature Reserve

Endangered and locally extinct animals mentioned in the Bible are bred here for possible reintroduction into the Negev desert.

A Pod of 15 Dolphins Spotted Off Ashkelon’s Coastline

The common bottlenose dolphin is the most well-known species of the family Delphinidae.

Situation Heating Up in the South: Dozens of Arson Terror Balloons Launched into Israel

“The Hamas terrorist organization bears responsibility for everything that is done in the Gaza Strip and emanates from it toward Israel."

Knesset Committee Warns: No Money to Deal with Next Large Scale Oil Spill

"We all understand that it is only a matter of time before a wide-scale contamination disaster takes place at sea."

Israeli Researchers Create ‘Atlas of Cells’ in Stony Coral Reefs

“We believe that our findings will be a milestone in the entire field of coral research and coral reefs conservations.”

Smoke Cloud from Arab Villages’ Electronic Waste Fires Hangs over Moshav Shekef

Most shockingly, the waste arrives in the Arab villages from businesses which are responsible for recycling electronic waste.

Sustainable ‘Plastics’ on the Horizon

The new sustainable biopolymer technology may one day free the world of its worst pollutant, plastic.

Moderate Earthquake Shakes South

A magnitude 5.2 earthquake occurred at a 10 km depth in the Red Sea, 222 km south-west of Eilat.

Gulf of Eilat Discovery: Animal that Regenerate All its Organs

This animal, can regenerate all of its organs so that each piece knows exactly how to regain functioning of all its missing body systems within a short period of time.

Report: Arab Ecological Assault on Alexander River Raging Under Minster Gamliel’s Watch

"Instead of shirking their responsibility and telling Regavim to appeal to other entities, the ministry should put pressure on the local planning and building committees to address the problem."

McDonald’s in Brazil is Using Trays Made from Israeli Trash

The project will begin with restaurants in the Brazilian cities of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Brasilia, and Manaus in the Amazon.

Time Lapse Sunrise Over the Kinneret

A time lapse video of the sunrise at the Arbel Nature Reserve National Park.

On Sunday the Arabs Burned Down 2,000 Acres of Israeli Forest Near Gaza

"We expect an appropriate response, we are not ready to go back to rocket launches and balloon terrorism that don't receive a response."

Watch: Family of Wild Pigs Enjoying the Quiet in Hula Nature Reserve

As of March 18, 2020, all nature reserves and national parks, including campgrounds and beaches, have been closed to the public until further notice.

Watch: Two Healed Turtles Return to the Sea

Inspectors of the Israel Nature and Parks Authority on Friday released to the Mediterranean two sea turtles after several they had received months of medical care.

Lebanon, Israel to Resume Maritime Border Talks

Lebanon is still without a permanent government after the resignation of its prime minister and cabinet ministers following the massive Beirut Port explosion in 2020.

Kinneret is Almost Full, but its Beaches Remain Empty

Just inches from its highest level in 20 years, the Kinneret’s biggest fans remain barred from its shores due to current travel restrictions.

Ancient Olive Tree Goes Up in Flames

Israel's northern district saw huge fires on the outskirts of Nof Harim that consumed about 1,000 acres and led to the evacuation of about 5,000 residents.

Along the Gaza Border, As Anemones Bloom, Hamas Plans — But God Laughs

The fields and hills around the Gaza Belt region are green once more, and anemones are decorating the area with their scarlet blossoms.

Mountain Goats and Foxes Roam Israel’s Empty Preserves

The ibex is a kind of wild goat whose biblical Hebrew name is ya'el.

Israeli Ecologists Create Plan to Save Endangered Mountain Gazelle

Israel and the Palestinian Authority are currently the last strongholds of the mountain gazelle and are home to just 5,000 individuals.

En Afek Nature Reserve on a Perfect November Morning

On this Friday morning, a camera crew assembled to shoot a mysterious sequence under the magical light of the new sun.


Latest News Stories

Sponsored Post

Recommended Today

Something Random from the Week

Printed from: https://www.jewishpress.com/news/israel/worlds-longest-marlstone-cave-discovered-in-israel-near-dead-sea/2020/08/16/

Scan this QR code to visit this page online: