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Description Back in 2008, researchers found a weird set of dinosaur fossils in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah.

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Updated 20 July 2018

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Description Tens of thousands of years before Swiss inventor Karl Elsener attached a corkscrew to a pocketknife, Neanderthals had their own multipurpose tools: hand axes.

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Updated 20 July 2018

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Description The first-ever discovery of an ancient snake embryo, preserved in 105-million-year-old amber, provides important new information on the evolution of modern snakes, according to a new study led by University of Alberta paleontologists. “This snake is linked to ancient snakes from Argentina, Africa,

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description A sample of ancient oxygen, teased out of a 1.4 billion-year-old evaporative lake deposit in Ontario, provides fresh evidence of what the Earth’s atmosphere and biosphere were like during the interval leading up to the emergence of animal life. The findings, published in the journal Nature, repre

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description A drone flyby has revealed a huge Neolithic henge near a passage tomb at Newgrange in Ireland.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description Excavations beside the 5,000-year-old passage tomb at Newgrange in Ireland have unearthed a mysterious prehistoric structure – while local historians have spotted yet another buried henge monument near the tomb.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description Its bones have rested in Utah for 78 million years, but this ankylosaur's ancestors likely weren't local.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description The spiky skull of this newfound ankylosaur dinosaur suggests it has Asian roots.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description HEAD for the desert buttes south of Paradise Palms to find this week's hidden treasure.

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Updated 19 July 2018

#10

 

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Description Paleontologists have found a tiny fossilized baby snake within amber in Myanmar, preserved in the early Late Cretaceous period around 99 million years ago.

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Updated 19 July 2018

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Description When sea creatures first began crawling and slithering onto land about 385 million years ago, they carried with them their body armor: scales. Fossil evidence shows that the earliest land animals retained scales as a protective feature as they evolved to flourish on terra firma. But as time passed,

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Updated 18 July 2018

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Description A new high-tech forensic study of the blood flows on the Shroud of Turin, the mysterious linen some Christians believe is Jesus’ burial cloth, is the latest analysis to suggest that it is most likely a mediaeval fake. The results of the investigation, in which scientists used a volunteer and a mannequin and employed sophisticated techniques such as Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (BPA), was published in the latest edition of the Journal of Forensic Sciences.

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Updated 18 July 2018

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Description The Dmitri Donskoii was scuttled off the coast of Korea.

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Updated 18 July 2018

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Description An incredibly well-preserved baby snake trapped in amber dates to 99 million years ago and is the oldest known fossil of a baby snake.

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Updated 18 July 2018

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Description Global investment in renewable energy is on the decline, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). The energy watchdog says there's a significant cont...

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description A new study of how plants grew in the environments of the dinosaur age offers some new clues about their populations.

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description This is a premium smartwatch with pricing at and above $300, but it does have all the necessary hardware features ...

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description Today's items bring back the legendary skin Red Knight for the first since February

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description Palaeontologists face an important question, ‘does the quality of fossil skeletons impact our understanding of biodiversity patterns in the past’. Palaeontologists rely on the fossil record to uncover the hidden pasts of long extinct animal groups. When fossil specimens are discovered, new spe

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description Archaeologists have discovered a mummification workshop, where priests prepared the bodies of the deceased for burial, in the Egyptian desert necropolis of Saqqara. They uncovered burial chambers with three wooden coffins, a limestone sarcophagus, and a mummy with a very rare, gilded silver mask.

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description BI PRIME: In 2018, healthcare startups have raised $15 billion in funding, the most raised in the first half of the year in the last decade. By July, a new crop of unicorns — startups with valuations over $1 billion — were born, while others increased their already billion-dollar valuations.

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Updated 17 July 2018

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Description Scientists from the Universidad Nacional de San Juan in Argentina have discovered a new type of "giant" dinosaur called Ingentia Prima — and it could be a "missing link" between small and large dinosaurs.

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description A peeled-apart wad of papyrus contains a previously unknown text by Galen describing "hysterical apnea."

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description Today's items bring back the legendary skin Red Knight for the first since February

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description Hard to believe but it has been 25 years since Jurassic Park fit hit our cinema screens marks. When the film was released in the UK on 16 July 1993, it presented a new image of dinosaurs far different from the plodding dullards of old films and textbooks. Much of what we’ve learned over the past quarter of a century corroborates this image: dinosaurs were active, energetic and intelligent creatures that were closely related to birds. But palaeontologists have learned a lot about dinosaurs over the last few decades, as a result of hundreds of new fossil species being discovered and the introduction of cutting-edge technologies like CT scanners and computer animation software. Here are five things that we now know were incorrect about the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park…

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description An entire previously unknown burial complex has been uncovered in the Egyptian desert necropolis of Saqqara. The finds centre on a mummification workshop, where priests prepared the bodies of the deceased for burial - a burial shaft in its middle t

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description In the 1970s, the Jupiter system was explored by a succession of robotic missions, beginning with the Pioneer 10 and 11 missions in 1972/73 and the Voyager 1 and 2 missions in 1979. In addition to other scientific objectives, these missions also captured images of Europa’s icy surface features, whic

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Updated 16 July 2018

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Description A silver face mask gilded with gold, a mummification workshop, mummies and sarcophagi have all been discovered at a tomb complex in Saqqara, Egypt.

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Updated 14 July 2018

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Description The ancient skull of a woman that was buried facing a cave holding the remains of 50 people has archaeologists puzzled.

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Updated 13 July 2018

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Description An international team of astronomers have pinpointed a supermassive black hole at the center of a distant galaxy as the first known source for the ghostly particles.

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Updated 13 July 2018

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Description Otzi, the 5,300 year old iceman ate a high-fat, meat-lover's diet. But he wasn't 'Paleo,' and he also ate some toxic ferns and wheat. Scientists are analyzing his stomach contents using DNA analyses, and they're finding out that he wasn't in perfect health.

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Updated 13 July 2018

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Description Earthquakes are known for their destructive power, but a recent quake in Mexico revealed a hidden temple that had gone undetected for hundreds of years.

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Updated 13 July 2018

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Description Quick question – if you found a strange-looking fossil on your property, would you a) call the press, b) call the experts, or c) do neither because, well, who needs that kind of attention?

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Updated 13 July 2018