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Description The rain of meteorites from space onto our planet over the last 500 million years may not have fallen in quite the way we thought.

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Updated 10 June 2021

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Updated 09 June 2021

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Description The microscopic rotifer puts Rip Van Winkle to shame.

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Updated 09 June 2021

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Description A list of 5 famous, prehistoric creatures found frozen in ice.

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Updated 09 June 2021

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Description The face of a woman who lived more than 13,000 years ago in what is now Thailand, and is a likely descendant of the first humans to populate Southeast Asia, is seeing the light of day.

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Description Gravitational wave observatories have spotted black holes that were too massive to be explained by our best models, and they may have formed from weird stars in the early universe

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Description DECAPITATED Roman skeletons dating back 1,700 years have been unearthed at three Roman cemeteries at Knobb's Farm in Cambridgeshire.The 17 skeletons a

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Description Australotitan cooperensis is believed to be among the 10-15 largest dinosaurs worldwide.

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Description Penn State musicologist Marica Tacconi discovered the fakes on sabbatical in Venice.

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Updated 08 June 2021

#12

 

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Description Australotitan was a colossal leaf-eating dinosaur, the biggest yet found Down Under.

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Description ANCIENT worm-like creatures have been discovered in frozen ground in Siberia and they're still alive despite being 24,000-years-old.The microscopic or

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Description Paleontologists classified a new species of sauropod that now ranks as Australia's largest dinosaur. The species was known as Australotitan cooperensis.

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Updated 08 June 2021

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Description When we think of Antarctic exploration, the narrative is overwhelmingly white. The first confirmed sighting of mainland Antarctica was attributed to a Russian expedition in 1820, while the first landing on the mainland is attributed to an American

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Updated 07 June 2021

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Description Australotitan was a colossal leaf-eating dinosaur, the biggest yet found Down Under.

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Updated 07 June 2021

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Updated 07 June 2021

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Description The earliest genetic evidence for goat domestication comes fossils of goats that lived in the Zagros Mountains of Iran about 10,000 years ago

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Updated 07 June 2021

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Description American watchmaker Fossil has confirmed that the existing Wear OS smartwatches of the company will not be upgraded to the new combined Wear operating system from Google and Samsung.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 07 June 2021

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Description The microscopic rotifer puts Rip Van Winkle to shame.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 07 June 2021

#21

 

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Description For tens of thousands of years, a microscopic creature lay frozen and immobile underground in the Siberian permafrost.

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Updated 07 June 2021

#22

 

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Description The microscopic rotifer puts Rip Van Winkle to shame.

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Updated 07 June 2021

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Updated 07 June 2021

#24

 

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Description Rotifers are small and squishy and do not look resilient, but one individual has endured about 24,000 years frozen in permafrost, and is now thriving

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Updated 07 June 2021

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Description A MYSTERIOUS tomb just a few miles from Dublin is older than the Pyramids of Giza and continues to baffle scientists.Newgrange in Ireland's historic C

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 06 June 2021

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Description Where else can you see a 1.5 hp 1895 Electrobat next to a 1,000 hp Hummer EV?

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Updated 06 June 2021

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Description An amateur archaeologist recently uncovered the oldest known animal carvings in Scotland while exploring a Bronze Age burial chamber.

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Updated 05 June 2021

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Description THE legend of Atlantis describes a fictional utopia whose greedy and corrupt citizens fell victim to the cruel wrath of the gods.But while the tale of

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Updated 05 June 2021

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Description An ocean evet some 19 million years ago nearly wiped out the entire shark population, a new study has found. What remains today is just a sliver of the diversity of the shark population that existed then.

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Updated 05 June 2021