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Description AN ANCIENT temple has been discovered by archaeologists in Peru who think it may have been used by pagans for 'rituals of water worship'. The temple is surrounded by graves that date back to between 1,500 BC to 292 AD.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description QUIDDITCH ball shaped fossils are just some of the many discoveries that have been made by amateur archaeologist Aaron Smith. The medical student has found several fossils that date back to the Jurassic period on the beaches of Whitby in Yorkshire.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description This 120-million-year-old flying dinosaur is seriously shaking up the bird family tree.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description “Old” is a subjective term. Ask a five-year-old, and you might hear ‘teenage.” A mid-lifer might say ‘80.” To University of Wisconsin–Madison professor of geosciences John Valley, age 71, “old” is 4-billion years plus. Plus a lot, in fact. In 1999, he and Simon Wilde at Curtin University dated th

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Archaeologists working in the ancient city of Hierakonpolis discovered five ceramic vats containing residues consistent with brewing beer.

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Description The researchers say their findings will help extend the evolutionary relationships between modern and ancient humans further back in time.

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Description BIGFOOT has long been thought of as a potential 'missing link' between apes and humans and now scientists think they've found evidence of an "original" version of the mythical creature. A new study proposes that the 'original Bigfoot' was a 10-foot tall ape that roamed the Earth two million years ago.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description The wreck of a Royal Navy submarine that mysteriously disappeared with 44 people on board during World War II has been discovered off the Mediterranean island of Malta.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Stone Age artists loved drawing horses. One possible explanation is that this was because they believed horses were the most important of all the animals

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description The information collected from these prints can give us a better picture of prehistoric and extinct life.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Method of analyzing enamel proteins may also help sort out human ancestry

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description GOLD dentures with 'hippo ivory' teeth will be auctioned later this month after being dug up in a field near Oxford. The grim-looking false teeth are said to be 200-years-old and are expected to be sold for around £3,000 to £7,000.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Scientists with NASA's Mars 2020 rover have discovered what may be one of the best places to look for signs of ancient life in Jezero Crater, where the rover will land on Feb. 18, 2021. A paper published today in the journal Icarus identifies distinct deposits of minerals called carbonates al

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description CLIMATE change is cracking open 'a nuclear tomb' filled with radioactive waste, according to a recent investigation. The Runit Dome is supposed to be holding more than three million cubic feet of waste from bombs detonated on the Marshall Islands in the 1940s and 50s.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description A nuclear tomb full of radioactive material is at risk of busting open as climate change causes both sea levels and temperatures to rise.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description A FIGHTER plane that crashed off the coast of North Wales during World War II has been given protected status. The ghostly wreck of the US jet is occasionally revealed when the sea washes sand from it.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description USS Grayback was found after an amateur historian made a startling discovery.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Hurricanes are the costliest natural disasters in the United States.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Updated 11 November 2019

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Description Our upright posture may have originated in a common ancestor of humans and great apes who lived in Europe – and not in Africa, as previously thought. That’s the conclusion reached by an international research team led by the University of Toronto’s David Begun and the University of Tübingen’s Madela

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Updated 11 November 2019

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Description Growing up in Israel, Gili Greenbaum would give tours of local caves once inhabited by Neanderthals and wonder along with others why our distant cousins abruptly disappeared about 40,000 years ago. Now a scientist at Stanford, Greenbaum thinks he has an answer. In a new study published in the jou

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Updated 11 November 2019

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Description The discovery of a 13 billion-year-old cosmic cloud of gas enabled a team of Carnegie astronomers to perform the earliest-ever measurement of how the universe was enriched with a diversity of chemical elements.  Their findings reveal that the first generation of stars formed more quickly than previo

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Updated 11 November 2019

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Updated 11 November 2019

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Description THE REMAINS of the oldest meat-eating dinosaur in the world have been discovered in southern Brazil. The beast is called Gnathovorax cabreirai and it's thought to have lived 230 million years ago when South America was still part of the super-continent called Pangea.

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Updated 11 November 2019

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Description A SELECTION of Tutankhamun's burial treasures have just gone on display in London and they range from spooky to spectacular. The following are some of the most unusual objects that were found alongside the young Pharaoh.

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Updated 11 November 2019