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Burma, Asia
The harvestman, a spider relative also known as a daddy longlegs, was encased in amber during the Cretaceous in what is now Myanmar.
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 | Archaeology
February 03, 2016
Austria, Europe
The skeleton of a camel that lived in the 17th century during the second Ottoman-Habsburg war has been discovered in a refuse pit in Austria.
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 | Archaeology
April 03, 2015
Hong Kong, Asia
The baby's condition, known as fetus-in-fetu, is incredibly rare, occurring in only about 1 in every 500,000 births.
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 | Stories
February 11, 2015
India, Asia
Although the alignments likely had symbolic meanings, it's also possible that the architects of the structure used the solstice sun to help build it.
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 | Archaeology
February 07, 2015
Belize, North America
Although the findings aren't the first to tie a drought to their demise, the new results strengthen the case that dry periods were indeed the culprit.
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 | Archaeology
December 25, 2014
World
Even the editors of serious scientific journals are not immune to the charms of sleepy koalas and penguins playing with robots.
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 | Science
December 23, 2014
Egypt, Africa, Middle East
The people buried in this cemetery tended to be relatively poor, it was the arid natural environment that mummified them.
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 | Archaeology
December 17, 2014
World
It is more likely a person would remember their dreams if they are awakened immediately after one. But there's more.
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 | Science
December 14, 2014
The findings also reveal that a change in deep-sea heat transport had a profound effect on the Earth's climate.
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 | Science
December 05, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
It might not come as a surprise, but here's what the new study reveals: rich families stay rich, and poor families stay poor.
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 | Society
December 02, 2014
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Africa
Though the churning lava seems to come and go, scientists think the volcano may eventually spawn a long-lived lava lake.
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 | Science
November 27, 2014
United States, North America
Instead of swinging a cane, a blind person can now wear clothing that senses the environment.
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 | Innovation
November 18, 2014
World
The end goal of the research is to figure out how they are able to slow down the aging clock.
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 | Science
November 16, 2014
World
Our distant cousins may not share the same 'human' side as us... humans.
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 | Society
November 13, 2014
World
No matter how determined a person is, there are some limitations we simply cannot overcome.
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 | Society
November 07, 2014