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The harvestman, a spider relative also known as a daddy longlegs, was encased in amber during the Cretaceous in what is now Myanmar.
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.
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.
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.
Egypt, Africa, Middle East
The people buried in this cemetery tended to be relatively poor, it was the arid natural environment that mummified them.
The findings also reveal that a change in deep-sea heat transport had a profound effect on the Earth's climate.
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.
United States, North America
Instead of swinging a cane, a blind person can now wear clothing that senses the environment.
The end goal of the research is to figure out how they are able to slow down the aging clock.