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Building complex revealed in Despotiko

Building complex revealed in Despotiko

New buildings have come to light during excavation and restoration works conducted from May 30 to July 7, 2017 at the Sanctuary of Apollo o...
Sea cave preserves 5,000 year record of tsunamis in the Indian Ocean

Sea cave preserves 5,000 year record of tsunamis in the Indian Ocean

An international team of scientists digging in a sea cave in Indonesia has discovered the world's most pristine record of tsunamis, a 5...
Tyrannosaurus rex couldn’t run says new research

Tyrannosaurus rex couldn’t run says new research

It is a classic chase scene in modern cinematic history. The image of a rampant Tyrannosaurus rex (T. rex) chasing Jeff Goldblum as he sits...
Extremely rare Roman sarcophagus lifted from ancient Southwark burial site

Extremely rare Roman sarcophagus lifted from ancient Southwark burial site

A Roman sarcophagus has been found, excavated, and lifted from its ancient grave at a site on Harper Road. It is being moved to the Museum ...
800 year old Greek church in SW Turkey falling into disrepair

800 year old Greek church in SW Turkey falling into disrepair

An 800-year-old Orthodox church in Turkey’s Muğla province is poised to fall into ruin due to its delayed restoration and neglect. Th...
Copper covered baby and adult mummies unearthed in Russia’s Far North

Copper covered baby and adult mummies unearthed in Russia’s Far North

A perfectly-preserved mummy of an adult bound in copper plates from head to toe has been dug up in Russia’s Far North, alongside the mummy ...
Study reveals origin of modern dog has a single geographic origin

Study reveals origin of modern dog has a single geographic origin

By analyzing the DNA of two prehistoric dogs from Germany, an international research team led by Krishna R. Veeramah, PhD, Assistant Profes...
More than 252 million years ago, mammal ancestors became warm-blooded to survive mass extinction

More than 252 million years ago, mammal ancestors became warm-blooded to survive mass extinction

Today mammals and birds are the only true warm-blooded animals. They are called endotherms, meaning they produce their body heat internally...

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