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78,000-Year-Old Burial Site In Africa Rewrites History—10 Interesting Remarks
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78,000-Year-Old Burial Site In Africa Rewrites History—10 Interesting Remarks

Archaeologists have discovered the oldest human burial in Africa, dating back about 78 thousand years ago. The remains of a…
The Human Brain Evolved No More Than 1.7 Million Years Ago In Africa
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The Human Brain Evolved No More Than 1.7 Million Years Ago In Africa

Anthropologists have discovered that the brain of our anthropoid ancestors began to transform into a “human brain ” much later…
Scientists Find Remnants of Destroyed Ancient Planet in Africa
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Scientists Find Remnants of Destroyed Ancient Planet in Africa

A meteorite that formed before the earth was discovered in the Sahara. Scientists believe that it was formed as part of…
12 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About African Tribal Masks
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12 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About African Tribal Masks

Ancient tribal masks of Africa portrayed multiple things, including a connection with divine deities, spirits, and the deceased. People wore…
This Giant Squid Spotted in South Africa Makes Me Feel Uncomfortable About Swimming in the Ocean 
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This Giant Squid Spotted in South Africa Makes Me Feel Uncomfortable About Swimming in the Ocean 

Everyone loves the ocean, right? Well, not everyone, there are those of us who love colder weather. But I admit,…
Mystery “Ghost Ship” From African Coast Washes Up on Irish Shore
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Mystery “Ghost Ship” From African Coast Washes Up on Irish Shore

A mysterious 77-meter cargo ship sailing with a Tanzanian flag has washed up on the Irish Shore following Storm Dennis.…
A Change in Earth’s Orbit Pushed Mankind Out Of Africa
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A Change in Earth’s Orbit Pushed Mankind Out Of Africa

Changes in the Earth’s orbit that influenced the planet’s climate could lead to more humid corridors that allowed human migration…
A 210,000-Year-Old Skull Found In Greece is the Oldest Fossil Outside of Africa
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A 210,000-Year-Old Skull Found In Greece is the Oldest Fossil Outside of Africa

The skeletal remains discovered in Greece could rewrite the history of human migration in Euroasia. Scientists have revealed new details…
Modern-day Africans Conserve DNA from Unknown Extinct Human Species
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Modern-day Africans Conserve DNA from Unknown Extinct Human Species

According to a study published in Genome Biology, modern-day Africans conserve DNA from an unknown and extinct human species. With…
LIDAR Technology Reveals Lost Ancient Metropolis in Africa
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LIDAR Technology Reveals Lost Ancient Metropolis in Africa

A lost ancient city has been discovered using LIDAR Technology, in South Africa. What was once thought to be mere…
Stone Tools Date Early Humans in North Africa to 2.4 Million Years Ago
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Stone Tools Date Early Humans in North Africa to 2.4 Million Years Ago

Mathieu Duval, Griffith University and Mohamed Sahnouni, Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) When did early humans…
There’s Mounting Evidence The Continent of Africa Is Splitting in Two
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There’s Mounting Evidence The Continent of Africa Is Splitting in Two

A large crack, stretching several kilometers, made a sudden appearance earlier this year in south-western Kenya. The tear, which continues…
10 of the Most Influential Figures in Ancient History Before Christ
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10 of the Most Influential Figures in Ancient History Before Christ

When it comes to the history of the human race, it is more than essential to understand that, regardless of…
Buried Traces of Ancient Man Dating Back Million Years Found in Sahara Gold Mine
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Buried Traces of Ancient Man Dating Back Million Years Found in Sahara Gold Mine

Scientists surveyed an abandoned gold mine located in the eastern part of the Sahara Desert in Sudan and discovered hundreds…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Ancient Pyramid of El Cerrito
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Ancient Pyramid of El Cerrito

There are thousands of pyramids scattered across the globe. Wherever we look, we will find that ancient civilizations erected these…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Ancient Roman City of Leptis Magna
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Ancient Roman City of Leptis Magna

Leptis Magna is one of the few completely preserved Roman cities in the world. Located in modern-day Libya, this is…
Ancient Gadgets – The Instruments that Shaped Humanity
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Ancient Gadgets – The Instruments that Shaped Humanity

The ability to create and use tools was a defining mark in the evolution of humans. Over time, many of…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Richat Structure
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Richat Structure

Who would expect that one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of planet Earth is located in the nothingness of the…
Scientists Reconstruct Oldest Modern Human Genome From 45,000-Year-Old Skull
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Scientists Reconstruct Oldest Modern Human Genome From 45,000-Year-Old Skull

The genome of a modern human was deciphered, whose skull was found in the Zlatý Kun (“Golden Horse”) cave in…
Vikings: From Pirates to Colonizers of America
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Vikings: From Pirates to Colonizers of America

Many people believe that the Vikings were a nationality. On the contrary, they were something like a military alliance that…
Deep Within Our Planet Remain the Fragments of an Ancient Alien World
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Deep Within Our Planet Remain the Fragments of an Ancient Alien World

According to one theory of the formation of the moon, 4.5 billion years ago, an ancient alien world called Theia…
Oldest Stone Technologies Are Even Older Than Previously Thought
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Oldest Stone Technologies Are Even Older Than Previously Thought

In parallel with the biological evolution of early humans, they also developed certain cultural technologies that improved their life and…
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