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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Siberia’s “Living Crater”
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Siberia’s “Living Crater”

A dark dark mountain rises above the bright green landscape of the dense Russian taiga. Looking like a giant speaker…
Radiocarbon Dating Helps Researchers Solve Archaeological Riddle in Siberia
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Radiocarbon Dating Helps Researchers Solve Archaeological Riddle in Siberia

There’s a mysterious complex in southern Siberia that has attached experts for decades. Despite conclusive evidence about its construction, we’ve…
Rewriting History: Scientists Find Oldest Connection Between Native Americans and Siberia
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Rewriting History: Scientists Find Oldest Connection Between Native Americans and Siberia

With the help of human population genetics, ancient pathogen genomics, and isotope analysis, scientists from the Max Planck Institute for…
46,000-Year-Old Frozen Bird Found In Siberia Stuns Experts
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46,000-Year-Old Frozen Bird Found In Siberia Stuns Experts

In 2018, researchers in Siberia came across a frozen bird hidden among the permafrost. Analysis of the bird’s remains revealed…
Here’s the First Video of the Massive Head of a 40,000-Year-Old Siberian Wolf
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Here’s the First Video of the Massive Head of a 40,000-Year-Old Siberian Wolf

The world was recently introduced to another sensational discovery made in Siberia: the severed head of a massive, 40,000-year-old extinct…
Here Are 7 Striking Discoveries From Siberia That Changed History
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Here Are 7 Striking Discoveries From Siberia That Changed History

Siberia, spanning across a massive geographical region encompassing parts of Eurasia and North Asia, this territory extends from the Ural…
5,000-Year-Old Rock Art Depicting “Celestial Bodies” Revealed in Siberia
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5,000-Year-Old Rock Art Depicting “Celestial Bodies” Revealed in Siberia

Some 5,000 years ago, artists in Siberia drew some of the most sophisticated artwork the region has ever seen. Depicting…
Remains of 5,000-Year-Old Siberian “Birdman” Discovered by Archaeologists
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Remains of 5,000-Year-Old Siberian “Birdman” Discovered by Archaeologists

An odd but significant discovery has been made in Siberia, shedding light on the customs and religious practices of people…
Scientists Baffled by Siberian ‘Living Crater’ that Constantly ‘Shape Shifts’
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Scientists Baffled by Siberian ‘Living Crater’ that Constantly ‘Shape Shifts’

It’s a strange world out there. More than 70 years ago, geologists stumbled across a strange crater in Siberia. Dubbed…
How a Change in Climate Wiped out the ‘Siberian Unicorn’
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How a Change in Climate Wiped out the ‘Siberian Unicorn’

Kieren Mitchell, University of Adelaide; Adrian Lister, Natural History Museum; Alan Cooper, University of Adelaide, and Chris Turney, UNSW A…
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…
60 Years Since The First Human Space Flight
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60 Years Since The First Human Space Flight

On April 12, we celebrate exactly six decades since the launch of the first human to space. Anniversaries are a…
Tunguska – UFO Crash or Natural Explanation? Here’s What the CIA Files Say
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Tunguska – UFO Crash or Natural Explanation? Here’s What the CIA Files Say

Early in the morning of June 30, 1908, at 7 hours and 15 minutes local time, a fireball passed through…
Scientists Successfully Recover Oldest DNA in History From 1.2 Million-Year-Old Mammoth
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Scientists Successfully Recover Oldest DNA in History From 1.2 Million-Year-Old Mammoth

Biologists have reconstructed the ancient DNA of three mammoths from the Siberian permafrost. The age of two specimens exceeds a…
What Caused The Mysterious Tunguska Explosion of 1908?
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What Caused The Mysterious Tunguska Explosion of 1908?

On June 17, 1908, in the sky over a sparsely populated area of ​​the taiga, near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River,…
What Happened To The 42,000-Year-Old Frozen Nematodes That Russian Scientists “Woke Up” in 2018?
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What Happened To The 42,000-Year-Old Frozen Nematodes That Russian Scientists “Woke Up” in 2018?

The news that Russian scientists have “thawed” ancient nematodes (roundworms) from the Siberian permafrost initially attracted attention in 2018. Then,…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Last Ice Age
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the Last Ice Age

What do you imagine when you hear the words “ice age”? I bet that makes you think of mammoths and…
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Ancient Clovis Culture
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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Ancient Clovis Culture

Theoretical evidence for the existence of ancient American cultures that predated the previously known civilizations existed long before the original…
10 Most Well-Preserved Pre-Historic Animals Of All Time
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10 Most Well-Preserved Pre-Historic Animals Of All Time

Archaeologists excavate numerous sites and stumble upon various remnants of mummified or naturally preserved bodies. The remnants are usually found…
10 Mysterious and Historical Places to Visit in Bulgaria
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10 Mysterious and Historical Places to Visit in Bulgaria

  Countries like Bulgaria rarely fall in the field of view with the existence of the major tourist locations in…
9 Most Ancient Lakes In the World
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9 Most Ancient Lakes In the World

Planet Earth is a mysterious place, and there is still a lot to discover and uncover. There are certain lakes…
Here Are 3 of the Biggest Mysteries About “Alien” Life on Mars
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Here Are 3 of the Biggest Mysteries About “Alien” Life on Mars

While mankind is eager to set foot on the Moon again, astronomers and scientists are already cooking up plans to…
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