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An ancient, 100-Million-Year-Old Bee Fossilized in Amber With Traces of Pollen

Some 100 million years ago, a bee became stuck in tree resin. Trapped, without any chances of escape, it was…

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An Iceberg the Size of Malta has Just Borken Off of Antarctica

According to reports, a massive Iceberg, with a site little over 300 square kilometers—or approximately the size of Malta—has just…

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An Entirely New Dinosaur Species Has Been Found in Canada

Paleontologists at the University of Calgary and the Royal Tyrrell Museum have reported the discovery of an entirely new species…

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The Dragon’s Triangle: The Pacific Oceans Own Bermuda Triangle

One of the most enigmatic areas in the ocean, shrouded in mystery, tales and paranormal legends is without a doubt…

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Mysterious Ice Circles Seen From Space In Lake Baikal Revealed by Experts

Scientists from Russia may have finally found a satisfactory answer to the enigmatic series of ice circles on Lake Baikal,…

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Did Nostradamus Really Predict the Outbreak of the Coronavirus?

Michel de Nostredame is a French apothecary, writer, astrologer, and seer believed to have predicted countless historical evens hundreds of…

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3 Stumping Examples of Cave Art That Predate Civilization by at Least 40,000 Years

Tens of thousands of years ago, our ancestors roamed the planet in search of shelter and food. From time to…

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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…

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Around 8,000 Years Older Than The Pyramids; This is One of the Oldest Cities on Earth

Thousands of years before Egypt’s first pyramid was conceived, an ancient city was built in present-day Syria. With traces of…

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4 Striking Aurora Borealis Photographs You Have to See

Of all the amazing phenomena on Earth, none are as perhaps as magical as the northern lights, also known as…

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