Gavin Ellis is always searching for something interesting, in between writing, studying and living in the Dublin Bay South, Ireland.

Researchers Make Extraordinary Discovery Of Fossilized Dinosaur Sitting On Egg-Filled Nest

Researchers Make Extraordinary Discovery Of Fossilized Dinosaur Sitting On Egg-Filled Nest

Researchers Make Extraordinary Discovery Of Fossilized Dinosaur Sitting On Egg-Filled Nest A multinational team of researchers has revealed a first for the world of palaeontology: a dinosaur preserved sitting atop a nest of its own eggs that have fossilised babies inside. There are rare dinosaurs preserved in their nests, and so are fossil embryos. This is the first time that […]

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Of Masts & Mastadons: Another “Stonehenge” found in Lake Michigan

Of Masts & Mastadons: Another “Stonehenge” found in Lake Michigan

Of Masts & Mastadons: Another “Stonehenge” found in Lake Michigan As researchers have discovered a rock carving of a Mastodon at the underwater Stonehenge of Lake Michigan, another remarkable discovery has been made.  In 2007, at a depth of twelve metres, Researchers discovered a strange group of aligned stones that are thought to be over 10,000 years old Archeologists from […]

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Stunning bead-net dresses: The zenith of ancient Egyptian fashion

Stunning bead-net dresses: The zenith of ancient Egyptian fashion

Stunning bead-net dresses: The zenith of ancient Egyptian fashion Fashion trends are not just new construction. In ancient Egypt, fashionable looks were an important part of everyday life, particularly for the elite members of society. One of the most popular fashions was a bead-net dress. While historians were aware of artistic representations of women wearing bead-net dresses, real examples were […]

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Two-Million-Year-Old Stone Tools Found in East Africa

Two-Million-Year-Old Stone Tools Found in East Africa

Two-Million-Year-Old Stone Tools Found in East Africa Oldowan, the oldest-known stone tool industry, belongs to the newly-discovered stone tools. The Oldowan tools were probably manufactured by Homo habilis, dating as far back as 2.6 million years ago, and are a significant landmark in human evolutionary history. “Our study sheds further light on our distant origins and evolutionary history,” said co-author […]

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