7,000-Year-Old Native American ‘Bog Burial’ Found Off the Coast of Florida

7,000-Year-Old Native American ‘Bog Burial’ Found Off the Coast of Florida

7,000-Year-Old Native American ‘Bog Burial’ Found Off the Coast of Florida The 167 bodies discovered in a pond in Windover, Florida started to stir up excitement in the archaeological world only after the bones were declared very old, and not the product of mass murder. Researchers from Florida State University came to the site, believing that in the swampland some […]

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Archaeologists Find 3,300-Year-Old Claw Of A Bird That Went Extinct 700 Years Ago

Archaeologists Find 3,300-Year-Old Claw Of A Bird That Went Extinct 700 Years Ago

Archaeologists Find 3,300-Year-Old Claw Of A Bird That Went Extinct 700 Years Ago Scientists have estimated the Earth to be more or less 4.54 billion years old, predating even human existence. Indeed, there’s a lot more to learn about our home planet than what we were taught in schools. So, when a photo of an unusually massive bird claw surfaced […]

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Well Preserved Cave Lion Cub Found to be a 28,000-Year-Old Female

Well Preserved Cave Lion Cub Found to be a 28,000-Year-Old Female

Well Preserved Cave Lion Cub Found to be a 28,000-Year-Old Female A nearly 28,000-year-old cave lion cub discovered frozen in the Siberian permafrost, is so well preserved, you can still make out each and every one of her whiskers. Researchers in Sweden claim the cub, nicknamed Sparta, is probably the best-preserved Ice Age animal ever uncovered and describe Sparta in […]

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Cryptic 2,700-year-old pig skeleton found in Jerusalem’s City of David

Cryptic 2,700-year-old pig skeleton found in Jerusalem’s City of David

Cryptic 2,700-year-old pig skeleton found in Jerusalem’s City of David Israeli archaeologists have unearthed the complete skeleton of a piglet in a place and time where you wouldn’t expect to find pork remains: a Jerusalem home dating to the First Temple period. The 2,700-year-old porcine remains were found crushed by large pottery vessels and a collapsed walls during excavations in […]

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Grisly Photos Show an Olive Python Swallowing a Crocodile Whole In One Bite

Grisly Photos Show an Olive Python Swallowing a Crocodile Whole In One Bite

Grisly Photos Show an Olive Python Swallowing a Crocodile Whole In One Bite Kayaker Martin Muller encountered a gruesome sight during a recent trip to Queensland’s Mount Isa: an olive python feasting on an Australian freshwater crocodile it had just squeezed to death.  Muller naturally pulled out his camera and began snapping. The photographs, posted by Australian nonprofit GG Wildlife […]

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Rare long-necked dinosaur that roamed the polar world unearthed in Australia

Rare long-necked dinosaur that roamed the polar world unearthed in Australia

Rare long-necked dinosaur that roamed the polar world unearthed in Australia Today, animals living in Earth’s coldest regions need insulation, whether it’s a layer of fat, fur or feathers — and there’s that evidence that shows dinosaurs required the same protection, too. Researchers have now found the first fossil evidence that dinosaurs donned feather coats to survive the Cretaceous-era climate in […]

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Humpback Whale Carcass Mysteriously Discovered In The Amazon Jungle

Humpback Whale Carcass Mysteriously Discovered In The Amazon Jungle

Humpback Whale Carcass Mysteriously Discovered In The Amazon Jungle After finding a dead humpback whale in the Amazon rainforest, Brazilian wildlife experts were baffled. In the jungle undergrowth on the island of  Marajo, on the mouth of the Amazon River, was found the 10-ton mammal. Although scientists presume that the enormous creature had been hurled to shore during a storm, they […]

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‘Brazilian pink bird-eating tarantulas’ the size of dinner plates are on the loose

‘Brazilian pink bird-eating tarantulas' the size of dinner plates are on the loose

‘Brazilian pink bird-eating tarantulas’ the size of dinner plates are on the loose One of the most recognizable arachnids on earth is the birdeater Goliath. Its impressive size allows it to prey on a variety of creatures, including birds, making it the biggest — and possibly the scariest — spider in the world. But there is more to this Goliath […]

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