Humans did not drive Australia’s megafauna to extinction – climate change did

Humans did not drive Australia's megafauna to extinction – climate change did

Humans did not drive Australia’s megafauna to extinction – climate change did The land that we now call Australia was populated between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago with gigantic creatures of all kinds, like kangaroos twice the size of man and dragon-like goannas. And according to a new study, for tens of thousands of years early humans probably coexisted alongside […]

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Dead whale had 115 plastic cups, two flip-flops in its stomach

Dead whale had 115 plastic cups, two flip-flops in its stomach

Dead whale had 115 plastic cups, two flip-flops in its stomach In eastern Indonesia, a dead whale that washed ashore had a large lump of plastic waste in the stomach, including cups and flip flops, which caused concern among both environmentalists and government officials in one of the most important plastic- polluting countries in the world. Rescuers from Wakatobi National Park found […]

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Underwater ‘lost city’ found to be a geological formation

Underwater 'lost city' found to be a geological formation

Underwater ‘lost city’ found to be a geological formation What has been considered an underwater, lost city is a geological phenomenon that occurs naturally. Pipe-like, disc-shaped and doughnut-like structures discovered by underwater divers near the island of Zakynthos, Greece, were originally thought to be ruins of an ancient city, such as remains of paved floors, courtyards and columns. Researchers have […]

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