9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan

9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan

9,000-Year-Old Stonehenge-Like Structure Found Under Lake Michigan Archaeologists found something much more fascinating than they got credit for when searching under the waters of Lake Michigan for shipwrecks: they uncovered a rock with a prehistoric carving of a mastodon, as well as a collection of stones arranged in a Stonehenge-like manner. Gazing into the water In modern archaeology, the use […]

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Sediments from Lake in Japan Reveal Stable Climate Led to Origin of Agriculture

Sediments from Lake in Japan Reveal Stable Climate Led to Origin of Agriculture

Sediments from Lake in Japan Reveal Stable Climate Led to Origin of Agriculture The advent of agriculture was a significant turning point in the history of modern humans, beyond which humans started living a sedentary life and formed a so-called “civilization.” However, the environmental factors responsible for this revolutionary change in human lifestyle have been unclear for quite a long. […]

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Olmec Civilization: Survivors of Atlantis?

Olmec Civilization: Survivors of Atlantis? Are the Ancient Olmecs Survivors of Atlantis? It is a theory that according to many, could explain the incredible technologies and skills of this enigmatic Ancient Civilization. Even though the Olmec civilization is surrounded by numerous mysteries, researchers believe that all the classical cultures of Mesoamerica originated from this mysterious civilization. But where did this ancient […]

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What is the risk level for coronavirus in children? What you need to know is here

What is the risk level for coronavirus in children? What you need to know is here

What is the risk level for coronavirus in children? What you need to know is here Nearly 90,000 people have suffered infections and caused over 3,000 deaths with the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the source of the COVID-19 outbreak. Parents are clearly concerned. It is necessary, however, to note that very few children have been positive for the virus and very […]

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Barbaric footage shows bull kill itself after partygoers set fire to its horns

Barbaric footage shows bull kill itself after partygoers set fire to its horns

Barbaric footage shows bull kill itself after partygoers set fire to its horns At the festival of “Bulls on Street, a modernized version of Spain’s interesting Running of the Bulls was a bull’s horns were set ablaze, causing the frightened animal to run right into a pole. While Spain is known for its bullfighting, this instance of a bull killing itself […]

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A Roman fort has been discovered under where thousands of us have walked in Exeter city centre

A Roman fort has been discovered under where thousands of us have walked in Exeter city centre

A Roman fort has been discovered under where thousands of us have walked in Exeter city centre Under the bus stop of Exeter, the remains of a Roman fort have been found. The finds which took place during the reconstruction of the site in Devon town have been defined by archeologists as significant and unexpected. First, a Roman ditch was revealed, […]

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Mom’s Phone Call Helps Uncover Oldest Long-Necked Dinosaur on Record

Mom's Phone Call Helps Uncover Oldest Long-Necked Dinosaur on Record

Mom’s Phone Call Helps Uncover Oldest Long-Necked Dinosaur on Record There’s a lot missing from the fossil record when it comes to the earliest dinosaurs. That makes the discovery of not one but three well-preserved skeletons, two of them nearly complete, all the more significant. Even better: The new species they represent, Macrocollum itaquii, is the oldest long-necked dinosaur known. The […]

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VA announces leadership shake-up after a veteran patient was covered in ant bites in his room

VA announces leadership shake-up after a veteran patient was covered in ant bites in his room

Air Force Veteran Dies Covered In Ant Bites At Veterans Affairs Hospital In Georgia An army officer of Vietnam died in the U.S. The Department of Veterans Affairs assisted living facility on Saturday, but before he died, he was twice found covered in ants. Laquana Ross didn’t take long to realize that her 74-year-old dad, Joel Marrable, had something wrong. […]

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Fishermen discover massive skull and antlers from ancient ‘Irish elk’

Fishermen discover massive skull and antlers from ancient 'Irish elk'

Fisher Man Reels in Massive Skull of 10,000 years old Megaloceros Elk On the lakebed of Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland, a fishing fighter and his assistant were out on Sept. 5 when they reached the distance from their usual catch. With its skull nearly fully intact, Raymond McElroy and his assistant, Charlie Coyle were shocked by massive elk antlers. […]

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