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A frozen bird found in the Siberian permafrost is a 46,000-year-old lark, scientists have revealed. The bird was found in the ground in the Belaya Gora area of ...
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OSLO, Norway — Skiing for Lise Lotte Storløkken, like many Norwegians, is a combination of personal passion and patriotic identity. Storløkken, 70, was on her daily walk in ...
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Stunning artifacts have been recovered from the wreck of HMS Erebus, one of two 19th-century Royal Navy ships involved in a doomed expedition to locate the Northwest Passage. ...
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The search for present-day life on Mars is heating up. And for good reason: An improved knowledge of Mars’ geologic diversity and history, a better appreciation of life ...
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‘War to end all wars’: How World War I still resonates today As the world marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I, the ...
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Climate change could wipe out almost all coral reef habitats around the world by 2100, according to research released Monday. The bleak outlook forecasts that warming oceans and ...
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Pictured above, a blue ice area in Antarctica. (UNSW/AntarcticScience.com) (UNSW/AntarcticScience.com) Antarctica just experienced its single hottest day ever recorded, hitting a high of 69.35 degrees Fahrenheit (20.75 degrees Celsius) ...
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Nearly a decade into his life sentence for murder, Lydell Grant was escorted out of a Texas prison in November with his hands held high, free on bail, ...
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Archaeologists have discovered fossils of an enormous, prehistoric rat that was the size of a human years ago in South America. Known as Neoepiblema acreensis, the 10-million-year-old rat weighed approximately ...
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In the late 1800s, famed explorer Robert Edwin Peary — the man credited with leading the first expedition to reach the North Pole — returned from his Arctic ...
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