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Fossil footprints hint at giant sloth chase
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 4-26-2018 | 0 comments
New evidence has been discovered to suggest that our ancestors hunted down giant prehistoric sloths.




Was ancient 'hashtag' the first human symbol?
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 4-25-2018 | 4 comments
Hashtag-like etchings found on a rock in South Africa's Blombos Cave are thought to be over 100,000 years old.




'World's largest mosquito' discovered in China
Category: Natural World | Posted on 4-25-2018 | 17 comments
A Chinese entomologist found the insect, which has a wingspan of 11.




Hubble Space Telescope has turned 28
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 4-24-2018 | 2 comments
The world-famous telescope has been capturing images of the cosmos for the better part of three decades.




Uranus smells like rotten eggs, say scientists
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 4-23-2018 | 20 comments
Hydrogen sulfide, which gives rotten eggs their smell, has been discovered in the seventh planet's atmosphere.




'Super Earth' aliens may be trapped by gravity
Category: Extraterrestrial | Posted on 4-23-2018 | 17 comments
On planets more massive than the Earth, launching things in to space will be a lot more challenging.




Asteroid mining could be worth trillions
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 4-22-2018 | 7 comments
According to Goldman Sachs, asteroid mining has the potential to produce the world's first trillionaires.




Mutation helps Bajau people stay underwater
Category: Natural World | Posted on 4-19-2018 | 7 comments
In a rare case of natural selection in modern humans, the free-diving Bajau people have developed a larger spleen.




Artist can draw entire cities from memory
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 4-18-2018 | 7 comments
Stephen Wiltshire, who was diagnosed with autism at the age of three, is one of the world's most skilled artists.




Plants have a unique way of avoiding sunburn
Category: Natural World | Posted on 4-18-2018 | 3 comments
A new study has revealed that plants protect themselves from Sun damage by repairing their own DNA.

 
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