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Scientists around the world have tried to unravel its contents, but none have succeeded. Now, technology promises to help solve this 600-year-old mystery.
Whether this crazy-haired arthropod is a new species remains to be seen.
Without our natural satellite, the planet's climate would be in chaos and life would disappear.
The southern Amazon was covered in a network of large villages and ceremonial centers before Europeans arrived.
Officials in the country have announced plans to build a lunar base by 2030.
Have you ever thought about becoming an Earth defender and still earning a salary of thousands of dollars?
So far, no one can explain what these brands are and what their origins.
Archaeologists in Mexico City have found another section of 119 skulls that were part of the Aztec capital’s main trophy rack of sacrificed humans.
One of the most important sites investigated in the region of ancient Anatolia.
New images caught something big moving under the waters of the lake.
The waters below Antarctica are amongst the most inhospitable environments on our planet, or so we thought.
The document was written by a witness at the time and explains how the immense granite blocks arrived at the monument.
Our history books are continually being tested and challenged, but few discoveries have thrown a wrench into the officially accepted narrative of human’s origin like the DNA of Alfred Perry.
The intriguing tales of sky beings called Wandjinas who are believed to be the creators of the land and people.
For more than a century, scientists around the world have tried to explain the phenomenon of the red-colored waterfall in Antarctica.