Category: Science & Nature
Camelops: The North American Ancestor of All Camels

Camelops: The North American Ancestor of All Camels

Camels and their relatives originated in America about 50 million years ago. How did the American Camelops spread across the world and what happened to it?

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Moeraki Boulders – Spheres of Nature in Otago, New Zealand

Moeraki Boulders – Spheres of Nature in Otago, New Zealand

Although Maori legends and science attempt to explain the Moeraki Boulders of New Zealand, the giant round stones still maintain their mystery.

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The Pobiti Kamani Stone Forests in Bulgaria

The Pobiti Kamani Stone Forests in Bulgaria

The towering pillars of the Pobiti Kamani Stone Forest are 50-milion-yr-old remnants of an ancient reef on the Bulgarian Black Sea near Varna.

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100 Million-Year-Old Fossilized Damselfly With Attractive Legs

100 Million-Year-Old Fossilized Damselfly With Attractive Legs

This fossilized damselfly trapped in amber tells us that even 100 million years ago it was helpful to have attractive legs to charm the opposite sex.

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The Sexiness of Stink: Was Napoleon Right About Body Odor?

The Sexiness of Stink: Was Napoleon Right About Body Odor?

"I'm coming home. Don't wash," Napolean said to his wife. Did he have an attraction to body odor? Are We Missing Out on Something By Bathing So Often?

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Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Firehose Lava

Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Firehose Lava

The most active volcano in the world, Kilauea, is awe inspiring. Learn about Hawaiian geology and see incredible recent photos and firehose lava video.

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Ancient Egyptian Animal Mummies

Ancient Egyptian Animal Mummies

Archaeologists have found millions of ancient Egyptian animal mummies of all different types of creatures. What were the purposes of those animal mummies?

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Bolivia Dinosaur Footprints Wall at Cal Orcko Cretaceous Park

Bolivia Dinosaur Footprints Wall at Cal Orcko Cretaceous Park

At the Bolivia Cal Orcko Cretaceous Park over 5000 dinosaur footprints and 262 tracks were found on a giant 48,000 m2 limestone wall.

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10 Interesting Facts About Jupiter

10 Interesting Facts About Jupiter

Jupiter is so enormous that all the other planets in our solar can fit inside it. How much do you know about the gas giant? Here are 10 facts about Jupiter.

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Tabby’s Star: A Deep Space Mystery Never Seen Before

Tabby’s Star: A Deep Space Mystery Never Seen Before

The Kepler space telescope detected unprecedented anomalies of Tabby's Star, and even the scientific community has theories of a solar alien megastructure.

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Min Min Lights of the Australian Outback

Min Min Lights of the Australian Outback

Min Min lights are mysterious orbs in the Outback of Australia. Are they really spirits as the Aborigine believe, or something explainable by nature?

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North Sentinel Island: Home to the Pre-Neolithic Sentinelese

North Sentinel Island: Home to the Pre-Neolithic Sentinelese

North Sentinel Island is home to a pre-Neolithic tribe that is as vulnerable as they are mysterious. Who are these people and what do we know about them?

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The Boötes Void – A Patch of Space With Few Stars

The Boötes Void – A Patch of Space With Few Stars

The Boötes void, or the Great Void, is a relatively empty region of space that spans a distance of 250 million light-years in diameter. Where are the stars?

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Known and Cryptid Carnivorous Plants and Trees

Known and Cryptid Carnivorous Plants and Trees

Forget Venus Flytraps. Watch out for those man eating trees. Lets look at some known and cryptid carnivorous plants and trees from around the world.

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What Caused The Scandinavian Mystery Spiral?

What Caused The Scandinavian Mystery Spiral?

During the early hours of 9 December 2009, Scandinavians witnessed a magnificent mystery spiral that created a buzz around the world. What was it?

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Historic Mysteries