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Scientists Recreate 3D Image Of Ancient Sea Creature

Scientists Recreate 3D Image Of Ancient Sea Creature

While to the ordinary observer this may look like a goeey green blob, according to researchers at London's Imperial College, this is exactly what the Drakozoon, one of the world's oldest known living creature looked like, when it inhabited the earth, over 400 million years ago.

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Siberian Baby Mammoth Heads To France

Siberian Baby Mammoth Heads To France

Earlier last month, Khroma, a baby Mammoth took its first airplane trip all the way from its frozen home in Siberia where it had lain for over 50,000 years to spend the summer on display in South East France's, .

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Treasure Hunter Unearths Hoard Of Ancient Coins

Treasure Hunter Unearths Hoard Of Ancient Coins

Wiltshire resident David Crisp was doing what he loved best - Walking around the English countryside with his metal detector looking for treasure - What he found has not only made him world famous, but also, quite wealthy!

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World's Oldest Shoe Looks . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surprisingly Modern!

World's Oldest Shoe Looks . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surprisingly Modern!

Paleontologists recently unveiled what they believe is the world's oldest closed-toe shoe. The specimen is so perfectly preserved, that it was initially believed to be only 600-700 years old. However, a Radiocarbon dating test revealed that the shoe is at least 5,500 years old, dating all the way back to 3,500 B.C. or what is thought to be the start of civilization.

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How Did Dinosaurs Grow So Big?

How Did Dinosaurs Grow So Big?

Ever wondered why dinosaurs were gigantic and stood out even in an era when most animals were much bigger than they are today? A team of German paleontologists believes they may have found the answer - The giant lizards didn't chew their food!

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The Bread Art Project - Do Good Whilst Having Fun!

The Bread Art Project - Do Good Whilst Having Fun!

Did you know that of the 17 million children living in America, one in four faces hunger every day or that between 2007 and 2008, the number of kids living in poverty grew by 748,000?

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Video Of The Week - Smithsonian's National Museum Of Natural History Turns 100!

Video Of The Week - Smithsonian's National Museum Of Natural History Turns 100!

On March 17th, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, turned 100 years old. Built with an initial budget of a paltry $3.5mm USD, the 4-acre museum was visited by 1,600 people on opening day.

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German Artist Shores Up Crumbling Walls With Lego Bricks

German Artist Shores Up Crumbling Walls With Lego Bricks

For the last three years, 26-year old German artist, Jan Vormann has been a man on a mission - Patching up old historical walls all over the world, with colorful Lego bricks!

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