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Radiocarbon Helps Date Ancient Objects—But It's Not Perfect loading...
Radiocarbon Helps Date Ancient Objects—But It's Not Perfect
For nearly 70 years, archaeologists have been measuring carbon-14 levels to date sites and artifacts.
Rare Fossil In A Fossil Reveals A Dinosaur's Surprising Last Meal loading...
Rare Fossil In A Fossil Reveals A Dinosaur's Surprising Last Meal
The discovery not only uncovers a new species of ancient lizard, it shakes up our understanding of the food web 140 million years ago.
6 Recent Deaths Push Rare Whales Closer To Extinction loading...
6 Recent Deaths Push Rare Whales Closer To Extinction
There are only about 400 North Atlantic right whales left, and they’re being killed faster than they can reproduce.
Discover Italy’s Most Delicious Secret loading...
Discover Italy’s Most Delicious Secret
Sunny and savoury Calabria is the culinary gem you’ve never heard of.

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