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Rare fossil bird deepens mystery of avian extinctions

New Archaeological Discoveries Amid the late Cretaceous time frame, in excess of 65 million years prior, fowls having a place with several unique species fluttered around the dinosaurs and through the woodlands as inexhaustibly as...
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48-Million-Year-Old Fossil Owl Is Almost Perfectly Preserved

Archaeological Digs Around 48 million years prior, an owl swooped down to get its prey, not by the light of the moon but rather without trying to hide.How do scientistss know this fowl wasn't a...
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When did the first human migrate from Africa?

Archaeological Digs Investigations on stone tools in India show that human beings may have been scattered from the African continent to the earth much earlier than they thought.Indian and French scientists in India's Tamil Nadu...
The fossil teeth, one of the oldest human remains in Italy, show that the Neanderthal tooth structure evolved 450,000 years ago.

450,000 Annual Teeth Carrying Neanderthal-like Features

Archaeological Digs The fossil teeth, one of the oldest human remains in Italy, show that the Neanderthal tooth structure evolved 450,000 years ago.Jaws and teeth of a Neanderthal. C: WGBHNewly found teeth have been added to...
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Massive Teruzor Jaw Bone Found in Transylvania

The terpene jaw bone analyzed shows that this giant creature is large enough to easily eat the turtles and large dinosaur eggs.Another portrayal of the skeleton of the skeleton in Romania, C: Axel Schmidt...
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The Horse Trapped Under the Ashes Found in Pompeii

Archaeological Digs MS. In 79, the horse that was petrified under the ashes as a result of the explosion of Mount Vesuvius in Pompeii and which has been well protected until today, was unearthed.A horse that...
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700,000 annual stone tools belong to a mysterious human species?

New Archaeological Discoveries Stone tools in the Philippines have brought the modern people to the islands about roughly 600,000 years ago, but we are not sure who made them.In Luzon, one of the Philippine island...