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Limusarus Inextricabilis: This Unusual Dinosaur Shed Teeth As It Aged

In an unusual new discovery, one species of dinosaur shed teeth as it grew older, making it the first of its kind in fossil records, and the first of its kind among reptiles. Limusaurus inextricabilis lived about 160 million years ago, and based on researchers’ findings, babies were most probably omnivorous or carnivorous, sporting sets

Limusarus Inextricabilis: This Unusual Dinosaur Shed Teeth As It Aged

In an unusual new discovery, one species of dinosaur shed teeth as it grew older, making it the first of its kind in fossil records, and the first of its kind among reptiles. Limusaurus inextricabilis lived about 160 million years ago, and based on researchers’ findings, babies were most probably omnivorous or carnivorous, sporting sets

Ancient Tombs Discovered In Egypt: 'Compelling Evidence' 4,200-Year-Old Site Could 'Hold A Pharaoh'

Archaeologists have unearthed what they say is “compelling evidence” of what could turn out to be recovered pharaonic tombs in Egypt, according to Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities. Researchers have uncovered an 4,200-year-old encroachment wall that is believed to be a supporting structure for the known tombs of the first upper terrace, but they still have

Life On Mars: NASA's Curiosity Rover Hits 'Jackpot' In Crater, Strong Indicators Of Habitability

Detecting alien life in the universe has been a seeming thankless and frustratingly nonproductive chore thus far, but NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover has gathered what looks to be quite a bit of promising data regarding the Red Planet’s former habitability, scientists revealed recently. In fact, they are referring to the findings as a “jackpot” of

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Antimatter Observed For The First Time, According To Report From ALPHA Researchers [Video]

Researchers with ALPHA, an international collaboration based at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland, claim to have made the first ever measurement of antimatter on the optical spectrum, according to a report from Phys.org. The researchers used a hydrogen atom in their research because, with only one proton and one electron,

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Oldest Known Fossils Discovered: 3.7 Billion Year Old Fossils Found Due To Global Warming [Video]

The oldest known fossils ever known have recently been discovered and scientists are giddy. Researchers believe that the fossils, discovered, ironically, because global warming melted some long-frozen snow in Greenland, could be the fossilized remains of ancient bacteria. If they are correct, the newly discovered fossils would be fully 220 million years older than anything

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YInMN Blue: Science Discovers New 'Near Perfect' Color By Accident

Sometimes, it’s the accidental discoveries that can be the most beautiful. In a lab full of chemists who were investigating the electronic properties of several chemicals, including manganese oxide, stumbled across what has been described as a near perfect shade of blue through sheer accident. Isn’t science great? When it was first discovered, albeit inadvertently,

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