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Dunes on Mars Reveal the Red Planet’s Colorful Side

Mars is truly a fascinating planet. Not only because it was once a place that resembled Earth, with massive oceans, river systems, and lakes, but because life as we know it may have developed there at one point. Whether this was the case remains to be seen, and various scientific …

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Possible Evidence of Amputation Dates Back 31,000 Years

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA—According to a Live Science report, 31,000-year-old remains recovered from a limestone cave in a remote region of the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo bear evidence of surgical limb amputation. When the bones were unearthed by Tim Maloney of Griffith University, India Ella Dilkes-Hall of the University …

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Traces of Native American Village Found in Florida

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA—According to a First Coast News report, St. Augustine city archaeologist Andrea White and her colleagues have found pottery and postholes from Palica, a Native American village, under a nineteenth-century house in St. Augustine’s Lincolnville neighborhood. The house was constructed a couple of feet above the ground, which …

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Hundreds of Monumental “Kites” Spotted in Arabian Desert

OXFORD, ENGLAND—According to a statement released by the University of Oxford, some 350 monumental structures known as “kites” have been spotted in northern Saudi Arabia and southern Iraq with satellite imagery. Michael Fradley of Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa (EAMENA) and his colleagues used open-source satellite …

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Study Reveals Glaciers Flowed on Ancient Mars

Since Mars lacks glacial valleys, scientists believed that ancient ice masses on the Red Planet must have remained frozen to the ground, remaining motionless throughout the planet’s history. A variety of valleys and fjords have been carved into the surface of the Earth by the weight and grinding movement of …

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