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Archaeologists in Egypt have uncovered colorful ceiling frescoes in an ancient Egyptian temple.
The current outbreaks of the monkeypox virus in Europe and North America might have originated and spread through sex at two raves in Spain and Belgium.
Camels' large, leathery mouths can handle the prickly thorns of almost any kind of desert vegetation, including that which other desert animals steer clear of.
The largest coastal redwoods tower more than 350 feet above the ground.
Archaeologists think the missing foot of a woman buried in China almost 3,000 years ago was amputated as a criminal punishment, according to a new study.
Triops, commonly called tadpole shrimp or dinosaur shrimp, belong to an ancient group of freshwater crustaceans and live in temporary pools.
Everything you need to know about dietary fat and why including it in your diet is important for good health
Visible light is a type of electromagnetic radiation between the infrared and ultraviolet wavelengths, and it can be detected by cells in the human eye.
A pair of kayakers discovered a skull fragment near the Minnesota River. Authorities were shocked to learn that the bone was 8,000 years old.
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