Archaelogy

Saber-Toothed Cat Fossil Found in Las Vegas (Photo)

Filed in Animals, Archaelogy, United States by on December 17, 2012 0 Comments

It was reported that a pair of fossils which was found in the hills of north of Las Vegas is no other than a saber-toothed cat. They are often refers to a large range of species identified as the same by the general public because they bear similar long teeth. Many of these species evolved several adaptations […]

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Alleged Mastodon Tooth found by Fisherman

Filed in Animals, Archaelogy, Science by on October 7, 2012 0 Comments

Davy Villanueva, Fisherman, says he found what he believes to be the tooth of a prehistoric elephant along the banks of the San Antonio River. He sent photos of the discovery to KENS 5 which shows a large and jagged boulder-like object that looks like it could be some sort of tooth. Villanueva said he […]

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‘Vampire skeletons’ have been found in Bulgaria (video)

Filed in Amazing Stories, Archaelogy, Weird, World by on June 7, 2012 0 Comments

A “vampire skeletons” have been found by Bulgarian archeologists in Sozopol, located near Black Sea. Bulgarian names for an undead vampire include: Vampir, Vorkolak, Ouber, Ustrel. Bulgarians believed that a vampire is a corpse which returns from the grave. A person who died a violent, unnatural death or whose corpse was jumped over by a […]

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Mammoth Bones Discovered In Iowa (Video)

Filed in Animals, Archaelogy, Science, World by on June 7, 2012 0 Comments

An Iowa family discovers a prehistoric mammoth skeleton in their backyard. The man, a farmer, identified as John first found the 4-foot-long mammoth femur bone in 2010, spotted a marrow line around the top of the ball joint of the femur. This happens two years ago wherein he and his sons thought that it was […]

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Bigfoot Hair Samples wanted for European Study

Filed in Archaelogy, Featured, Science, World by on May 24, 2012 0 Comments

A group of researchers from Oxford University and the Lausanne Museum of Zoology would probably like to talk to you. The researchers are hoping to analyze DNA from several bigfoot hair samples in order to prove, or disprove, the existence of bigfoot. According to reports, scientists are calling for all bigfoot aficionados to contact them […]

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9,000-Year-Old Mask up for auction at Christie’s

Filed in Archaelogy, Business, Featured, Money, World by on May 24, 2012 0 Comments

A 9,000-year-old mask is set to be auctioned off at Christie’s June 8. The 9,000-year-old limestone mask will be the oldest art piece to ever grace the famed auction house, reports Yahoo. The 9,000 year-old mask Image Credit: Christie’s Below is the description of 9,000 year-old mask that can be found at Christie’s official website A JUDEAN DESERT LIMESTONE MASK PRE-POTTERY […]

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Ancient ‘Loch Ness Monster’ suffered from arthritis in jaw

Filed in Animals, Archaelogy, Featured, Science, World by on May 16, 2012 0 Comments

Scientists discovered ancient creatures that apparently developed arthritis in their monster jaws and could possibly the reason why they died. According to research, fossil of an extinct marine reptile called as “pliosaur” sported huge jaws and teeth about 8 inches (2o centimeters) long. It had a 10-foot-long (3 meters), crocodilelike head, short neck, whale-like body […]

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Iceman Mummy ‘Otzi’: Oldest human blood ever found (Photo and Video)

Filed in Archaelogy, Featured, Science, World by on May 3, 2012 0 Comments

Iceman Mummy: the mummy of an iceman named ‘Otzi’ was discovered on 1991 in the Italian Schnal Valley glaciera. Is believed to be Oldest human blood or the oldest traces of human blood  ever found. A new research published today in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, helps confirm the story of Otzi’s death. The […]

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Godzillus Fossil: The 150-pound fossil recovered in Kentucky

Filed in Archaelogy, Science, United States, World by on April 26, 2012 0 Comments

In the photo below, amateur paleontologist Ron Fine, of Dayton, Ohio, discusses the fossil he discovered with Carl Brett, and David Meyer, professors of Geology at the University of Cincinnati, at Caster Library on the campus in Cincinnati. According to several international news sites, The 150-pound fossil recovered last year in Kentucky is more than […]

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Huge Dinosaur Eggs Found in Chechnya Region (Photo)

Filed in Animals, Archaelogy, Featured, Science, World, World News by on April 18, 2012 0 Comments

A team of Russian Geologists have discovered what they believe to be fossilized dinosaur in a mountainous area of Chechnya. Reports say that the eggs found in Chechnya were laid by plant eating dinosaurs 60 million years ago. “We’ve found about 40 eggs so far, the exact number has not been established,” said Said-Emin Dzhabrailov, […]

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New Canadian coin with dinosaur features glows in the dark (Photo)

Glow in dark is usually for children who are afraid of the dark. But Canadian government gave a new glow with their coins. The coin will be just any ordinary coin in daytime but when the dark came, the dinosaur features at the center will glow. It really amazed kids who will see it and […]

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Birdlike Dinosaur discovered in Patagonia: Dinosaur to lay eggs when death struck

Filed in Animals, Archaelogy, Featured, World by on April 12, 2012 0 Comments

Two dinosaur eggs alongside the skeletal remains of a birdlike dinosaur suggest this female died just before laying her eggs some 70 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period in Patagonia, according to researchers. Alvarezsaurid, birdlike dinosaur, is a group of theropod dinosaurs believed to be the line that eventually led to modern-day birds. Even though […]

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