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Could we soon be touring Jurassic Parks of our own?
DNA preserved in 75-million-year-old baby duck-billed dinosaur has recently been discovered during the analyses of microscopic skull fragments. The study, conducted at the Museum of the Rockies, could suggest that DNA can preserve for tens of millions of years, much longer than the previously accepted million year mark.
“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.”
Drought reveals “Spanish Stonehenge” older than the Pyramids. After 50 years of immersion on the bottom of a basin, a 5000-year-old monument has emerged. It is believed the Celts living in Iberia 4,000 years ago may have built the structure.
How the other half lived…. in 1890s NYC! A compilation of captivating photographs by Jacob Riis.
Grab a glass of red and enjoy a musical trip down memory lane with Radiooooo’s music time machine.
The most beloved brands by generation pulls data from MBLM’s 2020 Brand Intimacy Report and visualizes the top 10 brands that different generations connect with the most.