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"Whimsical " eyeshadow on the brow bone, "Chickadee" in the crease. "Morocco" to blend the crease "Cocoa Bear" and "Corrupt" to add depth. on the lid I used "Houdini" and ABH MoonChild glow kit "Blue Ice" on the center of the lid and inner tear duct.

SLIGO, IRELAND—A butchered brown bear bone discovered in Alice and Gwendoline Cave in County Clare in 1903 has been dated to 12,500 years ago. The knee bone, or patella, had been stored with other bones and artifacts from the cave in the National Museum of Ireland since the 1920s. “Archaeologists have been searching for the Irish Palaeolithic since the nineteenth century, and now, finally, the first piece of the jigsaw has been revealed.

A single bear bone has transformed what we thought we knew about Irish history, showing humans were tromping through the country years earlier than history books claim. The bone with seven cuts. Science News Summaries.

Bear bone rewrites human history in Ireland | A rediscovered bear bone puts humans in Ireland at least 12,600 years ago.

Bear bone rewrites human history in Ireland

A rediscovered bear bone puts humans in Ireland at least years ago.

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The Vintage Tote Bag

Our friend Ryan Barr from Whipping Post has added a new product to the line of vintage bags. The stylish Vintage Tote Bag is as Ryan calls it “the Swiss army kn

The skeleton of the last breeding native male Pyrenean Brown Bear. The 22 bears known to be living in the Pyrenees are either female or introduced from Slovakia. Toulouse Natural History Museum thanks suziechaney for the submission

The skeleton of the last breeding native male Pyrenean Brown Bear. The 22 bears known to be living in the Pyrenees are either female or introduced from Slovakia. Toulouse Natural History Museum thanks suziechaney for the submission

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Earliest evidence of humans in Ireland

The earliest evidence for humans in Ireland was a bear bone with marks of stone tools. It has been radiocarbon dated to years ago. This can tell a lot of the origins of the earliest Irish people.

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