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Chocolate Aztec calendar for the Department of Anthropology at the National Museum of Natural History holiday party

Chocolate Aztec calendar for the Department of Anthropology at the National Museum of Natural History holiday party

The original midnight movie just turned 40 years old. 14 Absolute Facts About ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’

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The original midnight movie just turned 40 years old. 14 Absolute Facts About ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’

One of the Earliest Science Fiction Books Was Written in the 1600s by a Duchess. The Description of a New World, Called the Blazing World by Lady Margaret Cavendish.

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One of the Earliest Science Fiction Books Was Written in the by a Duchess. Meet Lady Margaret Cavendish, author of The Description of a New World, Called the Blazing World.

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Increasing temperatures have started to leave their mark on the higher altitude regions of Yellowstone National Park, and as the ice disappears, centuries-old wildlife, plants, and human tools are reappearing on the landscape. Unfortunately, it comes at a price: The artifacts are emerging at such a rate that scientists are unable to collect and preserve them all.

Melting Ice in Yellowstone National Park Reveals Ancient Artifacts

Melting Ice in Yellowstone Reveals Ancient Artifacts. So far, the archaeologists at Yellowstone have discovered artifacts ranging from a few hundred to years old. These include ancient animals, trees, wooden weapons, and a variety of tools.

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