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Researchers Found The Last Dinner Of 47.5 Million years Old Fly

Researchers have found a 47.5 Million years old fly with a stomach full of food and plant residues in the Messel, Germany. The fly belongs to the short-proboscid nemestrinids species and genus Hirmoneura. Scientists know very little about the eating preferences of this group of flies. The living species of the planet always are under …

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Southeast Asians Had Adaptive Genetic Resistance Capacity against Malaria 7000 Years Ago: New Study

In the 21st Century, malaria has affected around 8 million population in Southeast Asia. The presence of parasitic disease Malaria in this region has a long history.Researchers have recently found that the ancient people of Pacific and Southeast Asia had a resistance capacity against Malaria around 7000 years ago. It was happened due to evolutionary …

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Ancient Diet of Medieval Nubian Monks Revealed: New Study

A new study conducted on 30 skeletons of a Nubian Monastery reveals the ancient diet patterns of the medieval Nubian monastery of Sudan. According to researchers, historians knew a lot of things about the Byzantine and Egyptian societies but very little is known about the Nubian culture and its food patterns due to the lack of literary resources.   In …

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Neanderthals Could Talk and Hear much Like Modern Humans: New Study

A recent study conducted by researchers reveals similarities between auditory and speech dimensions of Neanderthals and Homo sapiens. The past researches on fossils of initial stage hominins and sima de los huesos hominins of the Middle Pleistocene epoch depict some relationships in vocal communication. But this present study unwinds the secrets of voice and hearing …

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Planet’s Oldest Animal fossils Found In The Indian Prehistoric Caves Of Bhimbetka

A team of researchers has accidentally found the planet’s oldest animal fossils on Maihar Sandstone at the prehistoric caves of Bhimbetka, India. These prehistoric nature rock caves are located in the Madhya Pradesh state of India near the state’s capital Bhopal. In the famous Auditorium Cave of Bhimbetka, the team had come across an impression …

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2700 Years Old Ancient Face Cream Discovered In Liujiawa, China

Today’s world is known for its fashion. Usually, fashion and cosmetic products are considered as the things of the modern world. But currently, Researchers come across a new finding related to an ancient cosmetic industry in China. Although, no one knows about the origin of the manufacturing process of the Cosmetic Industry. But latter patterns …

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Mapping of Prehistoric Walls to produce an Identity For Ancient French Cave Art

Recently, researchers have mapped the Grotte du Mammouth prehistoric rock art site in France with modern High-resolution cartography. The technique was used to do the various analysis of rock art.  At the prehistoric rock art site, researchers have established an innovative approach for mapping the walls of the cave at Grotte du Mammouth. The methodology …

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Who Else Wants To Know The Revealed Mystery Behind Lost Fort Of Alaska

  A lost fort is discovered in the Alaska. The monument has been actually discovered during the broad scale geophysical survey. The location of the fort is very crucial in the history of people of Alaska. The site of fort is linked with a key combat between Tlingit folks and Russian colonizers. The archaeologists and …

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