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Scientists discover new evidence for Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

Scientists discover new evidence for Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

In a new study, researchers have discovered new evidence to support the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis. The theory suggests that a fragmented comet slammed into...
Scientists find biggest Tyrannosaurus rex in the world

Scientists find biggest Tyrannosaurus rex in the world

In a new study, scientists have discovered the world's biggest Tyrannosaurus rex. They also found the largest dinosaur skeleton ever found in Canada. The research was...
This 520 million-year-old fossil show origins of comb jellies

This 520 million-year-old fossil shows origins of comb jellies

In a new study, researchers discover a half-a-billion-year-old fossil. The new fossil shows comb jellies have a strong resemblance with other sea-floor dwelling creatures. The discovery...
Dinosaurs were unaffected by climate change before their extinction

Dinosaurs were unaffected by climate change before their extinction

In a new study, researchers found dinosaurs were unaffected by long-term climate changes before the asteroid strike that wiped them out. The research was conducted...
Why other discovered planets may not support life

Why other discovered planets may not support life

In a new study, scientists found that most planets discovered in other solar systems are unlikely to be as hospitable to life as Earth. The...
World's oldest dinosaur eggs reveal new information about dinosaur evolution

World’s oldest dinosaur eggs reveal new information about dinosaur evolution

In a study of the world’s earliest known dinosaur eggs, scientists find new information about the evolution of dinosaur reproduction. The study was led by researchers at...
How does marine snow help cool the planet

How does marine snow help cool the planet

In a new study, scientists from University of Sydney found how carbonate accumulation from ‘marine snow’ in oceans has helped regulate Earth's temperature over...
Copper helped ancient animals thrive on Earth

Copper helped ancient animals thrive on Earth

In a new study, researchers found 700 million years ago, copper was as important as oxygen in helping the earliest animals live and spread. The...
Ancient DNA shows no human population is pure

Ancient DNA shows no human population is pure

Recent studies have shown that examining ancient DNA could provide important insights into human history. In recent research from Harvard Medical School, researchers found with...
Why some icebergs are green

Why some icebergs are green

In a new study, researchers explain why some icebergs have green color instead of the normal blue. The study was done by a team from...