Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The Last Mammoths Lived After the Great Pyramid

When you think of a woolly mammoth and the end of the last Ice Age, most people think they were gone right around the time people started to build cities. All the giant ancient mammals and birds were dead or dying out some 10,000 to 15,000 years ago. Well.... not ALL of them.

Possibly Dreaming Octopus Exhibits Unreal Color Changes

Octopus may be dreaming as it changes colors in its sleep.

Avocado, the Perfect Food, has Genome Sequenced

Avocados have successfully had their genome sequenced!

New Ceratopsian Line of Accurate, Collectible Dinosaur Figures is Coming!

Some cool accurate collectible Triceratops figures are coming soon!

Pass Microsoft SQL Certification Exams With ExamSnap Practice Tests

Easily pass your Microsoft SQL Certification Exams with these ExamSnap Practice Tests!

5 Amazing Animals to Know

Here are 5 amazing animals you should check out!

Astronomers Find Water on Habitable Zone Planet

K2-18b isn't a rejected Star Wars droid. It's the name astronomers have given a planet orbiting a faraway star. Oh, and this one probably has liquid water.

Rare full moon to appear on Friday the 13th

The United States hasn’t had a Friday the 13th full moon since Oct. 13, 2000 — and the next won’t occur until Aug. 13, 2049

Tyrannosaurus Rex Had Built in Air Conditioner

Tyrannosaurus rex, everyone's favorite dinosaur, is still yielding surprises despite having gone extinct roughly 60 million years ago.

The Macaws from Rio are Extinct

In 1987, conservationists started tracking all the known birds in an effort to safe the species. No big finds of birds in the wild or in captivity have happened.

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