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Mt Vinson, Sentinel Range, Ellsworth Mountains, Antarctica

Scientists just found life underneath Antarctica

December 23rd, 2021

When you think of Antarctica, the first thing that comes to mind is most likely that it’s a frozen wasteland. Sure, there is some life in the Antarctic world. But for the most part, the land is mostly made up of a below-freezing environment. Now, though, scientists have uncovered new life underneath the ice shelf.

Researchers just found a well-preserved dinosaur embryo

December 22nd, 2021

Well, it looks like we’re one step closer to getting our own real-life Jurassic Park. Researchers have found a well-preserved dinosaur embryo inside of a fossilized egg. Dubbed “Baby Yingliang”, the embryo is that of a toothless theropod group called oviraptorosaurs. Theropods are known for their bird-like feet. Scientists believe that modern-day birds are descended …

Mammoth tusk exposed in sediment

Researchers discovered a new mammoth graveyard in Britain

December 21st, 2021

A group of researchers has unearthed a massive mammoth graveyard in southwest England. The diggers have found the bones of five mammoths so far. They also found the remains of stone tools crafted by Neanderthals nearby. New mammoth graveyard discovered in Britain The bones found in the mammoth graveyard include two adults, two juveniles, and …

Audio of Jupiter’s icy moon Ganymede is absolutely chilling

December 20th, 2021

Have you ever wondered what a moon sounds like? Apparently, NASA has. Over the weekend, NASA shared a 50-second audio recording taken of Ganymede, Jupiter’s largest moon (and the largest in our Solar System). Earlier this year, NASA’s June spacecraft did a flyby of the massive moon and captured audio of the moon.

Kenyan millipede Telodeinopus aoutii

Scientists discovered a terrifying bug with 1,300 legs and it’ll haunt your dreams

December 18th, 2021

Scientists have discovered the first “true” millipede and it looks like it was pulled straight from the horror dimension. Eumillipes Persephone is an eyeless millipede that has over 1,000 legs across its long body. Virginia Tech researchers found E. Persephone in the depths of Australia’s underground. Scientists say it’s the first super-elongated millipede from the …

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NASA has found evidence of life’s building blocks on Mars

December 17th, 2021

Perseverance, NASA’s Mars rover, has found evidence of organic chemicals, life’s building blocks, on the planet. The team behind the rover announced the discovery on Wednesday. It’s not quite the proof of life that many have been hoping for, but it’s definitely an intriguing find. NASA just found evidence of organic chemicals on Mars Perseverance …