French and U.S. experts are continuing their search for the 17th-century ship Griffin, which they believe sank in northern Lake Michigan in 1679.
12 hours ago from Phys.org
A lost medieval city that thrived on a mist-shrouded Cambodian mountain 1,200 years ago has been discovered by archaeologists using revolutionary airborne laser technology, a report said.
Sat 15 Jun 13 from Phys.org
The tomb likely held a military commander and his wife of China's Northern Qi Dynasty.
17 hours ago from Livescience
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Study solves the mystery of one of the most extreme adaptations in the animal kingdom: how marine mammals store enough oxygen to hold their breath for up to an hour.
Thu 13 Jun 13 from BBC News
(Phys.org) —Mammals vary enormously in size, from weighing less than a penny to measuring more than three school buses in length. Some groups of mammals have become very large, such as elephants ...
Fri 14 Jun 13 from Phys.org
MUSCLE EVOLUTION: Ancient armoured fish had complex musculature - including abdominal muscles - the discovery of uniquely preserved tissue on Australian placoderm fossils has revealed.
Thu 13 Jun 13 from ABC Science
(Phys.org) —The findings came from X-ray experiments by a team from The University of Manchester, working with colleagues at the US Department of Energy's (DOE) SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. ...
Tue 11 Jun 13 from Phys.org
MIXED GREENS: Kangaroos have survived through millennia of dramatic environmental change in Australia partly by having a very flexible diet, a new analysis of fossilised marsupial teeth suggests.
Wed 12 Jun 13 from ABC Science
Traces of an escape tunnel are uncovered at the site of an infamous Nazi death camp in Poland.
Thu 13 Jun 13 from Discovery.com
Brazilian paleontologists Taissa Rodrigues, of the Federal University of Espirito Santo, and Alexander W. A. Kellner, of the National Museum of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, have ...
Wed 12 Jun 13 from Phys.org
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