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Archaeologists Unearth Ancient Greek Mosaics In Pristine Condition, There’s Nothing Like It

by Jake Manning/Shareably – Imagine the thrill of unearthing three ancient greek mosaics dating back 2,220 years ago. Back in 2014, Professor Kutalmış Görkay of Ankara University and his team of archeologists discovered three ancient greek mosaics in the Turkish city of Zeugma near the border of Syria. Imagine the thrill of unearthing three ancient greek mosaics dating back 2,220 years ago. Back in 2014, Professor Kutalmış Görkay of Ankara University and his team of archeologists discovered three ancient greek mosaics in the Turkish city of Zeugma near the border of Syria. For some context, back in 2007, Zeugma was expecting a flood due to constructions of a dam. The archeologist team feared that they would lose the ancient treasures of Zeugma to this flood and immediately began their expeditions. Upon their search for ancient treasures, they stumbled upon three ancient greek mosaics belonging to the 2nd century BC. The mosaics, shockingly,...

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Archaeologists Make Major Discovery in Egypt’s Luxor

A 3,500-year-old tomb with several mummies, sarcophagi and statues was found in the Draa Abul Nagaa necropolis. Egyptian authorities have hailed an “important discovery” after archaeologists unearthed several mummies, 10 colourful wooden sarcophagi and more than 1,000 funerary statues in a 3,500-year-old tomb near the city of Luxor. The 18th Dynasty tomb, discovered in the Draa Abul Nagaa necropolis near the famed Valley of the Kings, belonged to a nobleman named Userhat who worked as the city judge, Egypt’s antiquities ministry said in a statement on Tuesday. “There are 10 coffins and eight mummies. The excavation is ongoing,” Mostafa Waziri, the head of the archeological mission, told the AFP news agency. The tomb was opened to add more mummies during the 21st Dynasty, about 3,000 years ago, to protect them during a period when tomb-robbing was common, Waziri said at the site. “It was a surprise how much was...

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Brilliant Mother Goose Asks Police Officer To Help Her Baby (VIDEO)

by Amanda Froelich – Not only will this extraordinary story inspire you to respect all wildlife, it is likely to reignite your faith in the possibility of compassionate police officers With numerous stories of police brutality in the media nowadays, it’s heartening to hear some positive news that concerns law enforcement workers. This story is one of them. Last week, Officer James Givens of the Cincinnati Police Department was sitting in his patrol car when he was accosted by a very unexpected visitor. The creature in need was a goose, and she  seemed dead set on getting his attention. “This goose came up and started pecking on the side of the car,” Givens told The Dodo. “I threw some food out for her, but she didn’t take it. She just kept pecking and quacking. Then she walked away, stopped and looked back. Then came over again and pecked some more.” It...

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The Jellyfish Nebula

Wow…….. just wow !!!!

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Thank You, Hubble

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The Peak of Beauty

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Arching to the Heavens

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The Hills Are Alive

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Taking a Shine to DC

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Blue Ridge Beauty

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Try On Zion

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Revisiting Lewis & Clark

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D’oh! A Deer!

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Monument to Nature

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Animal Files – Sand Cats: The Only Cats That Live in the Desert

By Mihai Andrei, ZMEScience – I know, I know, we’ve written about sand cats before, but these are simply not animals you can just write once. Now, we’re back – with more pics, and more info about these adorable yet ferocious predators. Sand cats can be found deep in both sandy and stony deserts, far away from any source of water. Having thickly furred feet, they are well adapted to the extreme and harsh environment of the desert, and are well insulated against both cold and hot temperatures. The sand cat’s claws on the forelimbs are short and very sharp while the ones on the hind feet are small and blunt. The long hairs growing between its toes create a cushion of fur over the foot pads, helping to insulate them while moving over hot sand – just like the Fennec Fox. This feature also masks their footprints and makes them...

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Okey Dokey, Smoky

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The Treasure of Sierra Nevada

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It Doesn’t Get Much Better

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A Bird in the Hand

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Whoooo Not Disturb!

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