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Mysterious Humanoid Photographed in AntarcticaMysterious Humanoid Photographed in AntarcticaJapanese researchers on the continent of Antarctica have released photos of a mysterious being, which is thought to be a humanoid living on the ice continent. The being in the photo is white, with a height of around...
Asteroids, Antarctica and the exclusion Dinosaurs?Asteroids, Antarctica and the exclusion Dinosaurs?sun. Therefore the Earths atmosphere was so much cooler that it was just impossible for the dinosaurs to survive. During an ice age the Antarctica strike occurred so even tidal waves would have been weakened to mere...
Unique Bloody Red Waterfall Flows in AntarcticaUnique Bloody Red Waterfall Flows in AntarcticaAt the southernmost point in the world - Antarctica, there flows a unique waterfall blood red in color. The five-story phenomenon trickles slowly from the Taylor glacier into Lake Bonney. The red waterfall was...
Dinosaurs Once Roamed the AntarcticDinosaurs Once Roamed the Antarcticyears ago, Antarctica was a warm continent and its territory was home to a wide diversity of dinosaurs. Throughout the course of the current expedition, researchers have managed to map and study territories which no human foot had yet set on. What was revealed before them was a new world of animals long extinct....
Twenty-Foot Seagulls Once Ruled the Skies of AntarcticaTwenty-Foot Seagulls Once Ruled the Skies of Antarctica. The fossils were found on Seymour Island in Antarctica, with scientists identifying the bird to have belonged to the Pelagornithidae family or protobirds that had teeth in their beaks. The feathered members...
What Antarctica Looked Like Before it was Covered with IceWhat Antarctica Looked Like Before it was Covered with IceAntarctica wasn't always the ice shelf that we know today. A new find indicates that the continent contained 3 mountain chains and rich vegetation. The discovery was made by scientists from Northumbria University...
Hooray! The Ozone Hole Over the Antarctic is ShrinkingHooray! The Ozone Hole Over the Antarctic is Shrinkingagainst the Sun's ultraviolet rays, which are harmful to humans. The drastic thinning out of the ozone in the stratosphere about 6.2 mi (10 km) above Antarctica was first spotted in the 80s of the 20th century by British...

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