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Cavers discover snakes and waterfalls inside Yemen's infamous 'Well of Hell' in world-first descent

Cave explorers from Oman have become the first people to fully explore the infamous 'Well of Hell' sinkhole in Yemen.
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Cavers discover snakes and waterfalls inside Yemen's infamous 'Well of Hell' in world-first descent

Cave explorers from Oman have become the first people to fully explore the infamous 'Well of Hell' sinkhole in Yemen.

Even mild COVID-19 can shrink the brain, preliminary research finds

Reduced brain volume in people who have experienced COVID-19 resembles brain changes typically seen in older adults. The implications of these findings are not yet clear.
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Even mild COVID-19 can shrink the brain, preliminary research finds

Reduced brain volume in people who have experienced COVID-19 resembles brain changes typically seen in older adults. The implications of these findings are not yet clear.

Ritualistic artifacts found at 'Temple of the Pharaohs' in Egypt

Archaeologists excavating a temple at the ancient city of Buto, about 59 miles (95 kilometers) east of Alexandria, in Egypt, have found 2,700-year-old tools and sculptures that were used in rituals for Hathor, the goddess of the sky.
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Ritualistic artifacts found at 'Temple of the Pharaohs' in Egypt

Archaeologists excavating a temple at the ancient city of Buto, about 59 miles (95 kilometers) east of Alexandria, in Egypt, have found 2,700-year-old tools and sculptures that were used in rituals for Hathor, the goddess of the sky.

La Palma volcano eruption's infernal beauty visible from space (Photos)

New astronaut and satellite images of an active volcano on the island of La Palma reveal the frightening beauty of the eruption, as well as its dangerous proximity to humans.
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La Palma volcano eruption's infernal beauty visible from space (Photos)

New astronaut and satellite images of an active volcano on the island of La Palma reveal the frightening beauty of the eruption, as well as its dangerous proximity to humans.

Earliest conclusive evidence found of humans in the New World

Fossilized human footprints found in New Mexico reveal that people dwelled in the Americas during the last ice age's peak — conclusive proof of early migration to the New World.
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Earliest conclusive evidence found of humans in the New World

Fossilized human footprints found in New Mexico reveal that people dwelled in the Americas during the last ice age's peak — conclusive proof of early migration to the New World.

What to eat before a run

Choosing what to eat before a run can confuse even the biggest fitness fan. Experts reveal what you need to fuel up on to get the most from your run.
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What to eat before a run

Choosing what to eat before a run can confuse even the biggest fitness fan. Experts reveal what you need to fuel up on to get the most from your run.

Astronomers discover enormous 'cavity' in the Milky Way being masked by a cosmic illusion

Astronomers discover that two large clouds of gas in the Taurus and Perseus constellations are separated by a 500 light-year-long 'cavity', thanks to an ancient supernova.
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Astronomers discover enormous 'cavity' in the Milky Way being masked by a cosmic illusion

Astronomers discover that two large clouds of gas in the Taurus and Perseus constellations are separated by a 500 light-year-long 'cavity', thanks to an ancient supernova.

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