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First active leak of seabed methane discovered in Antarctica
The first active leak of methane from the sea floor in Antarctica has been revealed by scientists.
Historic brick walls discovered in New Zealand
Heritage Properties NZ have exposed the foundations of the first brick building in Invercargill, a city in New Zealand, which was constructed in 1863 under the former ASB building on Esk Street. An archeology investigation is currently taking place.
Ancient cave paintings discovered in western Thailand
Archeologists announced the discovery of ancient murals estimated to be up to 3,000 years old in a cave in the west of Thailand.
Iron Age 'princess' discovered in France
The remains of a 2,800-year-old woman dripping with blue glass beads and wearing a copper belt buckle have been discovered by French archeologists.
Archeologists have discovered unknown forts in Greater Poland
Ten newly discovered forts have been revealed by archeologists applying aerial photography and magnetic measurements in southeastern Wielkopolska also known as Greater Poland, a historical region of west-central Poland.
Lost Bronze Age hill forts discovered in England
Amateur archeologist and photographer Darren Murray believes he has discovered two hidden ancient monuments in Devon, England, during lockdown by using his local knowledge and a new type of laser light technology.
Natural cave discovered in northern Iran
A natural cave has been discovered in Deylaman district in northern province of Gilan, said the head of the province’s Cultural Heritage, Handicraft and Tourism Department on Friday.
3,000 year-old silver cup discovered in Khalkhal
A 3,000-year-old silver cup and 140 historical objects dating back the Iron Age have been discovered in the historical cemetery of Shal Village in Khalkhal, northwestern province of Ardebil, according to an official.
Paintings discovered inside coffin of 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy
Conservators have discovered paintings inside the coffin of an Egyptian mummy after she was lifted out of it for the first time in more than 100 years.
How HIV develops resistance to key drugs discovered
The mechanism behind how HIV can develop resistance to a widely-prescribed group of drugs has been uncovered by new research from the Crick and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, with the findings opening the door to the development of more effective treatments.
'Extremely rare’ Assyrian carvings discovered in Iraq
In the eighth century BC, Assyrian King Sargon II ruled over a wealthy and powerful empire that included much of today’s Middle East and inspired fear among its neighbors. Now a team of Italian and Iraqi Kurdish archeologists working in northern Iraq have uncovered ten stone reliefs that adorned a sophisticated canal system dug into bedrock.
Evidence of recycling from 3,000 years ago discovered at site of ancient civilization in Middle East
Archeologists have discovered evidence that ancient people living in the area of what is now Dubai practiced recycling methods around 3,000 years ago.
How ‘piece of Mayan genius’ was discovered in lost city
Archeologists were stunned by the discovery of a lost Mayan city which contained a “piece of architectural genius” beneath the overgrown jungle.
Trees from ancient forests discovered in deep ocean
The remains of ancient forests have been discovered deep beneath the sea, thousands of miles from land, with scientists finding 19 million-year-old wood chips in sediment layers at the bottom of the Bay of Bengal, the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean.
Trove of 'super-deep' diamonds from Earth's interior discovered
Scientists found a trove of "super-deep" diamonds from hundreds of miles below the Earth’s surface.

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