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University of Florida researchers have unearthed a new and enormous species of crocodile in a Colombian coal mine. continue reading »
60 kilometers away from the city of Tacna in southern Peru, thirty-seven pre-Incan tombs-- estimated to be between 2800 and 3500 years old, have been accidentally discovered by construction workers who, as part of the installation of a water system for the Boca del Río settlement were digging trenches last week. continue reading »
Dr. Richard Freund of the University of Hartford, thinks he might have found the lost city of Atlantis, buried deep within a swamp in the south of Spain. continue reading »
Tlaloque 1 is only 12 by 20 inches and 8 in height. It could be Pixar Wall-e's little brother, with its 4x4 traction and 2 remote-controlled camcorders that are able to do 360 degree turns; one at the front and the other at the back. Tlaloque 1 has its own illumination source and transmits images to a computer monitor in the exterior. continue reading »