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Watch This Video: Flesh-Eating Beetles Strip a Body to the Bone

Although we would take long time to deliberately ignore thoughts of our death as well as transient fleshy existence, the science of death is closely linked with the science of life, and in some sense it should be quite interesting! This Halloween special from Deep Look will allow us to observe […]

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Image credit: Kennewick Man's skull, front view. Courtesy of Smithsonian/Chip Clark

DNA Results Indicate Kennewick Man Was Native American

In 1996, two students found Ancient human remains on a river bank in Kennewick, Washington, so the skeleton they discovered was nicknamed as Kennewick Man. The remains was dated back to 9,000 years ago and it is thought to be one of the most complete skeletons unearthed so far in […]

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Image credit: A couple who have been holding hands for 700 years have been uncovered at the ‘lost’ chapel of St. Morrell in Leicestershire. Credit: University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS)

Skeleton Couple Unearthed Holding Hands for 700 Years

“Til death do us part” is the very popular saying describing the true love between wife and husband. However the new finding of scientists may change it in some unusual case. Recently, during excavation of the “lost” chapel of St. Morrell in east Leicestershire, archeologists from the University of Leicester have unearthed eleven human […]

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