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March 18, 2015


Beautiful cave paintings dating from the late Neolithic, Epipaleolithic and early Bronze Age. The Magura cave in Bulgaria.

How Art Began

Scientists date an Indonesian cave painting to 40,000 years old—shaking up previous ideas about art's origins and migration.

March 4, 2011


white rhino

Rare Javan Rhino Captured On Video

The Javan rhinoceros is one of the most rare animals in the world and it was just spotted on video tape.

February 8, 2006



Milky Seas

Seamen have long reported miraculous sightings of luminous, glowing seawater.

August 11, 2005


Sensing Disaster

You know how animals are supposed to be able sense disasters before they happen? Well some believe it’s a myth, though there are lots of reports of animals behaving strangely days before the tsunamis hit in Indonesia. Hundreds of thousands of ants were seen scurrying away from the beach. Elephants, dogs, and zoo animals were all reported to have been acting strangely. What can explain it? Learn more on this Moment of Science.

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