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Does something standing 12 feet tall, weighing 1500lbs, and that can travel 40 miles per hour entice you. How about limb crushing, vice like teeth designed for shearing? Would you be afraid? The Fastest Running Bear That Ever LivedIn quaternary North America, the late pleistocene represents the peak of ursid diversity. The giant short-faced bearContinue reading “Giant short faced bear: arctodus simus”
It is said the white quartz stones on the side, and skylights or the ‘roof box’ at Newgrange reflected light. Newgrange (Irish: Sí an Bhrú) is a 1.1 acre prehistoric monument in County Meath in Ireland, located on a rise overlooking the River Boyne. It was built around 3200 BC. The main monument in theContinue reading “Neolithic Architecture, Newgrange, Ireland”
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