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Tiny Elephant Shrews Have Been Rediscovered In Africa After Being Classed As A ‘Lost Species’ For The Last 50 Years

Tiny Elephant Shrews Have Been Rediscovered In Africa After Being Classed As A ‘Lost Species’ For The Last 50 Years

It might sound shocking, but 2020 hasn't been all terribly wrong. Because of that, in this article, we'd like to shed some light on a thing that happened this year and was actually pretty damn great. The thing we're talking about...

It might sound shocking, but 2020 hasn't been all terribly wrong. Because of that, in this article, we'd like to shed some light on a thing that happened this year and...

Remember The Massive Coffin That Hasn’t Been Opened In 2000 Years? They Just Opened It

Remember The Massive Coffin That Hasn’t Been Opened In 2000 Years? They Just Opened It

Remember that ominous-looking sarcophagus that was unearthed in Alexandria, Egypt recently? The huge black coffin, unopened for over 2,000 years, kicked off a wild internet debate with people divided between wanting to know what was inside, and fearing a 'Mummy' style...

Remember that ominous-looking sarcophagus that was unearthed in Alexandria, Egypt recently? The huge black coffin, unopened for over 2,000 years, kicked off a wild internet debate with people divided between wanting...

Scientists Discover Real-Life Kermit The Frog In Costa Rica

Scientists Discover Real-Life Kermit The Frog In Costa Rica

Kermit the Frog's distant real-life cousin has just been discovered in the jungles of Costa Rica. The new species, Diane's Bare-hearted Glassfrog (Hyalinobatrachium dianae), is most remarkable for its translucent underbelly (hence the name “glassfrog”) and its bulging white eyes, which...

Kermit the Frog's distant real-life cousin has just been discovered in the jungles of Costa Rica. The new species, Diane's Bare-hearted Glassfrog (Hyalinobatrachium dianae), is most remarkable for its translucent underbelly...

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