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National Museum of Niger offers culture, history, archaeology, palaeontology ... not forgetting a zoo section.
What makes the alligator interesting, apart from its size, is that the regrown tail exhibits signs of both regeneration and wound healing within the same structure.
We can learn a lot about dealing with climate change-induced disruptions to the environment today from what happened to prehistoric animals, and limestone caves are time capsules of such remains. But will we lose these 'libraries' of past fauna before we can study them?
A webcomic offers a daily dose of humour as depressed dinosaurs find hope in each other.
The ancient rainforest in Royal Belum, Perak was beckoning and once again a group of Malaysian friends were drawn into the tapestry of a Malaysian adventure.
The fossils may open a window into what Otay Mesa looked like about 15 million years ago. It was a place where early camels roamed, and prehistoric hoofed mammals, and probably a carnivore or two. And where volcanoes erupted.
Cheerful face masks are helping to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus in Bulgaria thanks to a small company in the capital Sofia.
Go on an activity trail for some fun places to visit and stuff to do together during the school holidays.
Horror films and haunted houses are big attractions, because scary things turn on the brain’s fight-or-flight response, which increases heart and respiration rates and causes muscles to tense. There’s an enjoyable adrenaline rush even when there’s no actual risk of harm.
Polynesian islands offer more than just sunshine and beautiful beaches.