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An "exceptional" prehistoric jade ax connects Seville and the Alps

Prehistory is a period of the human being that does not cease to awaken interest and fascination, at the same rate as scientific research continues to delve into the habits, relationships and ways of life of those societies, refuting certain prejudices about their dynamics. In this sense, it is not difficult to find studies and research works that demonstrate how those cultures had a degree of complexity and development probably higher than what the ordinary citizen's imagination associates with Prehistory.

Scientific popularizer Eduard Punset dies

Scientific popularizer Eduard Punset dies

"Today, May 22, Eduard Punset has died in Barcelona after a long illness," the family of the popular Spanish science communicator, who was diagnosed with lung cancer, has communicated through social networks In 2007, the figure of Punset became popular for being the presenter and director of the scientific dissemination program 'Redes' on Spanish Television.

Play Call of War online for free

Play Call of War online for free

In Call of War you will experience the Second World War in the first person through tank confrontations, naval battles and exciting aerial combats, being able to rewrite the course of history.Take control of one of the powerful nations during the times of the Second War World and with it, conquer provinces, forge alliances and strengthen your economy.

Dinosaurs: Ammosaurus, the sandy ground lizard

Dinosaurs: Ammosaurus, the sandy ground lizard

Ammosaurus fileTranslation: Sandy ground lizard Description: Herbivore, quadruped Order: Saurischia Suborder: SauropodomorphaInfraorder: ProsauropodaFamily: PlateosauridaeHeight: 1.8 metersLength: 4.3 metersWeight: Period: Early JurassicOrder: SaurischiaSuborder: SauropodomorphaInfraid: ProsauropodaFamily: PlateosauridaeHeight: 1.8 metersLength: 4.3 metersWeight: Period: Early JurassicOrder: SaurischiaSuborder: SauropodomorphaInfraid: ProsauropodaFamily: PlateosauridaeHeight: 1.8 metersLength: 4.3 metersWeight: Period: Early Jurassic small, a long neck and a large body.

They analyze the parietal anatomy of old world monkeys

They analyze the parietal anatomy of old world monkeys

An article by the Paleoneurology group of the National Center for Research on Human Evolution (CENIEH), coordinated by Emiliano Bruner, on the variations and differences in the parietal lobes of different cercopitecid species, has just been published in the American Journal of Primatology. known as the old world monkeys.

London's greatest Bronze Age treasure discovered

London's greatest Bronze Age treasure discovered

The City of London's greatest Bronze Age treasure, and the third of its kind in the UK, has been discovered in Havering and will be on display in a major exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands from April 2020. During a planned archaeological investigation, a total of 453 bronze objects were discovered dating from between 900 and 1800 BC.