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Oct 29, 2019
Asteroid or comet impact triggered abrupt climate change, extinction of ice-age animalsIn the last few years, scientists have found a variety of exotic impact-related materials all over the globe.
Oct 08, 2019
Woolly mammoths died off 4,000 years ago from isolation and extreme weather, study suggestsResearchers also believe that mammoths may have gone extinct after being cut off on an island during a global warming event.
Aug 13, 2019
What a 70-deer-tooth necklace tells us about the lives of our Ice Age ancestorsAround 19,000 years ago in France, an adult woman was buried with a necklace made of 70 red-deer teeth.
Jun 24, 2019
Fresh 'fossil' water that dates back to the ice age has been found under the oceanScienistis think that these resources can be found worldwide and can help arid countries that have run out of water.
May 29, 2018
The Great Barrier Reef has overcome near-extinction situations five times, but faces the most severe stress in more acidic oceans todayGreat Barrier Reef is reeling from successive bouts of coral bleaching due to warming sea temperatures linked to climate change.
Jul 17, 2016
From 'The Godfather' to 'Ice Age': Why some sequels work, and others leave us wantingAre sequels made because audiences can't seem to get enough of them, or because these franchises are such money-spinners?
Jul 16, 2016
As 'Kabali' release date nears, brands try to leverage Rajinikanth's star powerAs Kabali’s release draws near, several brands are vying with each other to cash in on Rajinikanth’s star power
Jul 15, 2016
Ice Age: Collision Course review: A case study in how sequels are mere cash grabsThe only entertaining aspect of Ice Age: Collision Course is Scrat and his adventures with the elusive acorn
Dec 17, 2015
Watch 'Ice Age: Collision Course' trailer sees Scrat go to space and create the solar systemThe first trailer of "Ice Age: Collision Course" has surfaced online.
Nov 11, 2014
Going back 11,000-year: Human remains from Ice Age found in AlaskaArchaeologists have discovered the remains of two Ice Age infants buried more than 11,000 years ago at a site in Alaska, which represent the youngest human remains ever found in North America.