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The largest Iron Age earthwork in Britain has been identified at the former site of a Norman castle


The mound at Skipsea Castle in East Yorkshire is 278ft (85m) in diameter and 42ft (13m) high. It was thought to be part of a Norman motte and bailey dating from 1086 but archaeological analysis of soil from its core showed it is 2,500 years old. Dr Jim Leary, from …

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Worlds Most Deadly Island


Snake Island Is one of the Most Dangerous Places in The World due to the insane amount of golden lance head snakes found there.

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Brain tracker finds birds sleep during flight


The naps happen in short episodes of about 12 seconds each, usually using only one half of their brain but sometimes using both. A team from Germany has found great frigatebirds sleep mid-flight after fitting them with small brain activity monitors and movement trackers. The red-breasted birds can fly continuously …

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Beautiful Africa. Africa Our Africa!


Original Article by Nomadic Matt. My recent trip through the southern portion of Africa with G Adventures was simply mind blowing. My tour group was a blast, the guides were super fun and knowledgeable, and the land itself was…well, more beautiful than words can describe. And the locals (except the …

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