Monthly Archives: October 2019

New archaeological discoveries in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt

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New important archaeological discoveries were made in the area of the Valley of the Kings, now Luxor, in Egypt, an area that continues to provide more valuable artifacts than the others. Researchers have discovered a kind of “industrial area” where once objects of all kinds were produced, from decorative objects to furniture, tools and burial objects and graves. According to… Read more »

A researcher wants to image the entire country in 3D

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Initially, Chris Fisher, an archaeologist at the State University of Colorado, founded the Earth Archives to keep records of ancient cities and sites built by the ancient population. However, the current climate situation convinced him that it won’t be long before we lose a very important part of our cultural heritage. With global warming, the terrestrial environment will radically change… Read more »

Whale mothers whisper to their babies to avoid attracting the attention of orcas and sharks

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A new way of communicating between the whales of the North Atlantic and their young has been discovered by a group of researchers. In contrast to parents, young whales are more vulnerable precisely because of their small size, because a larger number of predators are interested in them. For example, whale youth can be a good lunch for orcas and… Read more »