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​Some people are defacing the ancient artifacts of Mesa Verde National Park

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​This pitcher from 1700 BC may feature the world's oldest smiley face emoji.

DUBAI: A team of archaeologists in Turkey have discovered what could be the world’s oldest emoji on a pitcher in the ancient city of Karkamış located along…ARABNEWS.COM

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​London's Natural History Museum hung a skeleton of a giant blue whale in its entrance

LONDON — Britain's Natural History Museum in London suspended a gigantic skeleton of a blue whale in its main entrance Thursday, drawing attention to…SEATTLETIMES.COM

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The Met in New York is about to outpace the Louvre as the world's busiest museum

With a focus on fashion and modern art, New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is gaining fast in terms of attendance.QZ.COM

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​Artifacts show the Lost Colonists of Roanoke lived with American Indians in Hatteras

Digs not far from the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse have uncovered thousands of American Indian relics with English items mixed in.PILOTONLINE.COM

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​Here's what you need to know about the full solar eclipse in August

The total solar eclipse this August 21 will be a very big deal. Here's what you need to know to have a safe and enjoyable viewing experience.NBCNEWS.COM

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​Two gigantic black holes orbiting each other may be clues to a galactic merger in the distant past

This first-of-its-kind observation indicates a past galaxy merger.ASTRONOMY.COM

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​Scientists are studying an incredible artifact: A 3,000-year-old Egyptian prosthetic toe

Experts from the University of Basel in Switzerland say an ancient Egpytian artificial toe testifies to the skills of an artisan who was very...DAILYMAIL.CO.UK

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​British artifacts of WWI are being archived digitally by Oxford university

The Lest We Forget Project is asking people to bring in letters, photos and objects from the Great War to be recorded for a free online databaseSMITHSONIANMAG.COM

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