By Cameron Duke An artistic depiction of the tyrannosaur Nanuqsaurus with its young James Havens We have been discovering dinosaur fossils in the Arctic for 70 years. However, most palaeontologists assumed that these came from dinosaurs that ventured north during summers and migrated south to avoid the harsh winters. Now, the discovery of infant dinosaur
Experts from the University of Oxford made the discovery while studying the remains of an adult male excavated from the Tsukumo site near Japan’s Seto Inland Sea, which were covered in traumatic injuries to his arms, legs, front of chest and abdomen. “We were initially flummoxed by what could have caused at least 790 deep,
(CNN) — Boat captain Jennifer Dowker runs shipwreck tours all summer long, so she knows that there are all sorts of secrets hidden under the surface of Michigan’s waterways, but she was still shocked to find a message in a bottle written in 1926. Dowker is the owner of Nautical North Family Adventures and was
Two years removed from a feud with Nike and just days after qualifying for her fifth trip to the Olympics, track star Allyson Felix is adding the title of “entrepreneur” to her list of accomplishments. Felix announced on Instagram on Wednesday that she is launching her own shoe brand called Saysh, a brand that she
Five years since the UK’s shock decision to leave the European Union, Brexit continues to dominate politics in Brussels. Euronews” Shona Murray spoke to Professor Brigid Laffan from the European University Institute and Professor Niall Ferguson to discuss what Brexit means for the future of Europe. To watch the full interviews, click on the media
A couple of tourists looks at the Balos beach and its lagoon in the north west of the island of Crete, on May 13, 2021. LOUISA GOULIAMAKI | AFP | Getty Images LONDON — Euro zone business activity has grown at its fastest pace in 15 years this month, according to preliminary data released Wednesday.