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Largest ever flying bird had wingspan as wide as soccer goalmouth

Charleston - From fossilized remains, scientists have identified an extinct bird of gargantuan proportions whose wingspan was as wide as a soccer goalmouth.

Our continuing fascination with the Mongolian death worm

Mongolia's Gobi is one of the world's greatest deserts, covering over 500,000 sq. miles. Unlike many deserts, there are very few sand dunes here. Instead, it is shaped by large, foreboding expanses of barren, sometimes rocky plains and outcroppings.

Animal life on Earth expanded rapidly after 'Cascade of events'

Oxford - On Earth, animal life expanded rapidly during the early Cambrian period, around 520 million years ago. Many theories have been advanced to explain this rapid expansion of animal species which has come to be known as the Cambrian explosion.

UK beachcombers come upon washed up 'sea monster' carcass

A UK couple strolling the beach, exercising their dogs, told reporters finding a 30-foot-long, prehistoric-looking, rotting carcass curled up in the sand dunes at Bridge of Don, Aberdeen was a stunning event. Do sea monsters swim the deeps, after all?

Bigfoot search in West Virginia turns up 'suspicious' footprints

A search for the Sasquatch, better known in North America as 'Bigfoot,' was held in the Dolly Sods wilds of West Virginia recently.

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