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Notícia OVGA 08-01-2021 The Roman engraving likely dates to the second century A.D. (Image: © Woolley and Wallis)   A seemingly dull marble slab, used for 10 years as a stepping stone in an English garden, is actually a rare ancient Roman engraving, a new analysis finds.  The discovery surprised its owner, who learned that the 25-inch-long (63 centimeters) slab — a stone she had previously used as a stair while mounting her horse ...
Every year, up to 2,000 female land iguanas take a treacherous journey to the crater floor of the La Cumbre volcano in the Galapagos to lay their eggs in the volcanic ash. (Image: © Tui De Roy copyright Silverback Films, courtesy of discovery+) A new series explores how natural forces come together to support life on our planet, and how humans have become a new force that's destroying it. Powerful natural forces on our planet and in our solar system work...
Every year, up to 2,000 female land iguanas take a treacherous journey to the crater floor of the La Cumbre volcano in the Galapagos to lay their eggs in the volcanic ash. (Image: © Tui De Roy copyright Silverback Films, courtesy of discovery+) A new series explores how natural forces come together to support life on our planet, and how humans have become a new force that's destroying it. Powerful natural forces on our planet and in our solar system work...
Notícia OVGA 15-12-2020 Yellowstone volcano: Stonger swarms have struck under Yellowstone Lake in the past (Image: USGS) YELLOWSTONE volcano geologists have identified a cluster of earthquakes near the Yellowstone caldera boundary - a fault line that formed when the volcano erupted 631,000 years ago. Yellowstone volcano is no stranger to earthquake swarms, with roughly 50 percent of seismicity in the region attributed to earthquake clusters. But a...