Experts believe that it was the nomadic hunter-gatherers of the Desert Archaic culture who created these beguiling images at the Great Gallery. Some experts have dated these pictographs to between 400 and 1100 A.D., although evidence of Paleo-Indian occupation of Horseshoe Canyon goes as far back as 9000 B.C. In fact, some believe the Great […]
In the centuries between 1290 B.C., when the tomb was built, and the 1st century A.D., when it was sealed after the deaths of Montsuef and his family, the tomb would have been reused many times. However, it subsequently remained untouched for almost two millennia, until Victorian archeologists excavated it. The beautifully preserved shroud later […]
The discovery of this Greek-language section of the First Apocalypse of James was first announced in November 2017 at the Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting in Boston. And there may be further revelations to come, too. Ultimately, you see, Landau and Smith intend to publish their initial discoveries on the subject in the Egypt […]
Given the success the Global Wildlife Conservation team had in locating the silver-backed chevrotain, Tilker was hopeful that other elusive animals would eventually be found. He said, “A key aspect to future surveys for lost species will be to work with local communities. Incorporating this local ecological knowledge was critical for our work, and this […]
Of course, whale shark-related research only continued after Meekan’s team concluded their study. In May 2020 researchers revealed that they had tracked a female for 10 months, and that she’d journeyed nearly 10,000 miles in just under two years. Her astonishing trek was longer than any other whale shark they had followed in the past.
Hummingbirds certainly are incredible creatures. And with their populations in decline, we as humans surely must do everything we can to protect them. So before you hack away at your shrubs and bushes in the garden this spring, be sure to check for miniature eggs and nests first.