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Notre Dame Cathedral fire extinguished in Paris today – Live updates

Notre Dame Cathedral devastated by fire in Paris Notre Dame fire: What we know A major fire erupted at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Monday. The cathedral, which was undergoing renovations, suffered " colossal damage. " The fire was finally extinguished on Tuesday morning. There were no deaths and only one firefighter reported injured Construction on Notre Dame began …

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Like the & # 39; Great Death & # 39; killed the planet: The largest extinction of the earth first extinguished the plants

Scientists have shed new light on how the largest mass extinction in Earth's history, around 250 million years ago, wiped out 90 percent of all life on Earth. The Permian extinction, called "The Great Dying", killed plants up to 400,000 years ago from plant and marine species. It was caused when the continental crust of the planet on the supercontinent …

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The Siberian unicorn walked alongside humans and was probably extinguished by climate change

An Artist's Performance of a "Siberian Unicorn" (Nature Ecology and Evolution) A massive, hairy rhino known as the "Siberian unicorn" lived much longer than expected. A New Study Found The animal survived long enough to walk with the humans on the earth. Scientists say a change in climate would likely erase the species. A massive, hairy rhinoceros nicknamed "Siberian Unicorn" …

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Asteroid, which extinguished the dinosaurs, also caused a shark mass extinction, new study reveals

Apart from the killing of all non-avian dinosaurs, Chicxulub's asteroid destroyed almost an ancient order of prehistoric sharks, the ancestors of the great white shark. It seems that the Chicxulub asteroid that smashed into our planet 66 million years ago is killing all dinosaurs except the bird species has also changed the evolution of the shark forever. According to a …

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Russian historian who revealed Soviet crime is extinguished in pornography case

Pro-government news agencies have leaked articles indicating that Dmitriyev's grim discovery of masses of decaying bones during the so-called winter war with Finland, which began in 1939, may have been the site of executions of Soviet soldiers by Finns. although most historians say that is unlikely. The research of Mr. Dmitriev was not in court, but formed the background for …

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