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Amazing skeleton of the world's oldest carnivorous dinosaur in southern Brazil

An astonishingly well-preserved skeleton of the world's oldest known carnivorous dinosaur was discovered in southern Brazil. The predator named & # 39; Gnathovorax cabreirai & # 39; lived 230 million years ago, when South America was still part of the supercontinent named Pangea. The skeleton is practically intact – with razor-sharp teeth and claws that would have made it a …

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Two of the world's largest economies are in danger of recession

Investors have recently set aside fears about the pace of global growth and opted for optimism in a "Phase 1" US-China trade agreement. However, subdued economic data expected in Europe this week could change sentiment. Germany could publish data on Thursday indicating that the country is in recession. Economists interviewed by Reuters estimate that the world's fourth-largest economy shrank by …

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NASA satellites show that the world's thickest glacier is melting 80 YEAR earlier than planned

NASA satellites show that the world's thickest glacier melts 80 years earlier than planned Satellite images show that the world's thickest glacier, Taku, is losing ground due to record temperatures Experts thought this would be Fall Continue to Grow until the Next Century, but Expansion Ceased in 2018 By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Published: 18:36 EST, November 7, 2019 | …

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The best new board games in the world's biggest board game show

<img src = "https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Game-19-Crowd-2-800×533.jpg" alt = "There was a lot of people in Essen this year. "/> Enlarge / This year many people were in Essen. Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look for tabletop games! At cardboard.arstechnica.com you will find our complete cover for board games. The German city of Essen becomes the center of the tabletop gaming universe …

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World's Best-Run Pension Funds Say It's Time to Start Worrying

(Bloomberg) – Back in 2012, the world's best-managed pension market was thrown a lifeline. Seven years later, with zero, even Denmark's $ 440 billion pension system says the environment has become so punishing that it may be a change in European rules. [19659003] Henrik Munck, a senior consultant at Insurance & Pension Denmark, estimates that there are currently assets in …

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US announces asylum treaty with Honduras, which could send migrants to one of the world's most violent nations

Nick Miroff Reporter on the Enforcement of Immigration Provisions and the Department of Homeland Security 25. September at 15:08 Almairis Guillen and her son Miguel de Jesus Oseguera, 4, were in October 2018 in Mexico traveled with a caravan from Honduras to the United States. (Carolyn Van Houten / The Washington Post) The Trump administration announced Wednesday a migration treaty …

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Global Climate Protection: World's Largest Day for Climate Demonstrations in History

But it's not just young people attending this month, but also working and humanitarian groups, environmental organizations and employees of some of the world's biggest brands. According to the Swedish student Thunberg, who is in New York before the United Nations Climate Summit on 23 September, around 4,638 events have been organized in 139 countries. With the strike on September …

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One of the world's oldest bird species, found in the same spot as the monster penguin in Canterbury

Paul Scofield and amateur paleontologist Leigh Love investigate a section of the riverbank on the Waipara River, near which the Protodontopteryx fossil was found. One of the world's oldest bird species was discovered at the same site in North Canterbury, where a monster penguin fossil was found. Bone-toothed birds (pelagornithids), u It has been thought that the ancient family of …

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