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The Amazing Dinosaur Found (Accidentally) by Miners in Canada
The Amazing Dinosaur Found (Accidentally) by Miners in Canada

On the afternoon of March 21, 2011, a heavy-equipment operator named Shawn Funk was carving his way through the earth, unaware that he would soon meet a dragon.

That Monday had started like any other at the Millennium Mine, a vast pit some 17 miles north of Fort McMurray, Alberta, operated by energy company Suncor. Hour after hour Funk’s towering excavator gobbled its way down to sands laced with bitumen—the transmogrified remains of marine plants and creatures that lived and died more than 110 million years ago. It was the only ancient life he regularly saw. In 12 years of digging he had stumbled across fossilized wood and the occasional petrified tree stump, but never the remains of an animal—and certainly no dinosaurs.

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Newly Discovered Species Resembles Yoda, Just In Time For 'Star Wars Day
Newly Discovered Species Resembles Yoda, Just In Time For 'Star Wars Day
May 4 is the unofficial "May the fourth be with you" Star Wars holiday, While many celebrate by dressing up as their favorite characters, re-watching the films, and paying tribute to the films on social media, conservation groups are using the day to announce a newly discovered species of tarsiers, a nocturnal primate.
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Center Point: Discover a Secret Treasure in the Center of the Hill Country
Center Point: Discover a Secret Treasure in the Center of the Hill Country

Located in the heart of the Hill Country lies Center Point, Texas, one of the largest unincorporated communities in the state of Texas with all the charm expected of the picturesque towns you come across.

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Mom And Her Six Sons Donate 17 Feet Of Hair In Amazing Act Of Solidarity
Mom And Her Six Sons Donate 17 Feet Of Hair In Amazing Act Of Solidarity
When the Kannisto family from Buffalo, New York decided to grow out their hair, it wasn't for style. The family decided to donate their locks to Children with Hair Loss, an organization providing hair replacements for kids with medically related hair loss.
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Sinfully Sweet Viral Video on Texas Sheet Cake Cookies 'Stirs Up' Recipe Debate
Sinfully Sweet Viral Video on Texas Sheet Cake Cookies 'Stirs Up' Recipe Debate
A recipe video regarding the tasty treat that is the Texas Sheet Cake – made into a cookie – was posted on the 12 Tomatoes Facebook account and caused quite a stir (in more ways than one)! The video entails the seemingly innocent process of making the cookies, complete with all of the recipe details. And that's when the great debate began.
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10 Badass Travelers Throughout History
10 Badass Travelers Throughout History
These trailblazers staged epic journeys across new lands, broke cultural barriers, and revealed the radical diversity of the world around us.
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10 Bucket List Cruises of a Lifetime
10 Bucket List Cruises of a Lifetime

Spanning seven seas -- and countless waterways in between -- the world's horizons stretch every which way for would-be cruisers.

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11 Reasons Not To Feel Bad About Eating That Chocolate Bunny This Easter
11 Reasons Not To Feel Bad About Eating That Chocolate Bunny This Easter
Religious traditions aside, Easter is a time of egg painting, family gatherings, hunts, and of course eating candy. Few Easter celebrations would be complete without some delectable Cadbury Creme Eggs or a chocolate Easter bunny. And while you might feel guilty for "indulging" in some of that chocolate, rest assured there are actually lots of health benefits to eating some of those candy-wrapped bunnies.
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Everything's Bigger in Texas and the West Texas Wink Sinkholes are No Exception
Everything's Bigger in Texas and the West Texas Wink Sinkholes are No Exception
The Wink sinkholes are not unfamiliar to the average Texan, and not even to many outside of our fair state. But for those that need a refresher, and those that are simply curious, the vast expanse that is known as West Texas is home to many things, not the least of which are deep depressions in the earth, cavernous, wide, and apparently expanding.
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11 Reasons Not To Feel Bad About Eating That Chocolate Bunny This Easter
11 Reasons Not To Feel Bad About Eating That Chocolate Bunny This Easter

Religious traditions aside, Easter is a time of egg painting, family gatherings, hunts, and of course eating candy. Few Easter celebrations would be complete without some delectable Cadbury Creme Eggs or a chocolate Easter bunny. And while you might feel guilty for "indulging" in some of that chocolate, rest assured there are actually lots of health benefits to eating some of those candy-wrapped bunnies.

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