The burial chamber included several artifacts (including pottery), the remains of votive offerings, jars and a mummified fish.
A Tokyo-based project implementing cutting-edge agriculture through private 5G is garnering worldwide interest.
"Ceramic fragments found in the area suggest, that the shoe dates from the 14th century AD," archaeologist Christoph Heiermann told Newsweek.
The remains of the previously unknown species of dinosaur include vertebrae measuring over 3 feet wide and a six-foot-long leg bone.
"[This] opens a window of opportunity to understanding the last hunter-gatherer societies of the early Holocene," Francisco Martínez-Sevilla told Newsweek.
"I am hoping our study is a wake-up call to reduce the levels of these unhealthy lifestyle factors," its author, Professor Xiaoling Wang, told Newsweek.
The tiny plastics may act as cloud nuclei, affecting climate systems and weather patterns worldwide.
"We identified three genes responsible for the accumulation of alpha and beta carotene, which make carrots orange," study author Massimo Iorizzo told Newsweek.
The extinct giant hyena was the largest member of the hyena family ever to exist, weighing 200 pounds or more and standing more than 3 feet tall.
The 12-foot sperm whale was discovered stranded on the sand of a beach near Marineland on Wednesday, but could not be saved.
"The species was considered extinct in South Australia, with no official records for some 100 years or more," district ranger Ross Anderson told Newsweek.
"A vacation to an area with high air pollution level might impact our health," one researcher told Newsweek.
Researchers have unearthed more than 140 funerary objects at the tomb, including ceramic figurines depicting warriors and animals like camels.
A simple switch could greatly improve your chances of being perceived as competent and trustworthy in the workplace.
There is a 15 percent chance of X-class solar flares on Wednesday, and a 40 percent chance of M-class flares.
"Our analysis suggests that state decriminalization policies do not lead to increases in overdose deaths," study author Corey Davis said.
This is the first time that scientists have discovered a fossil specimen of this prehistoric animal with its gut contents preserved.
"We found evidence that [ocean acidification] could make seaweeds more vulnerable," study author Alexandra Kinnby told Newsweek.
Researchers discovered three sites containing a diverse range of dinosaur tracks and one set that a pterosaur may have made.