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Stories by Tia Ghose

Stonehenge Rock Source Identified

The site, however, raises further questions about how the stones were transported from their source to what is now the monument

February 24, 2014 — Tia Ghose and LiveScience

Baby Dinosaur Skeleton Unearthed in Canada

The plant-eating dinosaur drowned 70 million years ago. Its fossilized remains are so well preserved that some of its skin left impressions in the nearby rock

November 25, 2013 — Tia Ghose and LiveScience

Smaller Testicles Linked to Caring Fathers

Scientists aren't sure whether men who make more sperm are genetically wired to be detached dads, or whether early life experience or the act of caring for children leads men's bodies to invest less in sperm-making, thereby causing their testicles to shrink...

September 9, 2013 — Tia Ghose and LiveScience

Oldest Grave Flowers Unearthed

The aromatic plants, placed in a burial pit dating to nearly 14,000 years ago, sheds light on some of the rituals used by one of the earliest human cultures living in fixed settlements

July 3, 2013 — Tia Ghose and LiveScience

Tiny Sponge Soaks Up Venom in Blood

A tiny sponge camouflaged as a red blood cell could soak up toxins ranging from anthrax to snake venom, new research suggests

April 26, 2013 — Tia Ghose and LiveScience
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