World’s Largest Known Triceratops Sells for $7.7 Million at Paris Auction

The fossilized remains of the world’s largest known Triceratops sold for a European record price of €6.6 million ($7.7 million) on Oct. 21 at the Drouot auction house in Paris. An anonymous American buyer bought the skeleton, dubbed as “Big …

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Israeli Man Plummets to His Death From Hot Air Balloon

A hot air balloon ground crew member plummeted to his death on Tuesday morning in Balfouria, Israel.  The victim, Yogev Cohen, 28-years old of Kibbutz Yizre’el, was hanging from the bottom of the hot air balloon’s gondola after the the …

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Scuba Diver Discovers 900-Year-Old Crusader Sword from Bottom of Mediterranean Sea

An amateur scuba diver discovered a 900-year-old Crusader sword at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Israel, the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) announced on Oct. 18. Diver Shlomi Katzin found the meter-long blade with a 30-centimeter …

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Havana Syndrome reported at Bogota US Embassy

Families associated with the United States Embassy in Bogota, Colombia have reported experiencing Havana Syndrome symptoms. According to emails from Ambassador Philip Goldberg and other embassy staff, “additional Anomalous Health Incidents,” were reported while investigations are ongoing.  “Of course we …

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Donald Trump Falls Off Forbes’ 400 Richest People in America

Former President Donald Trump has fallen off the list of Forbes’ 400 richest people in America on Tuesday after 25 years of being included on it. Forbes reported that Trump’s fortune dropped to $2.5 billion which is $400 million short …

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Blue Origin to Launch William Shatner into Space on October 12, 2021

Jeff Bezos’ space company, Blue Origin announced that actor William Shatner would be blasting into space aboard  the company’s New Shepard rocket during a scheduled October 12, 2021 launch. “I’ve heard about space for a long time now. I’m taking …

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