Archaeologists Reveal The Face Of A 75,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Woman

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Around 200,000 years ago, a group of ancient humans called Neanderthals or Homo neanderthalensis lived in Eurasia (Europe and Asia). But they mysteriously became extinct around 40,000 years ago and were replaced by Homo sapiens or modern-day humans. Researchers have studied Neanderthals’ physical appearance and found that they are similar to humans. However, they have […]

Scholars Use AI To Decipher Ancient Scroll Burned During Mount Vesuvius Eruption

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The Herculaneum Papyri is considered one of the most important archaeological discoveries since it’s the only surviving library from the ancient world.  It was discovered in 1752 and contains a collection of Greek philosophical texts written on papyrus scrolls. Over 1,800 papyrus scrolls were buried and burned for centuries under layers of volcanic ash and […]

What Happened To The Largest Primate Species Ever To Inhabit The Earth?

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Have you ever heard of the largest primate species to ever exist?  Meet the Gigantopithecus blacki, the giant ape that roamed southeast Asia 2 million to 300,000 years ago. This ancient primate stood up to 10 feet tall (3 meters) and weighed over 440 to 660 pounds (200–300 kg), approximately three to four times a […]

The Norway-Sweden Union

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Before I start, I am currently dealing with a writer’s block… So uhh plz comment some ideas. Velkomenn and Välkomenn to yet another lesson in Scandinavian History (A Kidztalk blog about Scandinavian history).  This time on the Norway-Sweden Union, because that is apparently a meme here on KidzTalk. My name is Carly, and I am […]

The Sweet History of Marshmallows

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Marshmallows are a favored treat that people of all ages enjoy. They’re sweet, delicious, and creamy, not to mention pillowy when you squish or bite down on them!  Whether it’s toasted over a campfire, melted into hot cocoa, dipped in chocolate fondue, used as a filling for baked goods, or topping for ice cream, marshmallows […]

Wojtek: The Bear That Fought The Nazis In World War II

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During World War II, countless brave soldiers and civilians fought for their countries and sacrificed their lives for the greater good.  But among these war heroes, would you believe me if I told you that not only humans but also animals played a vital role in the war effort? Yes, you read that right – […]

The Way West: How People Crossed the Prairie to Oregon

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Over 150 years ago, in the 1840s, thousands of families and individuals crossed the prairie all the way from Independence (Missouri) to the land known as Oregen, a place children and adults could only dream about. There was better soil, better places to build houses, and better everything. So everyone decided to pack up, get […]

Pythagorean Theorem Discovered on Ancient Babylonian Tablet Before Pythagoras

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The plagiarism issue is not entirely a new one. It’s been a concern that’s been around for centuries and a common phenomenon at that. Throughout history, scholars, writers, and artists have been accused of taking credit for other people’s work. But what if I tell you a recent discovery suggests a well-known mathematical formula could […]

The History of Scandinavian-Americans (October 9th Special)

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HAPPY EARLY OCTOBER 9TH EVERYONEEEE. Just kidding, this is more serious than the intro suggests.  Last time, I wrote a history essay about Scandinavia. I wrote this too because Inga, the Finnish-American (on Kidztalk), asked me for an Essay on Scandinavian Americans. Here it is, Inga. I sacrificed all my brain cells and time that […]

What Happened to Amelia Earhart?

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Amelia Earhart – you know her, you love her, and she is probably the most influential woman in aviation history. But what happened during her international flight with navigator Fred Noonan? Let’s discuss the theories. Normal Theory: She crashed her plane in the ocean and either died on impact with Noonan or drowned. This theory […]

Here’s How an Alabama Woman Stuck In NYC Traffic In 1902 Invented The Windshield Wiper

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If you’ve ever gone on a drive with your parents on a rainy or snowy day, you’ve probably already witnessed how helpful windshield wipers are in clearing away rain, snow, or debris. But have you ever wondered how this ingenious invention came to be? Or whose brilliant mind invented this simple yet incredibly important feature […]

Meet Félicette, the First Cat in Space

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Since the very beginning of space exploration, humans have always been fascinated with the mysteries of space. We’ve always wanted to explore space and discover what lies beyond our planet. Thanks to years of tireless work by scientists, this dream finally became a reality when Yuri Gagarin completed a single orbit around Earth on April […]

The Interesting History of Waffles

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Waffles have been a beloved breakfast staple for centuries by many around the world. With its warm, crunchy outside texture, soft interior, honeycombed-like shape, and irresistible aroma that wafts throughout the room, this delectable treat has become a favorite.  Today, waffles are enjoyed in many different ways. Some people love to put melted butter, maple […]

History of Samsung

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Hello 🙂 In this article, we will talk about the History of Samsung. Dive into Samsung’s evolution from a humble grocery store inception in 1938 to a trailblazing global conglomerate. Explore their iconic Galaxy series, pioneering semiconductor dominance, and commitment to sustainability. Facts When was Samsung founded? It was founded on March 1, 1938 When […]

J. Robert Oppenheimer: Early Life and Facts About the ‘Father of the Atomic Bomb’

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Are you familiar with the name J. Robert Oppenheimer? You might’ve already heard about him since a Hollywood film about his life hit the cinemas.  Oppenheimer was an American theoretical physicist who made important contributions to science and technology. He’s well-known for being the “father of the atomic bomb” due to his work on developing […]