Stone Age humans used grass and ash to make pest-free bedding (

Archaeologists have uncovered the earliest known human use of grass bedding at an archaeological site in the Border Cave, located near the border between South Africa and Swaziland.

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This 429 million-year-old trilobite eye is similar to those of modern insects (

Chinese artefacts discovered for first time in Pahang River (