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This Week In History News, Feb. 11 – 17

This Week In History News, Feb. 11 – 17

Gruesome Stone Age burial site baffles researchers, the Louvre hopes to return Nazi-looted art to rightful owners, unearthed bodies reveal unexpected ancient burial practices.
Scientists Have Reconstructed The Face Of A 9,000-Year-Old Teenager

Scientists Have Reconstructed The Face Of A 9,000-Year-Old Teenager

A team of scientists worked together to reconstruct the face of a teenager using a 9,000-year-old skull found in Greece.
Bicycle Day — Albert Hofmann And The Accidental Origins Of LSD

Bicycle Day — Albert Hofmann And The Accidental Origins Of LSD

Bicycle Day is known as the day Albert Hofmann took a ride on a bike and made a groundbreaking discovery at the same time.
For The First Time, You Can Now Actually See An Atom [PHOTO]

For The First Time, You Can Now Actually See An Atom [PHOTO]

A scientist was able to capture a photo of a single atom without the use of a microscope.
Gruesome Stone Age Burial Site Has Researchers Baffled

Gruesome Stone Age Burial Site Has Researchers Baffled

Researchers found bones and skulls from 8,000 years ago in a burial ritual that they don't understand themselves.
1100-Pound WWII Bomb Forces London Airport To Close

1100-Pound WWII Bomb Forces London Airport To Close

"There's a long night ahead for quite a few people, not least my Royal Navy bomb disposal divers, using our tried-and-tested techniques to remove the threat."
23 Famous Random Objects From History And Where They Are Now

23 Famous Random Objects From History And Where They Are Now

From Lincoln's Ford's Theater rocking chair to Lewis And Clark's Compass, these objects not only changed the course of history but remain to tell their story.
This Week In History News, Feb. 4 – 10

This Week In History News, Feb. 4 – 10

Lost Mayan city uncovered, first Britons' dark skin brought to light, terrifying ancient spider ancestor found.
Mutant Crayfish In Europe Are Cloning Themselves Like Cray Cray

Mutant Crayfish In Europe Are Cloning Themselves Like Cray Cray

This mutated crawfish is a new species capable of cloning itself by the hundreds
DNA Reveals Early Brits Had Dark Skin

DNA Reveals Early Brits Had Dark Skin

The DNA pulled from the fossil suggest that the earliest Europeans look nothing like scientists thought.
Roald Amundsen Became The First Man To Reach Both Poles — Then He Vanished

Roald Amundsen Became The First Man To Reach Both Poles — Then He Vanished

After he won the race to the South Pole, he became the first man to reach the North Pole. Then, he vanished without a trace.