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All the new sci­ence that’s fit to be re­ported (in­clud­ing weird di­nosaurs).

This skull might have be­longed to the world’s first vic­tim of a killer wave. Sci­en­tists study­ing the ge­o­log­i­cal lay­ers, in which the 6,000-year-old skull was dis­cov­ered on a river bank in Pa­pua New Guinea, 12 km off the coast, found micro­organ­isms from the deep ocean floor, which only a mon­ster wave could have brought along.

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