Articles for Grade 2

Why Ancient Roman Monuments Are Still Standing

Despite technological advances, modern concrete structures start to crumble in just 50 years if not maintained. This contrasts sharply with Italian monuments that remain standing after over 2,000 years. Now, an international research team has finally uncovered how Roman concrete wonders continue to survive to this day....

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Why Ancient Roman Monuments Are Still Standing

Newly-Found T. Rex Ancestor Had Spiked Horns Around Its Eyes

The Tyrannosaurus rex (T. rex) was one of the most ferocious dinosaurs that roamed Earth in the very late Cretaceous period — about 66 million years ago. Over the years, scientists have collected substantial information on the tiny-armed reptile itself. However, very little is known about how the vicious predator evolved. Now paleontologists at the Badlands Dinosaur Museum in North Dakota believe they may have found an essential missing link to the T. rex's lineage....

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Newly-Found T. Rex Ancestor Had Spiked Horns Around Its Eyes