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In September 08, Research leader Dr. Jane Evans, from the BGS, revealed that the research team came to this conclusion that stonehenge was hotspot for stone-age pilgrims beef barbecues after analysing animal remains near the site.

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Lost Charles Darwin fossils found in dusty cabinet
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Geologists warn of another powerful quake in Japan
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Did the Japanese tsunami occur because of the 'supermoon'?
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Tsunami in Japan 'may return after 1000 years'
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Arsenic contamination of water toxic to Bangladesh economy: Study
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