The largest prehistoric snake on record was discovered in Colombia, a Phys.org article said. The article was published in 2009, but considering I do not recall hearing about this insane discovery, I thought it would be neat to resurrect the topic here. Scientists recovered fossils of a 60-million-year-old South American snake in 2009. Named Titanoboa … More A 2,500-pound snake? Nope.
An article from Queen Mary University of London reports some rather alarming findings pertaining to skin cancer. Data originating from the UK skin cancer database has unveiled that there are over 45,000 “cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas (cSCC) every year in England, 350 per cent more than previous estimates suggested,” the article states. Squamous cell carcinoma … More Skin cancer is (very much) on the rise