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It is 98-feet long. 98-feet long.
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They are more than 4 billion years old.
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The world is full of strange and unusual sights.
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The head was found in 1839.
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It's not uncommon for lightning strikes to hit a plane.
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This Monday's #MercuryTransit will be one of 13 this century.
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OurAmazingPlanet explores the wonder and beauty of Earth through news, features and images. Our team of experienced science reporters and editors explain the latest discoveries, interviewing expert sources to help explain how the world works. We also feature articles about scientific exploration and adventures, plus lots of imagery, so you can explore the planet, from top to bottom, from the sky to mountains to the depths of the oceans, every day.