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| || || 9. Jesus' Tomb Found in Israel, Filmmakers Claim (February 26, 2007)|
A tomb that once held the remains of Jesus of Nazareth—and those of his wife and son—has been found in a suburb of Jerusalem, according to the makers of a controversial film.
| || || 6. "Dinosaur Mummy" Found; Has Intact Skin, Tissue (December 3, 2007)|
Scientists announced the discovery of an extraordinarily preserved "dinosaur mummy"—a 67-million-year-old hadrosaur with much of its tissues and bones still encased in an uncollapsed envelope of skin.
| || || 5. Crater From 1908 Russian Space Impact Found, Team Says (November 7, 2007)|
Almost a century after a mysterious explosion in Russia flattened a huge swath of Siberian forest, scientists have found what they believe is a crater made by the cosmic object that created the blast.
| || || 2. Monster Glowing Squid Caught on Camera (February 14, 2007)|
Monster-size, deep-sea squid that use their glowing arms to blind and stun their prey have been filmed in the wild for the first time off southeastern Japan, scientists say.
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