In India, paleontologists at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee unearthed evidence of a prehistoric snake longer than a school bus.

In Guatemala, archaeologists unearthed burned remains within an ancient Maya pyramid, hinting at a significant dynasty collapse. Luxurious artifacts found alongside scorched bones suggest a royal lineage, indicating intentional desecration.

Separately, in southwest France, archaeologists discovered two 5,500-year-old skeletons of women likely buried alive in a sacrificial rite resembling Italian Mafia-style torture.

For the first time, astronomers detected a rainbow-like phenomenon, known as a glory, on exoplanet WASP-76b. This intriguing discovery sheds light on the distant planet's unique atmosphere and composition.

Additionally, scientists unveiled the origins of Pluto's distinctive bright heart, attributed to a cataclysmic collision with another celestial body.

Astronomers identified a massive stellar black hole, Gaia BH3, in the Milky Way, nearly 33 times the mass of our sun and located 1,926 light-years away.

Furthermore, researchers accidentally discovered the underwater survival capabilities of queen common eastern bumblebees, suggesting a state of suspended growth called diapause.

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As billions of cicadas emerge this spring, scientists anticipate the manipulation of these insects by a zombifying fungus, altering their behavior significantly