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Vanishing islands
They saw the shore pushing in closer every day. Yet, Shamila and her mother never thought the sea would completely devour their tiny island of Lohachara in the Sundarbans. And then one day, it did. The family of four was forced to pack its modest belongings and head for Sagar, the largest island in ...  | Read.. 
Nuclear dating for antics
Eager for precision in a field notorious for ambiguity and frustration, curators at top museums in Europe and the US have long reached for the instrum ...  | Read.. 
Get, set and sashay down
In ancient Greece, Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, was worshipped by both men and women because of her influence over nature, sexuality and ...  | Read.. 
Vanishing islands
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