How was Stonehenge built?

An enigma of prehistoric civil engineering and a dramatic silhouette on the landscape of Salisbury Plain, the megalithic monuments at Stonehenge are a constant reminder of the
Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower: How was it built?

The Eiffel Tower was the brainchild of French structural engineer Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, who proposed a 324m (986ft) tower for the capital’s Champ de Mars, costing the city $1.5 million, for its World’s Fair

Stegosaurus: The giant herbivore with a deadly tail

Maybe the most iconic genus of dinosaurs ever excavated, the Stegosaurus was a herbivorous titan, capable of consuming huge quantities of low-level foliage while protecting itself from predators with its vast armoured frame and potentially lethal spiked tail

Meet the Ankylosaurus, a club wielding, bone breaking brute of a dinosaur

Ankylosaurus was one of the largest ankylosaurs, a genus of armoured dinosaurs that lived throughout North America between 75 and 65.5 million years ago. Famous for both its brutal tail-mounted club and its immense bone plate armour, the Ankylosaurus was a defensive titan, capable of fending off rivals many times its size
Tyrannosaurus rex hunting its prey

How did the T-Rex hunt its prey?

Tyrannosaurus rex – from Greek and Latin words meaning ‘tyrant’, ‘lizard’ and ‘king’ – was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs to walk the earth. It lived about 85 to 65 million years ago, in lightly forested North American river valleys and plains

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