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How an ancient whale graveyard ended up on a hill in the Chile's Atacama Desert

Scientists believe they have finally solved the mystery of an ancient fossil boneyard ended up in Chile's Atacama Desert, buried next to the Panamerican Highway. Unlike many fossil finds on land, the researchers didn't find dinosaurs, but a trove of ancie

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