Treasure? Yep, priceless, golden, sparkly treasure.
Archaeologists have discovered a gigantic, 1,500-year-old stone monument in Kazakhstan.
The mausoleum was likely built for a local king more than three millennia ago.
One of the planet’s most endangered antelope, the saiga, suffered from a die-off of unprecedented scope. The massive loss of life from just a few weeks ago has conservationist groups worried about what future may hold for the species. But clues as to exactly what wiped out half of Kazakhstan’s saiga are starting to emerge, and scientists are looking at bacteria that normally co-exist with the antelope host, harmlessly living in their bodies as the main culprit.