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The Macocha Abyss is a sinkhole in the Moravian Karst cave system of the Czech Republic 

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Mantidflies are insects in the family Mantispidae. They are small to moderate-sized insects in the order Neuroptera. [1] There are many genera with around 400 species worldwide, especially in the tropics and subtropics. [2] Only 5 species of Mantispa occur in Europe.

Mantispids are fascinating because they look like a cross between a mantis and a vespid wasp while being directly related to neither.

And being completely harmless to humans too

Those are pearls that were his eyes:
Nothing of him that doth fade
But doth suffer a sea-change
Into something rich and strange.

The Neanderthal in the karst: First dating, morphometric, and paleogenetic data on the fossil skeleton from Altamura (Italy)
by Martina Laria, Fabio Di Vincenzob, Andrea Borsatoc, et al.
Journal of Human Evolution, 21 March 2015

In 1993, a fossil hominin skeleton was discovered in the karst caves of Lamalunga, near Altamura, in southern Italy. Despite the fact that this specimen represents one of the most extraordinary hominin specimens ever found in Europe, for the last two decades our knowledge of it has been based purely on the documented on-site observations. Recently, the retrieval from the cave of a fragment of bone (part of the right scapula) allowed the first dating of the individual, the quantitative analysis of a diagnostic morphological feature, and a preliminary paleogenetic characterization of this hominin skeleton from Altamura. Overall, the results concur in indicating that it belongs to the hypodigm of Homo neanderthalensis, with some phenetic peculiarities that appear consistent with a chronology ranging from 172 ± 15 ka to 130.1 ± 1.9 ka. Thus, the skeleton from Altamura represents the most ancient Neanderthal from which endogenous DNA has ever been extracted.
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