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Word of the Day
  • gegenschein
    Definition: (noun) A faint glowing spot in the sky, exactly opposite the position of the sun.
    Synonyms: counterglow.
    Usage: The gegenschein is so faint that it cannot be seen if there is any moonlight or if it falls in the vicinity of the Milky Way.

This Day in History

This Day in History
  • Last Quagga Dies at Amsterdam's Artis Magistra Zoo (1883)
    Once found in great numbers on the plains of South Africa, the quagga was heavily hunted by Dutch settlers and became extinct in 1883. A century later, it was the first extinct animal to have its DNA studied. This research determined that the quagga was most likely a variant of the common zebra, contrasting the theory that it was a separate species. The quagga had a sandy brown coat but—like the zebra—had dark stripes on its head, neck, and shoulders. Where did the name "quagga" come from? Discuss