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Native Americans have been visiting Calvert Island off the Canadian coast for more than 10,000 years. (Credit: Pacific Northwest Sailing/ ..read more
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This is an estimate of what Denisovan's may have looked like, based on a new DNAS analysis technique. (Credit: Maayan Harel) Every time ..read more
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Cranium 5, a skull found at Sima de los Huesos and thought to be either a late Homo heidelbergensis or an early Neanderthal. (Credit: ..read more
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Adding seaweed to cows' diet would help tamp down their methane emissions. (Credit: Jan K/ Shutterstock) Every morning, Breanna Roque ..read more
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An experiment with white-crowned sparrows shows that insecticides may be impacting songbirds. (Credit: Phil Lowe/Shutterstock) Some ..read more
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A new pterosaur dubbed the "Cold Dragon of the North" is one of the largest ever. (Credit: David Maas) (Inside Science) -- A new species ..read more
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(Credit: NIWA) Would you eat an animal if you knew it was as old as the U.S. Constitution? Scientists in New Zealand have aged a ..read more
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A skull from Sima de los Huesos showing evidence of blunt force trauma. (Credit: Sala et al./PLOS One) From the scene, authorities ..read more
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This is one of the Neanderthal footprints discovered at Le Rozel. (Credit: Image courtesy of Dominique Cliquet) At first glimpse, it ..read more
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Electrophorus voltai, one of the two newly discovered electric eel species, lives in the Brazilian highlands. (Credit: L. Sousa) In the ..read more

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