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ANCIENT WHALES: The ancestors of today's gentle giants of the ocean were equipped with the razor-sharp teeth of a fearsome predator and could have hunted seals and penguins, rather than the tiny krill they eat today, scientists say.
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ART OF SCIENCE: A beautiful image that unearths the mysteries of embryonic lung development is one of the winning entries in this year's Art of Science competition.
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SAILING SPIDERS: Trapdoor spiders are reluctant travellers, but millions of years ago one species appears to have made an epic journey from Africa across the vast Indian Ocean to call Australia home.
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VINYL LIFE?: A compound that may form cell wall-like structures has been detected in the dense atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan.
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ANCIENT HISTORY: The ancient Canaanites were not exterminated as described in the Bible, but lived on to become modern-day Lebanese, according to the first study to analyse their DNA
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CUSTOMISED NEURONES: Scientists in Australia have used a 3D printer to create nerve cells found in the brain using a special bio-ink made from stem cells.
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DEEP CONNECTION: New excavations of a rock shelter near Kakadu National Park indicate humans reached Australia at least 65,000 years ago - up to 18,000 years earlier than archaeologists previously thought.
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RUNAWAY STARS: New research suggests super-fast stars in the Milky Way are actually 'runaways' - from another galaxy.
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BEAT OF LOVE: Just like a human drummer, male palm cockatoos uses drumsticks to beat out a steady rhythm.
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FELINE HISTORY: A new study on how cats conquered the world - and our hearts - has answered long-standing questions.
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