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Researchers are building a picture of palorchestids, which had tapir-like skulls and large scimitar-like claws The “strange” anatomy ..read more
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Scientists find 257 prints preserved over 80,000 years, suggesting a group of 10 to 13 comprising mostly children Like modern humans and ..read more
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‘Iconic’ finding of 3.8m-year-old fossil in Ethiopia casts doubt on previous evolutionary theory The face of the oldest species that ..read more
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Scientists believe dinosaur dates back to 168m years ago during the middle Jurassic period A new species of one of the most recognisable ..read more
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The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound ..read more
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New research shows chimpanzees bond quicker after watching films together. Time for Hollywood moguls to fetch the popcorn and head for the ..read more
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Homo sapiens might well have been living in Europe 210,000 years ago, but it’s not relevant to contemporary debates about raceIn 1978, ..read more
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Remains discovered on Mani peninsula could rewrite history of Homo sapiens in EurasiaA broken skull chiselled from a lump of rock in a cave ..read more
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Female cichlids who lose their mates are measurably more pessimistic, researchers sayInferring the mood of a fish has never been a precise ..read more
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Examining isotopes in Cambrian rocks reveals ‘boom and bust’ cycles in levels of gasLife on Earth got started more than 4bn years ago, ..read more

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