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Tibetan natives ability to tolerate high-altitude conditions is a genetic inheritance obtained from mixing with the long-extinct Denisovan people.
In a new comprehensive review of humanity’s story, evolutionary anthropologists tell their tale of how hominins progressed up the evolutionary ladder.
Looking for bugs in all the right places bumped human brains up the evolutionary ladder, researchers say.
The “mosaic” of traits in these people who left their fossilized remains in Ice Age sediment is consistent with the history found in God’s Word.
Do modern man’s diseases spring from a mismatch between today’s diet and prehistoric anatomy?
Does Mercuriceratops, like its mythological namesake messenger of the gods, bring us a mythological message from an evolutionary past?
UK mandates teaching that natural biological processes explain origins of life on earth.
Did this little fish lose a gill to build a jaw for its evolutionary descendants?
Dinosaur body temperatures, like Goldilocks’s preferred porridge, may have been neither hot nor cold but somewhere in the middle.
Are weak muscles the price humans paid for evolving bigger better brains?
When does “stop” mean “go”? Surprisingly often! The DNA code common to all living things is not quite as uniform as previously thought.
Jelly genome shakes the evolutionary tree of life to its roots.
Do the genetic roots of primate tooth enamel track humanity’s evolutionary roots?
Sap-sucking insects get a nutritional leg up from bacterial symbionts.
Are the chemical signatures in a faint galaxy the fossil remnants of our universe’s birth?
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