A pregnancy test for Mars, another trove of fossils, crossbreeding salamanders, and a loquacious bird comprise this issue of News to Note
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A new test to check for life on Mars has just had its initial components launched into space.
A team reporting this week in the journal Nature announces the discovery of the remains of four individuals found at the site of a medieval castle at Dmanisi in the former Soviet republic of Georgia.
Joining the ranks of such hybrid animals as ligers and wholphins, is a new hybrid salamander breed of the California tiger salamander and barred salamanders.
An obituary for a grey parrot named Alex reminds us that evolutionists’ ideas about human origins don’t always—or should we say don’t often?—line up with reality.
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