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Lucy fever, social smarts, a space collision, the Creation Museum’s impact, and “ancient” DNA round out this week’s News to Note.
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Lucy, the “holy grail” of evolution according to some pundits, has arrived and is now on display at the Houston Museum of Natural Science in Texas, her premiere attracting approximately 1,000 visitors to the museum last Friday.
A Congolese study headed by doctoral student Esther Herrmann and her advisor, Michael Tomasello, both of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, is the latest research to highlight humans’ intellectual distinction from apes.
An asteroidal collision is what ultimately doomed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, reports BBC.
Our Creation Museum will be welcoming naturalists from Kentucky state parks, reports Louisville’s Courier-Journal.
How can rats, mice, and humans share so many identical DNA sequences? Look inside!
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