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Fig wasp fossil shows up too “soon” in the fossil record.
Cobra genome shows snake venom’s innocuous roots.
Have genetic discoveries broken the tie that binds us to Adam?
The “Pit of Bones” in a cavern in northern Spain was the final resting place for 28 of Europe’s earliest human inhabitants, Homo heidelbergensis.
Fossil has paleobotanists puzzling over the evolutionary origin of floral pollen.
Do smart crows reveal an alternate evolutionary path to intelligence?
Black Beauty may tell the tale of the Red Planet’s youth.
Does the Chesapeake Bay crater memorialize a meteorite impact from the time of Noah’s Flood?
Contrary to conventional wisdom, crocodilians not only can digest fruit but seem to commonly and intentionally consume it.
Comet ISON’s fate fuels speculation about its origins. Since comets simply cannot survive for millions of years, where could new comets come from?
“Proto-bird” or transitional form? Archaeopteryx gets its walking papers at Los Angeles conference.
Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell reviews the first episode of Bible Secrets Revealed, premiered on the History Channel.
Smithsonian’s list of historic icons that shaped America credits the Burgess Shale with putting us in our rightful place.
If a Parasaurolophus daddy sang bass, little brother was able to join right in there.
Does the chimpanzee ability to see-a-snake and sound-a-signal recapitulate the evolutionary underpinnings of human language?
The fearsome piranha’s vegetarian version uses its teeth to shred plants, not meat.
Some scientists think contagious yawning is connected to the ability to empathize. Chimpanzees “empathize” as they mature, but do they really understand?
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