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Some scientists think contagious yawning is connected to the ability to empathize. Chimpanzees “empathize” as they mature, but do they really understand?
Journey to the center of the earth said to show how our core came to be.
Are empathetic bonobos our evolutionary soul-mates?
Historical records corroborate frozen testimony that unravels the riddle of the Little Ice Age.
Flower evolution has long been assigned to the Early Cretaceous period. Did Triassic dinosaurs wake up and smell the roses?
Expanding underwater territory claimed as key to the Cambrian conundrum.
Fossils like thousands of “blobs with toes” mark the presence of dinosaur diversity in the Alaskan past.
How did birds get their wings? This “classic major evolutionary transition” fails to take flight in the fossil record.
Australopithecus afarensis newest reconstruction drags Lucy down-to-earth.
Jaws of life get an evolutionary face-lift from “a bony-fish-like grin.”
Juvenile leafhoppers synchronize their back legs with gears.
New methodology may help combat what some consider a modern evolutionary nightmare.
Radiocarbon dating adds to evidence that Egyptian antiquity was not quite so very ancient.
The inventory of life’s building blocks in space rocks rises.
Surprising number of genomic “echoes” are associated with biological sonar in dolphins and bats.
While Curiosity continues to search for signs of life on Mars, eager earth-bound evolutionary scientists are out-sourcing the origin of life off-world.
Like modern rodents, “primitive” multituberculates were already fully equipped to go anywhere and eat anything.
Family’s desire to educate their children ends in forcible abduction of the children by the state.
Ongoing excavation uncovers a fourth Triceratops in Cretaceous dig.
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