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Description Researchers in Peru believe they have traced the origins of the Incas -- the largest pre-Hispanic civilization in the Americas -- through the DNA of the modern-day descendants of their emperors.

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Updated 27 May 2018

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Description The amber sample showcased the delicate tail feathers of a tiny dinosaur. 

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Updated 27 May 2018

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Description The world's oldest dandruff has been found in a feathered dinosaur fossil — and scientists are stoked.

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Updated 26 May 2018

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Description Humanity is curious – how come the Earth is the only planet in the Solar system that harbours life? What is so special about Earth that allowed it to develop atmosphere and a suitable climate? Maybe it wasn‘t always like that? Scientists already know that ancient Mars had liquid water and now they a

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Updated 26 May 2018

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Description Crushed up fish fossils provide the answers.

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Updated 26 May 2018

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Description One student wields a bow and arrow, another a stone axe. A third lies in a hammock. It’s all part of professor of anthropology Clark Erickson’s resolution to put people into our picture of the past, and to understand how what they did affects our world today. Most depictions of past civilizations

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description Scientists have the scoop on bone-crushing behavior in extinct dogs, and the proof is in the animals' fossilized poop.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description A new study says all modern birds evolved from the same ground-dwelling, common ancestor, after an asteroid slammed into Earth millions of years ago and devastated the planet’s forests.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description On a very bad day 66 million years ago, a mountain-sized object from space slammed into Earth, initiating a cascade of calamities that eradicated three-fourths of the species on the planet, including the non-avian dinosaurs.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description A birdwatcher straining to see a tiny tuft of feathers hopping in the treetops may find it hard to believe the bird’s ancient ancestors lived on the ground. An international team of scientists has concluded the asteroid that smashed into Earth 66 million years ago not only wiped out the dinosaurs, b

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description The largest pterosaur jawbone on record has just been analyzed, and it's so big that it likely helped the prehistoric beast gulp down freshwater turtles and large dinosaur eggs 66 million years ago.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description (Inside Science) -- The Age of Dinosaurs ended about 66 million years ago, likely from a cosmic impact that unleashed more than a billion times the combined energy of the atom bombs that destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Now scientists find this disaster not only devastated dinosaurs, but also wrecked forests and wiped out tree-dwelling birds.

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Updated 24 May 2018

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Description Family trees suggest all modern avians arose from these early birds

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Updated 24 May 2018

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Description A 130-million-year-old fossil has revealed that the ancient super-continent Pangaea may have broken apart more slowly than scientists previously thought.

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Updated 24 May 2018

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Description Most renderings and reconstructions of pterodactyls and other extinct flying reptiles show a flight pose much like that of bats, which fly with their hind limbs splayed wide apart. But a new method for inferring how ancient animals might have moved their joints suggests that pterosaurs probably coul

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Updated 24 May 2018

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Description The asteroid that struck Earth 66 million years ago caused dramatic climate change, which could mean we are underestimating how much the planet will warm in the coming centuries

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Updated 24 May 2018

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Description About 3 billion people speak Indo-European languages like English and Hindustani, and it seems the first such tongue was spoken south of the Caucasus mountains

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Updated 23 May 2018

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Description Distinctive engravings of dolphins on the San José's bronze cannons have helped archaeologists identify the 310-year-old shipwreck.

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description 2,000 years ago, a ragtag group of Germanic tribesmen was slaughtered in battle. How they were buried has archaeologists turning their heads.

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description Archaeologists believe thousands of bones unearthed from a Danish bog are the remains of an epic battle 2,000 years ago.

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description Exploring the genome of an animal that’s been extinct for 65 million years has its challenges. But studying that animal’s living relatives might be the next best thing. An Iowa State University scientist has contributed to a study offering a tantalizing glimpse of what a dinosaur genome might hav

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description Professor Wang Shiqi from IVPP, the study’s senior author, said: “We found ancient elephant teeth in the Junggar Basin, in China’s far North West and they belong to two species, Gomphotherium connexum, and the larger G. steinheimense.” Zhang Hanwen, from Bristol’s School of Earth Sciences, added: “

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description The towering rocks at Stonehenge are so heavy that, according to a new controversial idea, a glacier, rather than Neolithic people, may have carried them from western Wales and dropped them off at Salisbury Plain in England, where the ancient monument stands today. But many archaeologists disagree, saying that this hypothesis lacks evidence and downplays the achievements, skill and imagination that the ancient builders likely displayed. So, what do the facts show? Live Science took a look, so you can decide for yourself. [5 Strange Theories About Stonehenge]

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description Months after the battle, people ritually damaged remains and put them under water.

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Updated 21 May 2018