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Description New laser technology revealed that an ancient bird could walk and run immediately after hatching - life short science news

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 22 March 2019

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Description A newly discovered fossil site in China that dates back 518 million years contains more than 50% previously unknown species, according to a new study. The well-preserved Qingjiang site is helping scientists to fill gaps in the fossil record and provide a clearer picture of some of the earliest animal ecosystems.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 22 March 2019

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Description A spectacular discovery in south China is shedding more light on the mysterious lifeforms that crawled our planet half a billion years ago. In a shale bed next to Danshui River, palaentologists have excavated around 30,000 fossils dating back to th

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 22 March 2019

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Description Newly-discovered fossil deposit contains more than 50 unknown species from the Cambrian Explosion, when most complex body plans appeared.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description A new treasure trove of Cambrian fossils in China dating to 518 million years ago could rival Canada’s Burgess Shale.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 21 March 2019

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Description We're edging closer to understanding entire Cambrian ecologies.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 21 March 2019

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Description In an ironic twist, it appears the egg is what killed the bird.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 21 March 2019

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Description Scientists have found the first known fossil of a bird that died with an unlaid egg inside its body. The egg has been crushed by pressure over time.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 20 March 2019

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Description One hundred and 10–million-year-old discovery could reveal how animal perished

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 20 March 2019

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Description People brought their own pigs for the feasts from as far away as Scotland.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 20 March 2019

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Description With an estimated daily fuel demand of more than 5 million barrels per day, the global aviation sector is incredibly energy-intensive and almost entirely reliant on petroleum-based fuels. Unlike other energy sectors such ...

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 19 March 2019

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Description Is cloning the next step?

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 19 March 2019

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Description New research suggests that far from being in decline before their extinction event, dinosaurs were probably doing just fine.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 19 March 2019

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Description The preference for wind is strong even in coal-producing states.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 19 March 2019

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Description The mammoth, named Yuka, was found frozen in Siberia in 2010. 

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 19 March 2019

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Description TBD

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 18 March 2019

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Description Two researchers at the University of St. Andrews, in Scotland, have recently developed a new machine learning-based method for understanding images of ancient coins. Their study, pre-published on arXiv applies computer vision ...

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 18 March 2019

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Description Japanese scientists say some proteins in frozen mammoth cells may still work after 28,000 years. But that activity may be more mouse than mammoth.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 18 March 2019

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Description My plate tectonic collisions bring all the glaciers to the yard.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 17 March 2019