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Description It was feared that Luzia, a 12,000-year-old fossil, had been totally lost in the Brazil fire.

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Updated 20 October 2018

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Description Extreme weather events led to cascading failure of critical water infrastructure.

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Updated 20 October 2018

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Description An ancient forest in Utah considered to be the largest single living thing in the world is dying, according to scientists.

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Updated 19 October 2018

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Description Ancient organs rarely fossilize, so paleontologists were stunned to find the incredibly well-preserved remains of a lung that belonged to bird from the dinosaur age, a new study finds.

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Updated 19 October 2018

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Description A newly described fossil found in China shows that birds evolved one of these notable features very, very early–while they were still dinosaurs, in fact. A team of researchers from China and South Africa just published a study detailing the presence of what they believe to be lung tissue in the fossil.

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Updated 19 October 2018

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Description Several new fossils paint a very detailed picture of how pterosaurs were born, lived and died, yet we still don't know how they got the energy to fly.

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Updated 19 October 2018

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Description Possible traces of lungs preserved with a 120-million-year-old bird fossil could represent a respiratory system similar to that of modern birds.

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Updated 19 October 2018

#8

 

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Description Scientists still debate what killed off all the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. Was it an asteroid strike, or a giant volcanic eruption?

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Updated 19 October 2018

#9

 

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Description A piranha-like fish with a mouth full of pointy teeth (some even jutting down from the roof of its mouth) once swam the Jurassic seas, ripping flesh or even fins from the bodies of other aquatic creatures.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 18 October 2018

#10

 

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Description Tyrannosaurus rex is often mocked for its puny, laughable arms, but new research indicates the fearsome dinosaurs could do a lot more with their little limbs than previously realized.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 18 October 2018

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Description It’s bigger than one million billion Suns put together, said astronomers.

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Updated 18 October 2018

#12

 

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Description Hunting for fossils is a difficult business in the first place, but the challenge is multiplied the farther back in time you're searching. 

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description The 3.7 billion-year-old structures found in Greenland certainly looked like they had a biological origin, but a new study casts ...

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 18 October 2018

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Description Rare fossil suggests toothless whale ancestors sucked up their food before evolving baleen

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description Scientists identify the oldest bony fish that could have taken bites of flesh

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description Thanks to two allocations of Director’s Discretionary Time and a successful Fast-Turnaround program, an international team (including Gemini Emeritus Astronomer Tom Geballe, who wrote this summary on behalf of the team) used Gemini North/GNIRS to follow the evolution of the near-infrared spectrum of

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Updated 18 October 2018

#18

 

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Description The Paris Agreement was empty goals with empty and insufficient promises followed by less action and even less results. The IPCC 2018 is calling for a larger than WW2 economic mobilization and transformation without the equivalent of a climate fall of France or Europe. IPCC 2018 is talking about loss of coral and summer ice in the Arctic. Arctic Ice has been stable from 2007 to 2018. There was a decrease in ice from 1979 to 2007. The sea level rise has been minimal. All of the Arctic Ice and all of the Greenland glacier is not projected to completely...

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 17 October 2018

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Description Here's how ancient sea monsters got rid of all that salty seawater they swallowed while hunting in the deep, blue sea.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description A new analysis suggests that tectonics, not microbes, formed cone-shaped structures in 3.7-billion-year-old rock.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description A 10-year-old skeleton in a Roman cemetery had a stone placed in its mouth to prevent the youngster from rising from the dead, a study finds.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 16 October 2018

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Description Blue Origins Bezos predicts trillions of humans in the solar system...

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 16 October 2018

#23

 

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Description Carvings uncovered in the Canadian Arctic may be the earliest portraits of the Vikings created in the Americas.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description GLOBAL warming could re-awaken ancient diseases and even the Black Death, according to an Oxford University researcher. Higher global temperatures would melt ice sheets that store long-buried bacteria, which would spread disease and potentially cause new global pandemics.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description Archaeologists in China have uncovered the tomb of a 900-year-old &quot;Grand Lady,&quot; along with various artifacts, such as the remains of a model house.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Researchers found new evidence that fish rapidly evolved in two phases following the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction that occurred 66 million years ago.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Archaeologists using radar scans have detected a Viking ship buried beneath a cemetery in Norway.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Trying to imagine what dinosaurs actually looked like 66 million years ago is no easy task – it involves some painstakingly detailed fossil analysis, some intelligent guesswork, and a bit of creative imagination.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description An exquisitely preserved skeleton of a woman dubbed the &#039;Grand Lady&#039; has been discovered in a water-filled coffin in China.

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Updated 14 October 2018