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Description The speed of transition seemed so shockingly abrupt that it amazed and worried even Charles Darwin. It has long been called the “Cambrian explosion." We now know it was not quite so abrupt.

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description The last common ancestor of the starry dwarf frog may have existed tens of millions of years ago, say researchers in India and the US.

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description Lara the explorer?

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description Look at this absolute unit.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description New details shift the debate on whether Smilodon lived and hunted in packs, and answer questions about other behaviors and abilities.

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Updated 24 March 2019

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Description The more we learn about dinosaurs, the more we realize there was probably more to them than what their skeletons can show.

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Updated 24 March 2019

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Description In 450 BCE, Herodotus described a type of cargo boat historians didn't think existed.

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Updated 24 March 2019

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Description Roughly 12,800 years ago, planet Earth went through a brief cold snap that was unrelated to any ice age. For years, there have been geologists that have argued that this period was caused by an airburst or meteor fragments (known as the Younger Dry

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Updated 23 March 2019

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Description The towering Tyrannosaurus rex discovered in western Canada in 1991 is the world's biggest, a team of paleontologists said Friday, following a decades-long process of reconstructing its skeleton. While the giant carnivore's skeleton was discovered in 1991, paleontologists spent more than a decade just removing the hard sandstone that covered its bones.

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Updated 23 March 2019

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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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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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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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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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Updated 21 March 2019

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

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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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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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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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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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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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Updated 19 March 2019

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Description Is cloning the next step?

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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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Updated 19 March 2019

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

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Updated 19 March 2019

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

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Updated 19 March 2019