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Updated 26 February 2021

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Description The UK government plan announced in 2020 is to ban new petrol and diesel model cars by 2030, but some fossil-fuelled cars are to be exempt. Now it has emerged that the concession came after lobbying by the UK car-makers' trade body

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Updated 26 February 2021

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Description Fossil hunters struggle to find evidence of medium-sized carnivorous dinosaur species – perhaps because juvenile forms of giants like T. rex outcompeted them

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Updated 26 February 2021

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Description A team of US scientists has demonstrated that the offspring of huge carnivorous dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus rex, who grew from the size of house cats to towering monsters, reshaped their ecosystems by outcompeting smaller rival species.

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Updated 25 February 2021

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Description The extinction of woolly mammoths was hastened by a warming climate that shrank and fragmented their habitat, and was then exacerbated by human hunting

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Updated 25 February 2021

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Updated 25 February 2021

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Description Study explains why ancient carnivores were tiny or huge, not medium-size

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Updated 25 February 2021

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Description A Diplodocus-like dinosaur is the first of its kind to be found in Asia, suggesting the land mass could have helped dinosaurs reach other regions

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Updated 25 February 2021

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Description Our distant ancestors may have swung below tree branches and knuckle-walked like a chimpanzee – challenging recent thinking that the earliest hominins did neither

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Updated 25 February 2021

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Updated 25 February 2021

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Updated 24 February 2021

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Updated 24 February 2021

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Updated 24 February 2021

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Updated 24 February 2021

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Description Rocks drilled from crater floor could reveal how wet Mars was—and for how long

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Updated 23 February 2021

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Updated 23 February 2021

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Description A large, life-like painting of a kangaroo on the ceiling of a rock shelter is the oldest known painting in Australia, and was dated using ancient wasp nests

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Updated 22 February 2021

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Description Asked by: Emily Hunter, Leicester

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Updated 22 February 2021

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Description Vampire squid have been lurking in the dark corners of the ocean for 30 million years, a new analysis of a long-lost fossil finds. 

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Updated 21 February 2021

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Description A 66 million-year-old fossilized lung belonging to a previously unknown giant coelacanth fish was recently discovered in Morocco.

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Updated 21 February 2021

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Updated 21 February 2021

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Updated 20 February 2021

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Updated 20 February 2021

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Updated 19 February 2021

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Updated 19 February 2021

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Description Ancient Indian iron artefacts have always fascinated researchers due to their excellent corrosion resistance, but the scientific explanation of this feature remains to be elucidated. We have investigated corrosion resistance of iron manufactured according to traditional metallurgical processes by the Indian tribes called ‘Agaria’. Iron samples were recovered from central India (Aamadandh, Korba district, Chhattisgarh). Iron artefacts are investigated using a range of correlative microscopic, spectroscopic, diffraction and tomographic techniques to postulate the hidden mechanisms of superlative corrosion resistance. The importance of manufacturing steps, ingredients involved in Agaria’s iron making process, and post-metal treatment using metal-working operation called hot hammering (forging) is highlighted. This study also hypothesizes the probable protective mechanisms of corrosion resistance of iron. Findings are expected to have a broad impact across multiple disciplines such as archaeology, metallurgy and materials science.

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 19 February 2021

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Description A genetic analysis of ancient fossils reveals that the ancient Europeans were largely replaced by others around 14,500 years ago.

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Updated 19 February 2021

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Updated 19 February 2021

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Description Earth’s most recent magnetic pole reversal, called the Laschamp event, has been dated to 42,000 years ago and coincides with extreme weather and the extinction of large mammals

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Field # Archaeology & History
Updated 19 February 2021