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Updated 14 December 2019

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Description This week’s top Science news

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Updated 13 December 2019

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Description It’s also the oldest known figurative art drawn by early modern humans.

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Updated 13 December 2019

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Description Some 250 million years ago, simultaneous mass extinctions of marine and terrestrial life occurred in an event known as the End-Permian. Or so scientists believed. New research led by Colby College geologist Robert Gastaldo has revealed the most definitive proof to date that the extinctions did no

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Updated 13 December 2019

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Description TUTANKHAMUN'S tomb may be one of the most famous in the world but it's still shrouded in a lot of mystery. A new Channel 5 documentary has tried to shed further light on several 'anomalies' in King Tut's final resting place and has highlighted some unusual objects.

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Updated 13 December 2019

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Updated 13 December 2019

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Description Archaeologists found—and cracked—ancient rotten eggs in waterlogged pit in England. The eggs released a "potent stench," but we think that's putting it mildly.

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Updated 13 December 2019

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Description Think you know all the facts about our ancient ancestors? A raft of discoveries over the past few years is changing our definition of what a Neanderthal is.

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Updated 13 December 2019

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Description These objects are portrayed in Egyptian artworks, but not a single one has been found by archaeologists – until now.

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Description The painting, found in Indonesia, is the earliest-known example of cave art.

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Description SECRETS behind the gruesome remains of skeletons found in an ancient Mexican well are finally being uncovered. Experts now think the bones belong to high status prisoners of war who were killed and dismembered about 1,400 years ago.

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Description SHROUDIES, people who believe that the Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus Christ, are calling for a retest of the artefact. The linen cloth appears to bear the image of the body of a man but scientists have struggled to agree on how old it is despite expert analysis.

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Description A RARE pink statue of Ancient Egypt's King Ramses II has been unearthed by archaeologists. The remarkably well-reserved granite bust was dug up in a small village near the famous Giza pyramids.

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Updated 12 December 2019

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Description Are you a human, or a human-Neanderthal hybrid? The concept of the species, one of the most basic in biology, may not be as well-defined as we think

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Updated 11 December 2019

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Description According to new research, the tiny insects were very similar to modern lice.

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Updated 11 December 2019

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Description Archaeologists discovered nine mysterious stone-carved objects scattered around an ancient hearth in Finstown, Orkney, an archipelago off the coast of Scotland.

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Updated 11 December 2019

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Description Cave paintings discovered in Indonesia reveal ancient artists were conjuring imagined scenes 20,000 years earlier than we thought – but who painted them?

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Updated 11 December 2019

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Description An ancient wall painting on a Greek island shows a monkey species that lives around the Indus Valley in Asia – suggesting long-distance trade in the Bronze Age

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Updated 11 December 2019

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Description THE WORLD'S oldest cave art depicting hunting scenes has been uncovered, and dates back at least 43,900 years ago. Our prehistoric ancestors painted the figurines on a limestone wall in Indonesia tens of thousands of years earlier than Europe's first cave art.

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Updated 11 December 2019

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Description CONE-SHAPED headgear worn by Ancient Egyptians 3,000 years ago has been found by archaeologists. The wax accessory jutted from the top of the head and is believed to have been worn to "purify" the wearer before they journeyed to the afterlife.

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Updated 11 December 2019

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Description (Inside Science) -- The oldest fossil lice yet unearthed have been found on dinosaur feathers encased in amber, a new study reports.

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Updated 10 December 2019

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Description 100-million-year-old insects that fed on feathers are the oldest licelike fossils known

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Updated 10 December 2019

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Updated 10 December 2019

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Description That dinosaurs were tormented by parasites is hardly a surprise.

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Updated 10 December 2019

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Description The buried town of Beta Samati in Ethiopia was once part of the Empire of Aksum, which dominated east Africa for centuries and traded with the Roman Empire

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Updated 10 December 2019

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Description SMILES were developed by ancient humans as a way to attract less-aggressive mates, according to a new study. A team of scientists is claiming that the kindness humans can show via facial expressions was a key factor in our evolution.

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Updated 09 December 2019

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Updated 09 December 2019

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Updated 08 December 2019