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Flora, fauna, crickets and chrysanthemums -- all of the great biota beyond the close relatives of Homo sapiens. --- Also new insights into the transfer of genetic information.

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Photo Mug-APES & MONKEYS. Hands and feet of apes and monkeys. Wood engraving, century-Ceramic dishwasher safe mug made in the UK Primates, Mammals, Illustration Singe, Antique Illustration, The Monkey's Paw, Feet Drawing, Monkey Drawing, Ape Monkey, Monkey Mind

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HANDS AND FEET OF APES AND MONKEYS. 1,2, Gorilla; 3-8, Chimpanzee; 9,10, Orang; 11,13, Gibbon; 14,15, Guereza; 16-18, Macaque; 19,20, Baboon; 21,22, Marmoset.

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An article published in the journal "Nature" describes a research on the evolution of from fins to hands. A team of scientists coordinated by paleontologist and developmental biologist Neil Shubin of the University of Chicago, Illinois, used the CRISPR-Ca Fish Fin, Human Evolution, Science And Nature, Fingers, Hands, Descendants, Link, Flappers, Biology

The findings by a University of Chicago team will help researchers understand…

We've Been Wrong About Lichen For 150 Years Fungi, Garden Mushrooms, Spaceship Earth, Trees To Plant, Flora, Stuffed Mushrooms, Shelter, Science Room, Ap Biology

We've Been Wrong About Lichen For 150 Years

Hundreds of millions of years ago, a tiny green microbe joined forces with a fungus, and together they conquered the world. It’s a tale of two cross-kingdom organisms, one providing food and the one other shelter, and it’s been our touchstone example of symbiosis for 150 years. Trouble is, that story is nowhere near complete.

Scientists say cave paintings in Spain, thought to have been by our ancestors, were actually by Neanderthals. So did they teach us everything we know? Abstract Drawings, Abstract Art, Abstract Paintings, Human Art, Prehistory, The Guardian, Painting & Drawing, Stuff To Do, Stencils

So Neanderthals made abstract art? This astounding discovery humbles every human

Scientists say cave paintings in Spain, thought to have been by our ancestors, were actually by Neanderthals. So did they teach us everything we know?

A study led by Penn State researchers found more evidence of the relationship between nose shape and the climate where a person’s ancestors lived. Science News, Teaching Science, Nose Shapes, Food For Thought, Study, Led, York, Times, Ecology

A study led by Penn State researchers found more evidence of the relationship between nose shape and the climate where a person’s ancestors lived.

A fossil has been discovered of one of the biggest arthropods that ever lived. It is named Aegirocassis benmoulae. Giant Lobster, Filter Feeder, Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Creatures, Sea Monsters, Prehistory, Sea Creatures, Geology, Evolution

Aegirocassis benmoulae

A presentation by Dr. Peter Van Roy describing a new fossil anomalocaridid from the Early Ordovician Fezouata Formation of Morocco. Dr. Van Roy is one of the...

How the Galapagos cormorant lost its ability to fly - UCLA Health - Los Angeles, CA Ucla Health, Archaeology News, Galapagos Islands, All Birds, Creature Feature, Ny Times, Habitats, Lost, Scientists

How a Galápagos Bird Lost the Ability to Fly - The New York Times

Fish fossils reveal how tails evolved, Penn professor finds - HeritageDaily - Archaeology News Prehistoric World, Prehistoric Creatures, Fish Anatomy, Ancient Fish, Fish Fossil, Archaeology News, Live Fish, Extinct Animals, Vertebrates

Fish fossils reveal how tails evolved, professor finds | Geology Page

Despite their obvious physical differences, elephants, lizards and trout all have something in common. They possess elongated, flexible structures at the re

A newly-named fossil whale species had superior high-frequency hearing ability, helped in part by the unique shape of inner ear features that have given scientists new clues about the evolution of this specialized sense. Whale Species, Megalodon Shark, Ocean Pollution, Prehistoric Animals, Underwater World, Science And Nature, Fossils, Mammals, Animals And Pets

In a newly-identified ancient species, scientists have found evidence that ultrasonic hearing — and use of the navigational technique of echolocation — goes back millions of years earlier in whales than previously known. A newly-identified ancient species of whale suggests the water-bound mammals were capable of ultrasonic hearing much earlier than previously known.

Modern crocodiles like the Nile Crocodile pictured above are the descendants of the smaller and lighter crocodylomorphs that survived the extinctions at the end of the Triassic period and the rise of the dinosaurs Crocodile Pictures, Nile Crocodile, Crocodiles, Descendants, Predator, Dinosaurs, Lighter, Evolution, Period

The 9-feet long crocodile that hunted on two legs before the dinosaurs

Palaeontologists at North Carolina State University say Carnufex carolinesis - which means Carolina Butcher - was probably one of the top predators in the equatorial regions during the Triassic Period.

Two partial archaic human skulls, from the Lingjing site, Xuchang, central China, provide a new window into the biology and populations patterns of the immediate predecessors of modern humans in eastern Eurasia. China, Human Fossils, Anthropologie, Early Humans, Recent Discoveries, Human Evolution, Human Skull, Dinosaur Stuffed Animal, Skulls

100,000-year-old human skulls from east Asia reveal complex mix of trends in time, space

Two partial archaic human skulls, from the Lingjing site, Xuchang, central China, provide a new window into the biology and populations patterns of the immediate predecessors of modern humans in eastern Eurasia.

Nasa Discovers 100 Million-year-old Footprints; Did Mammals and Dinosaurs Exist Together? Prehistoric NASA Sandstone Proves Dinosaurs and Mammals Interacted With Each Other Dinosaur Age, Dinosaur Tracks, Sandstone Slabs, Nasa Goddard, University Of Colorado, Mystery Of History, Prehistoric Creatures, Milky Way

Dinosaur and Ancient Mammal Stomping Ground Found in NASA Space Flight Center

Nasa Discovers 100 Million-year-old Footprints; Did Mammals and Dinosaurs Exist Together? Prehistoric NASA Sandstone Proves Dinosaurs and Mammals Interacted With Each Other

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Reconstructing trees: Cladistics

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