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Earthworms can digest toxins due to drilodefensins in their gut - NATURE WORLD REPORT #Earthworms, #Toxins, #Science

Earthworms can digest toxins due to drilodefensins in their gut - NATURE WORLD REPORT #Earthworms, #Toxins, #Science

50-Million-Year-Old Sperm Cell Found in Antarctica

50-Million-Year-Old Sperm Found in Antarctica

What Fish Teach Us About Us Neil H. Shubin next to a model of Tiktaalik, a 375-million-year-old fish that was hailed as a missing link between sea and land animals.

What Fish Teach Us About Us

What Fish Teach Us About Us Neil H. Shubin next to a model of Tiktaalik, a 375-million-year-old fish that was hailed as a missing link between sea and land animals.

Dinosaur fossils don't come much more impressive than this. With 98 per cent of its skeleton preserved, this young predatory theropod from southern Germany may be the most complete dinosaur ever found.

Dinosaur fossils don't come much more impressive than this. With 98 per cent of its skeleton preserved, this young predatory theropod from southern Germany may be the most complete dinosaur ever found.

Fossil discoveries from the East African Rift revealed two unreported species of early primates, depicted here: Rukwapithecus, front, center, and Nsungwepithecus filling in a 10-million-year gap in the fossil record from a period when apes and Old World monkeys diverged. The primates lived during the Oligocene epoch, which lasted from about 34 million to 23 million years ago, at a time when mammals began to evolve rapidly.

Fossil finds hint at when apes and monkeys went separate ways

Fossil discoveries from the East African Rift revealed two unreported species of early primates, depicted here: Rukwapithecus, front, center, and Nsungwepithecus filling in a 10-million-year gap in the fossil record from a period when apes and Old World monkeys diverged. The primates lived during the Oligocene epoch, which lasted from about 34 million to 23 million years ago, at a time when mammals began to evolve rapidly.

Fossil remains of Old World lizard discovered in New World overturn long-held hypothesis of lizard evolution..."This fossil is an 80 million year old specimen of an acrodontan in the New World," explains Caldwell. "It's a missing link in the sense of the paleobiogeography and possibly the origins of the group, so it's pretty good evidence to suggest that back in the lower part of the Cretac

Fossil remains of Old World lizard discovered in New World overturn long-held hypothesis of lizard evolution..."This fossil is an 80 million year old specimen of an acrodontan in the New World," explains Caldwell. "It's a missing link in the sense of the paleobiogeography and possibly the origins of the group, so it's pretty good evidence to suggest that back in the lower part of the Cretac

Fossil Eocene bird 48 million years old | (from Flickr)

Fossil Eocene bird 48 million years old | (from Flickr)

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