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DNA analysis reignites fierce debate over fate of 9,000-year-old skeleton. Genome sequencing indicates Kennewick Man is Native American, reopening the bitter battle over whether he should be reburied or studied.

DNA analysis reignites fierce debate over fate of 9,000-year-old skeleton. Genome sequencing indicates Kennewick Man is Native American, reopening the bitter battle over whether he should be reburied or studied.

‘Breaking the time barrier’: 700,000-year-old horse fossil oldest ever found from DNA mapped animal

‘Breaking the time barrier’: 700,000-year-old horse fossil oldest ever found from DNA mapped animal

In 2014 the 5,800-year-old remains of a male and a female skeleton were discovered, locked in an embrace, in a cave in Southern Greece. The pair were uncovered in the Alepotrypa Cave, which served ...

In 2014 the 5,800-year-old remains of a male and a female skeleton were discovered, locked in an embrace, in a cave in Southern Greece. The pair were uncovered in the Alepotrypa Cave, which served ...

125-million-year-old fossil of a flowering plant, Leefructus mirus, the earliest intact fossil of a eudicot, a familiar group of plants that includes modern maple trees and dandelions

125-million-year-old fossil of a flowering plant, Leefructus mirus, the earliest intact fossil of a eudicot, a familiar group of plants that includes modern maple trees and dandelions

How snakes lost a blueprint for making limbs. When researchers inserted the snake DNA into mice, the animals developed truncated limbs, suggesting that a critical stretch of DNA lost its ability to support limb growth during snake evolution. Snakes lost their limbs over 100 million years ago, but scientists have struggled to identify the genetic changes involved.

How snakes lost a blueprint for making limbs. When researchers inserted the snake DNA into mice, the animals developed truncated limbs, suggesting that a critical stretch of DNA lost its ability to support limb growth during snake evolution. Snakes lost their limbs over 100 million years ago, but scientists have struggled to identify the genetic changes involved.

Dinosaurs Were Mostly Scaly, Study Finds. A new study examines the evidence for fuzz on non-avian dinosaurs.

Dinosaurs Were Mostly Scaly, Study Finds. A new study examines the evidence for fuzz on non-avian dinosaurs.

Fossil Ink Sacs Yield Jurassic Pigment—A First

Fossil Ink Sacs Yield Jurassic Pigment—A First

Ancient Native American burials suggest blood feuds

Ancient Native American burials suggest blood feuds

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