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Linguist’s ‘huge knowledge’ analysis helps waves of migration into the Americas

Linguistic anthropologists are making use of the newest know-how to an historic thriller: how and when early people inhabited the New World. Their new analysis suggests complicated patterns of contact and migration among the many early peoples who first settled … Continue reading

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Ancient ecosystem response to ‘big five’ mass extinction

A new study explores one of the ‘big five’ mass extinctions, the Permian-Triassic event, revealing unexpected results about the types of animals that were most vulnerable to extinction, and the factors that might best predict community stability during times of … Continue reading

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