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Huge, form-shifting animals from the daybreak of time

Main modifications within the chemical composition of the world’s oceans enabled the primary giant organisms — probably a few of the earliest animals — to exist and thrive greater than half a billion years in the past, marking the purpose … Continue reading

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Volcanic eruptions triggered daybreak of the dinosaurs

Large pulses of volcanic exercise are more likely to have performed a key position in triggering the top Triassic mass extinction, which set the scene for the rise and age of the dinosaurs, new analysis has discovered. Paleontology News — … Continue reading

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Volcanic Eruptions Triggered Daybreak of the Dinosaurs

The argon-argon courting technique can present extra exact absolute dates for a lot of geologic occasions, starting from volcanic eruptions and earthquakes to the extinction of the dinosaurs and lots of different creatures on the finish of the Cretaceous interval … Continue reading

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Scientists say face mites evolved alongside humans since the dawn of human origins

Scientists have discovered a universal human truth about our bodies: they all, without exception, have mites. A landmark new study, led by scientists at Bowdoin and the California Academy of Sciences, explores the fascinating, little-known natural history of the face … Continue reading

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Influence of Earth’s history on the dawn of modern birds

The evolution of modern birds was greatly shaped by the history of our planet’s geography and climate. New research finds that birds arose in what is now South America around 90 million years ago, and radiated extensively around the time … Continue reading

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Study uncovers influence of Earth’s history on the dawn of modern birds

New research led by the American Museum of Natural History reveals that the evolution of modern birds was greatly shaped by the history of our planet’s geography and climate. The DNA-based work, published today in the journal Science Advances, finds … Continue reading

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