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The unique facial features of Semirostrum ceruttii tell scientists that this Pliocene porpoise had an interesting hunting technique. >>Read More
Post: July 24, 2014 9:49 pm, Source: Current Biology  Comments (0) Views (223)
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As land leaves grew scarce, sloths headed into open waters to search for nutrition. >>Read More
Post: July 24, 2014 9:26 pm, Source: Proceedings of the Royal Society B  Comments (0) Views (288)
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Discovered in southwest China, the three specimens of L. unguispinus were almost completely preserved – muscles, brain, and digestive tract traces were all found in incredibly good shape. >>Read More
Post: July 24, 2014 8:56 pm, Source: Nature  Comments (0) Views (228)
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The fossil of the fly larva Qiyia jurassica has been found among the rubble of China’s Daohugou rock beds. >>Read More
Post: July 23, 2014 12:56 pm, Source: eLife  Comments (0) Views (304)
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An ancient shark bears close resemblance to bony fishes, suggesting a new view of the evolution of jawed vertebrates. >>Read More
Post: July 3, 2014 2:36 am, Source: Nature  Comments (0) Views (219)
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By studying how the muscles in crocodiles, alligators, eagles, hawks, falcons, and chickens work as they feed, scientists make inferences about how similar muscles must have worked in tyrannosaurids. >>Read More
Post: June 2, 2014 5:34 pm, Source: Journal of Zoology  Comments (0) Views (340)
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A new study used genetics to trace the evolutionary history of 284 species of hummingbirds in hopes of discovering exactly when Trochilidae as we know them appeared and what different paths along the evolutionary tree they have since taken. >>Read More
Post: June 2, 2014 4:48 pm, Source: Current Biology  Comments (0) Views (237)

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