SA-Evolution

SA-Evolution

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The tree people in the Lord of the Rings—the Ents—can get around by walking. But for real trees, well, it's harder to uproot. "Because...

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The ability to distinguish between sounds of varying pitch makes people capable of producing and understanding speech and music. And the way we are...

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In 2012 the remains of 27 hunter–gatherers were unearthed in a remote part of Kenya called Nataruk near Lake Turkana—many of whom, based on...

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Chimpanzees. They’re notoriously social creatures. They snack together, snooze together and work hard to keep each other flea- and tick-free. But this simian intimacy...

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Chimpanzees. They’re notoriously social creatures. They snack together, snooze together and work hard to keep each other flea- and tick-free. But this simian intimacy...

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Hippopotamuses. People usually think of them as massive, lumbering hulks of plant-eating muscle. Reports do crop up of hippos snacking on crocs or chowing...

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Otzi—or as he’s also known, the Iceman—was discovered frozen in the Alps in 1991 by two German tourists. The 5,300-year-old body has been analyzed...

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“Creationism evolves and sometimes those new strategies succeed.” Nicholas Matzke, an evolutionary biologist currently on a fellowship at the Australian National University in Canberra. “So I...

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The furious majesty of a thunderstorm defies computer simulation. In a world divided up into 10,000 square kilometer grids to make the 510 million...

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It seems the first resident of earth to break the sound barrier wasn't Chuck Yeager, after all. He was about a hundred million years...