SA-Evolution

SA-Evolution

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On May 23, 1707, a child was born in the Swedish countryside who would go on to alter the course of science forever. Carl...

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Life began in the sea and continues to flourish there, undetected by modern science and invisible to the human eye—until now. A new survey...

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Lee Dugatkin, evolutionary biologist and behavioral ecologist at the University of Louisville, talks about his article in the June issue of Scientific American called...

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The largest animals to ever walk the Earth were the long-necked, long-tailed dinosaurs known as the sauropods, and the most famous of these giants...

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Modern European languages tend to share their names with the places they're spoken. Swedish: Sweden. German: Germany. And so on. But where'd they come...

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Obesity stems primarily from the overconsumption of food paired with insufficient exercise. But this elementary formula cannot explain how quickly the obesity epidemic has...

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To keep your kids from developing an allergy to peanuts, should you give them nuts at an early age or withhold them? For years...

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People are fascinated by the intelligence of animals. In fact, cave paintings dating back some 40,000 years suggest that we have long harbored keen...

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A newborn brownbanded bamboo shark (Chiloscyllium punctatum) hatched in the lagoon tank at Steinhart Aquarium in San Francisco—almost four years after its mother was...

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BERLIN—Forests at high-altitudes in the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau are at risk of dying off or retreating downslope as a result of climate change,...