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01-27-2023
Mysterious primates lived in the Arctic 52 million years ago
The Eocene Period (cc. 43 to 66 million years ago) was a time of intense global warming, providing an important case study of how ecosystems react to changing climates. By examining fossils from the Ellesmere Island in Canada, a team of researchers led by the University of Kansas has found evidence of a warm, swamp-like environment around 52 million years ago, despite half the year experiencing Arctic harsh winter darkness. Based on fossil fragments of jaws and teeth, the experts identified two new species of primates -...
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01-20-2023
Sounds can change the way we see things
In our daily lives we are exposed to numerous objects...
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01-20-2023
Loneliness among college students linked to unhealthy diets
Feelings of loneliness have dramatically increased among college students in...
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01-20-2023
More than half of Africa’s rhinos have private owners
For those wishing to see an African rhinoceros species in...
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01-20-2023
Squirrels gamble to increase evolutionary fitness
Many people buy lottery tickets regularly in the hope that,...
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01-19-2023
Most people think insects will become a sustainable food source
A survey by the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC) has...
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01-19-2023
Star visibility is deteriorating due to light pollution
Not only is the starry night sky a thing of...
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01-19-2023
Exercise may actually be the fountain of youth
Imagine if we could reverse the effects of aging simply...
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01-19-2023
Nearly two-thirds of coral reef sharks and rays face extinction
According to a recent study published in the journal Nature...
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01-19-2023
Atmospheric dust has been masking greenhouse warming
A new study led by the University of California, Los...
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01-19-2023
Animals in rainforests follow the same daily routines
A team of researchers led by Rice University has recently...
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01-18-2023
Highest points of Greenland are now affected by global warming
The Greenland Ice Sheet is the second largest body of...
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01-18-2023
Preparing U.S. military bases for sea level rise
A new project led by the University of Delaware (UD)...
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