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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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07-17-2022
Pollinators stabilize the production of food crops
According to a new study led by the University of...
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07-17-2022
Wild bats have a long-term memory of sounds
Just like riding a bike, once we learn and retain...
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07-17-2022
Dogs can be prompted to repeat their recent actions
Scientists have long thought that conscious awareness of past personal...
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07-16-2022
How hibernating bears could help humans prevent muscle loss
A team of researchers led by Hiroshima University in Japan...
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07-16-2022
Cats exposed to wildfires are at risk of deadly blood clots
A new study led by the University of California, Davis...
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07-16-2022
Aerosol particles contribute to rapid warming in the Arctic
Although climate change is currently affecting our entire planet, the...
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07-16-2022
Tiny crustaceans have what it takes to survive climate change
A recent study led by the University of Wisconsin –...
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07-15-2022
Men use resourceful strategies to cope with breakups
Breaking up is hard to do, and men are not...
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07-15-2022
Women can live longer and better with a healthy diet
Although women tend to live longer than men, they typically...
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07-15-2022
Martian meteorite holds clues about Earth's origins
It is impossible to know the geological history of the...
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07-15-2022
Rare plants are facing extinction in the Scottish mountains
A new study led by the University of Stirling has...
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07-15-2022
Heat makes pine trees more susceptible to disease
High heat coupled with low water conditions caused by global...
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