Earth Science • Earth.com
11-30-2022
Marmosets practice crying out for help before they're born
A remarkable new study published in the journal eLife reveals that marmosets begin practicing vocalizations to call for their parents before they are even born. The researchers found that baby marmosets practice the mouth movements needed to call out to their family while they are still in the womb.  According to the experts, the findings may also apply to humans, as ultrasounds have shown developing babies making mouth movements that are used for crying during the third trimester of pregnancy. "Human and non-human primates produce rhythmical sounds...
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Ancient stone monuments traced back to one single birthplace
Even though there are thousands of old rock monuments across...
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02-12-2019
Possible second impact crater discovered under Greenland ice sheet
Possible second impact crater discovered under Greenland ice sheet. A...
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02-12-2019
When impulses hit Earth’s magnetic shield, it vibrates like a drum
Researchers at the Queen Mary University of London have confirmed...
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02-12-2019
Are genetics a reliable measure of relationship compatibility?
When it comes to relationships, communication and compatibility are key....
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02-12-2019
Your spinal cord can control complex motor functions
The spinal cord is “smarter” than previously realized, as a...
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02-11-2019
Oldest evidence of mobility on Earth discovered in Gabon
Geologist Abderrazak El Albani and his team from the Institut...
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02-11-2019
Rare musical ability may be linked to differences in brain structure
The findings of a new study from the Society for...
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02-11-2019
Nearly 2,000 unknown bacterial species found in the human gut
A team of scientists from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory...
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02-11-2019
AI study discovers evidence of previously unknown human ancestor
When it comes to the evolution of modern humans, researchers...
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02-11-2019
Half a million breast cancer deaths have been prevented over 30 years
A new study published by the American Cancer Society has...
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02-10-2019
Why humans love harmless scares
Do you love a good, spine-tingling scary movie? Are you...
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02-10-2019
Poppy flowers are bright and splashy – here's why
Poppy flowers grow in splashy, stunning reds, yellows, oranges and...
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