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» Especial BBC: los paramédicos de Gaza que están en primera línea de los horrores de la guerra
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» "Cama de hielo": la conmovedora foto de un oso durmiendo que ganó el concurso de fotografía del Museo de Historia Natural de Londres
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» Did neanderthals use glue? Researchers find evidence that sticks
» Ancient DNA reveals Down syndrome in past human societies
» A lighthouse in the Gobi desert
» Anthropologists' research unveils early stone plaza in the Andes
» Vittrup Man crossed over from forager to farmer before being sacrificed in Denmark
» Some Pre-Roman humans were buried with dogs, horses and other animals
» Did Eurasia's dominant East-West axis 'turn the fortunes of history'?
» Great apes playfully tease each other
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» Scandinavia's first farmers slaughtered the hunter-gatherer population, study finds
» Innovation in stone tool technology involved multiple stages at the time of modern human dispersals
» Thailand's Iron Age Log Coffin culture
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» Neanderthals and humans lived side by side in Northern Europe 45,000 years ago
» How did humans learn to walk? New evolutionary study offers an earful
» New research challenges hunter-gatherer narrative
» DNA from preserved feces reveals ancient Japanese gut environment
» Complex green organisms emerged a billion years ago
» A window into plant evolution: The unusual genetic journey of lycophytes
» Despite intensive scientific analyses, this centaur head remains a mystery
» Woolly mammoth movements tied to earliest Alaska hunting camps
» The first assessment of toxic heavy metal pollution in the Southern Hemisphere over the last 2,000 years
» Ancient cities provide key datasets for urban planning, policy and predictions in the Anthropocene
» Prehistoric person with Turner syndrome identified from ancient DNA
» New research sheds light on an old fossil solving an evolutionary mystery
» Discovery of immense fortifications dating back 4,000 years in north-western Arabia
» Study on lamprey embryos sheds light on the evolutionary origin of vertebrate head
» The extinction of the giant ape: Long-standing mystery solved
» Cult mentality: Monumental discovery in Italy
» Early primates likely lived in pairs
» Western Cascades landscapes in Oregon historically burned more often than previously thought
» First high mountain settlers at the start of the Neolithic already engaged in other livestock activities apart from transhumance
» Rise of archery in Andes Mountains dated to 5,000 years ago -- earlier than previous research
» Researchers, Coast Salish people analyze 160-year-old indigenous dog pelt in the Smithsonian's collection
» AI provides more accurate analysis of prehistoric and modern animals, painting picture of ancient world
» 'A ticking clock': First ground-based survey of damage to Ukrainian cultural sites reveals severity, need for urgency
» Cell types in the eye have ancient evolutionary origins
» Archaeologists unearth one of earliest known frame saddles
» Molecular fossils shed light on ancient life
» Ancient DNA analysis reveals how the rise and fall of the Roman Empire shifted populations in the Balkans
» Baboons in captivity in Ancient Egypt: insights from collection of mummies
» Aging societies more vulnerable to collapse
» 'Bone biographies' reveal lives of medieval England's common people -- and illuminate early benefits system
» Paleolithic humans may have understood the properties of rocks for making stone tools
» A mixed origin made maize successful
» Decoding past climates through dripstones
» Dishing the dirt on human evolution: Why scientific techniques matter in archaeology
» Study of ancient British oral microbiomes reveals shift following Black Death
» Was 'witchcraft' in the Devil's Church in Koli based on acoustic resonance? The crevice cave has a unique soundscape
» Earliest known European common hippopotamus fossil reveals their Middle Pleistocene dispersal
» Neanderthals were the world's first artists, research reveals
» Looking for 'LUCA' and the timing of cellular evolution
» 'Woman the hunter': Studies aim to correct history
» Evolution of taste: Early sharks were able to perceive bitter substances
» No scientific evidence for cognitively advanced behaviors and symbolism by Homo naledi
» New research exposes early humans' ecological versatility
» Head lice evolution mirrors human migration and colonization in the Americas
» Cultural artifacts serve as 'cognitive fossils,' helping uncover the psychology of the past
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