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Archaeologists used a flint tool to butcher two carrion crows, two collared doves and a wood pigeon, all of which Neanderthals ate
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Experts argue that moderate drinking still carries potential health hazards, including increased risk of certain cancers.
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The shark never resumed feeding or other normal behavior after the collision, researchers say
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People with a high level of muscle strength were less likely to develop neurodegenerative conditions, the researchers also found.
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Researchers uncover ‘remarkable new way in which trees provide a vital climate service’ by reducing emissions
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The study was carried out by an international team led by researchers at National Museums Scotland.
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Krusatodon kirtlingtonensis, which lived 166m years ago, ‘a piece of the puzzle’ explaining mammals’ success
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Black soldier flies could help cut planet-warming methane produced when organic waste breaks down, Macquarie University team says
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It remains unclear how chemical information about female fertility might manifest in body odour
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Komodo dragons are the largest living species of monitor lizard, averaging more than 12 stone
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The findings may provide clues about how dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus rex killed and ate their prey.
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Scientists hope that having a better understanding of the process will lead to new ways of treating the disease
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Report says serious research needed into risks and benefits as melting could cause devastating sea level rise
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It was previously thought that only photosynthetic organisms such as plants and algae generate Earth’s oxygen
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A study found hair and clothing can significantly reduce the performance of athletes taking part in long jump and 100 metres.
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A bronze cannon was found on the shipwreck of a warship that was destroyed by a gunpowder explosion in 1665
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Scientists hope that having a better understanding of the process will lead to new ways of treating the disease.
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Ancient village thrived during climate crisis from maritime culture and trade, researchers say
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