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Beneath the icy surface of a buried Antarctic lake, in super-salty water devoid of light and oxygen that is also cold enough to freeze seawater, researchers have now discovered that a diverse community of bacteria has survived for millennia.

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The bacterial colonies that populate the chimpanzee intestinal tract are mirror images of those found in the human gut, suggest gut bacteria patterns evolved before chimps and humans split and went their evolutionarily separate ways.

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Humans may be gradually losing intelligence, according to a study, that argues that humans lost the evolutionary pressure to be smart once we started living in dense agricultural settlements several thousand years ago.

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